Fiber to the Antenna
Fiber-to-the-Antenna (FTTA) is an innovative, flexible and future-oriented way to install networks. It is a broadband network architecture designed to connect a building’s baseband unit (BBU) to the remote radio unit (RRU) at the top of the tower by using optical fibers to replace all or part of the coaxial network.
FTTA technology can greatly reduce the loss of signal power. The maximum transmission distance is up to 20km, which helps realise centralised placement of base stations in lower-cost telecommunication rooms as well as more flexible and modularised network planning.
We provide excellent FTTA solutions to reduce installation time and save the cost of installation and maintenance.