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Globe pioneers use next-generation antennas to facilitate 4G acceleration and 5G evolution

Local telco giant Globe claimed that it is the first to use a new series of antennas that efficiently enables the acceleration of 4G and the evolution of 5G technology.
The first to use this tech?

Smaller and easier to install while providing upgrades?

According to the company, the new antenna is a step that seeks to boast the company's 4G and 5G network and ensure energy efficiency.

Globe said that the antennas  adopts enhanced multi-array modules, ultra-high integration architecture, and full-band technology.

It has an ultra resolution beam technology provides high-precision beamforming for higher Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) performance and a 15 percent increase in network capacity. The company explains that MIMO uses multiple transmitters and receivers for simultaneous data transfer.

With this configuration, a simplified deployment in just one antenna with greater efficiency is now possible. Plus, since the antenna is smaller than traditional design, it is easier and faster to install even on cell sites with limited space. This is a first in the industry.

But aside from being just a lighter and smaller antenna, the new tech combine different frequency bands and accommodate different generations of cellular technologies, including 5G.

Globe also noted that the tech also minimizes feed loss and improves energy efficiency by 10 to 15 percent to maximize energy efficiencies and lower electricity utilization through antenna development and power consumption innovation.

4G/5G deployment is accelerating and usage is continuously growing. The antenna is important for a network to have greater capacity, accelerate site deployment, have broader and deeper coverage, and achieve a low carbon footprint, said Joel Agustin, SVP and Head of Network Planning and Engineering at Globe’s Network Technical Group.

Globe is innovating with its vendor partners on the latest technologies available to improve customer experience through efficient 4G/5G network deployment, he added.

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