ALLIANCE edgeROU

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Features and Benefits:
  • NEW! FIBER2ANTENNA – The edgeROU joins the ALLIANCE 5G DAS platform as a fiber to the edge active DAS remote.
  • The edgeROU is the smallest, most attractive, highest power, and lowest cost active DAS remote available!
  • The edgeROU is easy to install, like Wi-Fi, using the same labor skills available from the low-voltage installers that already work in your building.
  • Available with or without an integrated antenna, the edgeROU is aesthetically pleasing, and when installed on the ceiling, it has a low profile with only 1.5” exposed.
  • The first edgeROU model provides the 700, 1900, 2100, 2500 bands with 23 dBm power per band.
  • Additional models will be released soon.
  • edgeROU uses the same headend equipment (iBIU) as all other ALLIANCE DAS remotes.
  • The edgeHUB (located in IDF closets) provides a fiber MUX capability to conserve fiber between the headend and edgeROUs.
  • Each edgeHUB provides power for sixteen edgeROUs.

Features and Benefits:

  • 2W of power per frequency band
  • 4 to 7 frequency bands in one remote
  • Add-on Remote (AOR) provides up to 2 additional frequency bands for future-readiness
  • Up to 9 frequency bands on one fiber strand
  • All ALLIANCE remotes use the iBIU headend providing maximum design flexibility
Features and Benefits:
  • 5W of power per frequency band
  • 1 to 7 frequency bands in one remote
  • Add-on Remote (AOR) provides up to 2 additional frequency bands for future-readiness
  • Up to 9 frequency bands on one fiber strand
  • Available with one or two antenna ports
  • All ALLIANCE remotes use the iBIU headend providing maximum design flexibility
Features and Benefits:
  • 20W and 40W options for power per frequency band
  • 1 to 4 frequency bands per cabinet
  • The main cabinet, HROU, is fiber-fed from the headend
  • Expansion cabinet, HARU, has coaxial connections to HROU
  • Up to 8 frequency bands on one fiber strand
  • Available with one, two, or four antenna ports
  • All ALLIANCE remotes use the iBIU headend providing maximum design flexibility
Features and Benefits:
  • 20W and 40W options for power per frequency band
  • 1 to 4 frequency bands per cabinet
  • The main cabinet, HROU, is fiber-fed from the headend
  • Expansion cabinet, HARU, has coaxial connections to HROU
  • Up to 8 frequency bands on one fiber strand
  • Available with one, two, or four antenna ports
  • All ALLIANCE remotes use the iBIU headend providing maximum design flexibility
Features and Benefits:
  • Integrates all headend features in a compact 4RU chassis
  • Fully modular to protect your investment
  • Up to sixteen RF service connections per chassis
  • Secondary chassis option available for additional services
  • Uplink and downlink Automatic Level Control (ALC) for each service
  • AC and DC power supply options
  • RF conditioning Points of Interface (POI)
  • POI’s available in high-power, low-power, and hybrid versions
  • Duplex and simplex connections supported
  • Two optical modules support up to 8 remotes
  • Optical expansion to additional remotes via iODU & iOEU

ALLIANCE DMS DAS Management Systems

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Features and Benefits:
  • Real-time alarm monitoring and control
  • Centralized management of the DAS network
  • Web-based management
  • Configurable SNMP traps
  • Supports private MIB files
  • Alarm control hysteresis, alert level, troubleshooting, masking
  • E-mail notification
  • Historical device trend data
  • Automatic and manual backup and restore
  • Programmable dry contacts

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