The breakthrough antenna to overcome poor smart phone signal

New innovations welcomes smartphones users who are struggling with their poor reception, slow downloads, and also with poor battery life. Radio Science and Engineering Department researches in Finland’s Aalto University developed antenna design that improves reception, power consumption and data-transfer speed

Recently, smartphones are provided with multiple antennas that work with one or more frequencies and are dedicated to specific smartphone applications, such as mobile reception, GPS, and Bluetooth.

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This new method changes the approach by combining several small antenna elements together as a single aerial antenna that controls digitally to operate at any given frequency.

While at instance we have around seven antennas in a phone, with which we can reduce the amount to maybe two, because we’re can adjust to any frequency we want. For multiple frequencies one compact antenna is used, it clears space for the larger touchscreens, thanks to smaller bezels, without the need for sacrificing the phone’s performance.

Antennas are left with less space in recent phones, although they are needed more as they have to work with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth. Antenna technologies allows for obtaining a broad frequency range or high efficiency, but not for both at the same time.

The frequency range used by smartphones is increasing constantly, the radiation efficiency has fallen and leads to shorter transmission ranges.

With the new digital method to give the antenna greater bandwidth, results in better radiation efficiency and the 100 to 1,000 times faster data transfer speeds set and act as an objective for the next-generation.

This improves battery life, but there are no estimates of how much yet. The antenna definitely works, but it needs an integrated chip attached to it. The best way to execute a radio in this kind of an antenna is through the current radio chips which has been designed for standard antennas.

 

 

THE WILSON PRO 4000R

The Wilson Pro 4000R is called as industry’s first rack mounted cell booster. They incorporate four separate signal amplifiers that can feed four indoor antennas. This professional-grade all-bands multi-carrier signal booster can amplify and improve the  4G LTE data, voice calls, 2G, and 3G.

The Wilson Pro 4000R is a efficient signal booster that is suited for large buildings like offices, hospitals, warehouses, underground car parks, and other large multi-storey spaces. It provides coverage up to 100,000 sq. ft. The FCC-approved units up to 12dB downlink power than other boosters, and allows stronger signal for the weak incoming signal. It has the highest permitted uplink power, and provides greater user capacity and increased range. Meanwhile, the lower overload and shutdown threshold makes the booster perform well in strong signal environments like cities or locations near cell towers.

WILSON PRO-4000R

WILSON PRO-4000R

The Wilson Pro 4000R is considered installation-friendly. They will fit into an existing server rack due to the rack-mounted design, leaving the unit easily accessible. They have coloured LCD screen which gives Integrator’s easy control of the unit with four-way navigation.

In one single rack-mounted unit, the 4000R contains four boosters. They have an intelligent software protections prevent interference and to maximize signal. Like other Wilson Pro boosters, the always monitor signal levels and making instant adjustments as required with Automatic Gain Control and allowing the booster to operate consistently at maximum gain. The 4000R offers better control, as the on-board software independently and automatically controls each antenna path.

Every port is controlled independently, so gain can be adjusted, without disrupting coverage from any other antenna. The Extra Dynamic Range (XDR) feature allows 4000R system to work with an incoming signal up to 10 dB stronger than any competing booster which can tolerate much before overloading and shutting down.