Cobham Wireless (formerly Axell Wireless) is pleased to announce the new D-MBR 3707-3708 PS NFPA. This digital signal booster was designed to provide complete flexibility to the system integrator with a high quality, high power (37 dBm per band) off-air coverage system for larger buildings.
With its 24 DSP windows, you can go as narrow as 12.5 kHz for channelized operation or widen the digital filter to a full 18 MHz for 800MHz (17 MHz for 700MHz) for those markets that have rebanded and interference is less of a concern. It is also “future-proof” in that it supports 700 LTE (D Block and Band 14) so that when the time comes to deploy Public Safety LTE, you just activate a DSP filter.
This instrument was designed to simplify the system integrator’s workload. It is fully NFPA compliant including a fool-proof antenna malfunction detection system to satisfy any Fire Marshall. We designed a new battery back-up system (to be discussed in a subsequent email) that allows 12 to 24 hour battery backup.
Here are some of the key features:
- 758-775 MHz DL (includes LTE D Block)
- 851-869 MHz DL
- 95 dB Gain
- 37 dBm per band
- Up to 12 DSP Variable Filters per band (24 filters total) ranging from 12.5 kHz to 17 MHz.
- NEMA4 Enclosure
- P25 Phase I and II Compliant
- NFPA Compliance
- Oscillation Prevention
- Web based management, remote management via wireless modem
- Optional battery back-up system
We are shipping these products as of late October with a large amount of stock available in November for immediate delivery.
To properly launch this product, we are offering a special discount from now until November 30 and will sell this unit for $2500 less than standard price.
Get in touch – we’d love to tell you more.
Vice-President of Sales – Americas, Cobham Wireless
Matt joined us to lead the Americas sales function in 2010. Matthew has over 16 years of sales and marketing experience in telecommunications, previously Director of Sales for North America for the Test & Optimization Product Line within Tektronix Communications.
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