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RF base station
RF base stationA device that receives and transmits radio frequencies (RF). For example, a cell tower is an RF base station. An RF remote control base station is a conversion device that receives RF and transmits IR (see RF remote control).
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Cheytec will license the RF base station
and radio equipment necessary to bring cellular wireless signals into DAS sites for in-building applications, such as an airport, hospital, university, hotel, corporate campus or high-rise office building.
"Base Station Optimization" refers to the maximization of service areas covered by individual RF base stations
and the communication quality (network access, system handovers, etc.) in those areas.
Housed in a portable, lightweight package, these units are suitable for use in the maintenance of RF base stations
and microwave radios.