FORCE™ Neutral Host Combiner

Business Case:

• Large Venues that do not have access to large internet pipes or do not want to pay for this type of service
• No cost to stadium authority or venue owner
• MRR business model with carriers paying for equipment, installation, maintenance and upgrades
• Cellular coverage for customers and public safety/first responders meeting NFPA and NFC requirements
• Low PIM Components Used Throughout
• Suitable for Outdoor Applications, IP-66
• Support of all Wireless Bands and Public Safety Bands

Multi-Band / Multi-Carrier Assembly

ClearComm Technologies, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Patriot Technologies introduces The FORCE™, a Neutral Host Combiner for Wireless and Public Safety applications. This combiner allows the low combining of multiple Wireless Carriers. Typical applications would include high traffic environments like stadiums, bridges, tunnels and high rises. The FORCE combiner can be reconfigured in the field to allow additional carriers or frequency bands. Some of the Combiners features include:
• Outdoor Rated Enclosure
• Field Reconfigurable
• Combining Options for all Public Safety and Wireless Bands
• 6×6 Matrix of Input / Output Combining Options

Large Venue Concept

• Single Sector Diagram, 128 sectors in total
• CommScope ION-B DAS
• Gamma Nu Omni Antennas
• ClearComm FORCE™ Combiner and Ancillary Boxes

Multi-Band / Multi-Carrier Combiner

• ClearComm FORCE™ Neutral Host Combiner
• Multiband / Multi-Carrier supports 600 thru 2700 MHz
• 2×2 MIMO Configuration Shown

Multi-Band / Multi-Carrier Assembly

FORCE™ – Neutral Host Combiner

Features:
• Can Support 6 x 6 Matrix of Input / Output Combiners
• Support of all Wireless Bands and Public Safety Bands
• Allows for Field-Replaceable Modules
• Low PIM Components Used Throughout
• Suitable for Outdoor Applications, IP-66
• Input Power Levels to 60W Per Port

What’s New

CCFA-654-1W for LA Metro Project

Hybrid Combiner Assembly

Mercedes Benz Stadium
• 11x 2:1 Combiners / Tray
• 17 Trays per Rack
• Delivered in 2 weeks

Barclays Center Project