New IOSE Series From Wireless Supply Antenna Hits Market With Extended Frequency Range

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This unique ultra-thin ceiling mount omni-directional antenna offers a wide frequency range available in a single unit - 600 to 3800 MHz. The IOSE is a low PIM (-153dBc) omnidirectional antenna and is available with a plenum 4.3/10 female connection or a plenum N female connection.

5G, 4G, LTE, wireless infrastructure, DAS, small cell

The IOSE antenna provides superior coverage in low signal areas.

The IOSE antenna offers a wide frequency range available in a single unit - 600 to 3800 MHz.

Wireless Supply has been raising industry standards for years, so it should come as no surprise their newest in-building antenna boasts unmatched frequency coverage. The unique ultra-thin ceiling mount omni-directional IOSE antenna offers a wide frequency range available in a single unit - 600 to 3800 MHz. The IOSE is a low PIM (-153dBc) omnidirectional antenna and is available with a plenum 4.3/10 female connection or a plenum N female connection.

The TrueConnect™ IOSE reduces parts inventory and simplifies in-building installations. It provides superior coverage in low signal areas when installing 600MHz, 700 MHz, Cellular, PCS, AWS, 2.5, CBRS DAS in-building systems. At 8.38” (213 mm) in diameter, IOSE is very low-profile, with a maximum thickness of only 0.73” (18.5 mm) in the center.

For more information or to place an order, contact Wireless Supply, 877-517-8775, or your local Wireless Supply distributor.

About Wireless Supply

Wireless Supply, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, is a major manufacturer of components for iDAS, oDAS and small cell systems. The company specializes in passive components as well as RF and fiber cable to support the growing demands of wireless operators, system integrators, VARs and distribution partners. Wireless Supply operates warehouses in Nebraska and North Carolina. A nationwide network of sales representatives and distributors provide product distribution throughout the United States.

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