As the rollout of 5G networks continues, the need for legacy cellular standards remains strong. When installing new LTE or 5G base stations that include RF cable feeds to the antenna installation, field technicians need to be certain that the overall system is performing to specification. In this paper, you’ll learn about these important measurements that typically fall into four categories: Base station power and modulation quality, RF cable and antenna measurements, Cell site coverage, and EMF.
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