Specialised High Gain Antenna

Enhanced Coverage

The VEGA antenna is a very special coverage enhancement product. It is a unique, Very High Gain Antenna specially designed for cellular radio access networks.

The VEGA does not compete with or replace common sector panel antennas but rather presents RAN network planners and optimizers with a new and unique tool specially designed for difficult cellular radio access networks scenarios.

By using VEGA antennas in the cellular network, the operator can gain a significant savings of needed cellular towers, base stations and repeaters while providing the most efficient coverage with minimum CAPEX.

VEGA antennas concentrate the signal of your base station or repeater (just like a spot light) into a powerful narrowly focused beam that provides good quality and reliable service where customers need it at distances up to 50% greater than common panel antennas.

These specially designed narrow beam directional cellular antennas provide extremely high gain over standard sector antennas, exceptionally narrow beam width with very low side and back lobes and ±45° dual polarization diversity.


Fast in-building coverage

Residential buildings, especially" high rises" where installing indoor DAS is impractical, can be a major headache for Cellular Operators. Users suffering from slow data rates and call drops will sometimes simply "migrate" to a competing operator.

In many commercial or industrial buildings, in-building service is poor or unreliable. The cost of traditional methods of providing indoor service does not always justify the needed investment. In other situations the building owner cannot or will not cooperate with the idea of in-building DAS installation.

Aiming a VEGA very high gain narrow spot beam antenna at such buildings from a nearby base station solves the problem with little CAPEX.

Only VEGA antennas with their very narrow beam in both azimuth and elevation aimed precisely at the building in question can be used for this purpose. Any other type of antenna will cause significant interferences all around the area where the designated building is located.