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Indoor mobile coverage


Indoor mobile coverage

Today, communication is more and more based on wireless techniques. In Finland, people want to use mobile phones and internet everywhere, even in trains. However, there are some places which cannot be reached by radio frequency signals. In these cases, a so called DAS technique, Distributed Antenna System, comes to help.

Why 4.3-10 connector is better than 7/16?


Building a mobile network with 4.3-10 connector

The mobile network base station and connector manufacturers have together designed a new smaller 4.3-10 connector to replace 7/16 connectors. New device models with this new connector have now arrived to the network installation scene. The new connector has better PIM value and it is suitable for applications which have space, weight or power limitations.

Case Story: Järvenpää’s Social Service and Health Care Center


It was worth to try the solution offered by Orbis

Järvenpää city with 40 000 inhabitants have decided to be a pioneer in the social service and health care reform in Finland: the new Social and Health Center combines at least ten separate units under one roof. The building has been recognized by its customer focused design. It also contains the latest technology in solution for Indoor Coverage. Orbion Consulting managed this solution, both design and construction.

Site Master S332E

Anritsu Site Master Cable & Antenna Analyzer + Spectrum Analyzer S332E

Anritsu SiteMaster s332e

  • Cable and Antenna Analyzer: 2 MHz – 4 GHz
  • Spectrum Analyzer: 9 kHz – 4 GHz
  • Return Loss, Cable Loss, VSWR, Distance-To-Fault, Smith Chart, 1-Port Phase

Site Master S331P

Anritsu Site Master™ Ultraportable Cable & Antenna Analyzer S331P

Anritsu SiteMaster s331p

Smallest, lightest, and fastest Site Master™ is optimized for field use. Device is powered through USB interface (No battery required). Easy to use due to same user interface as the S331L.


In-Building Networks

In accordance with building regulations

Inside the building data is transferred in several channels: fiber optic cables, wireless networks, twisted-pair cables and antenna networks. Local authorities make directives how networks should be built in apartments, offices and public buildings. It defines network materials and documentation. Directive helps to keep up quality, compatibility and availability of services.



In the portfolio of professional antennas there are antennas for WLAN / WiFi broadband wireless access, In-building coverage (DAS), GPS and Glonass, Radio Frequency Identification system (RFID).

One broadband antenna can transmit signals for e.g. GSM, WiFi, WIMAX and TETRA networks. This is very convenient in tight installation space applications such as transportation vehicles.