HUBER+SUHNER joins the 450 MHz Alliance

October 07, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
HUBER+SUHNER joins the 450 MHz Alliance
Strengthening its commitment to developing products for mission-critical applications, HUBER+SUHNER has joined the 450 MHz Alliance.

Dedicated LTE is the future of mission-critical broadband communication and, with its wide area coverage, 450 MHz technology is set to play a central part. LTE and 450 MHz technology offer significant benefits over current networks. As part of the 450 MHz Alliance, HUBER+SUHNER is dedicated to endorsing this crucial ecosystem and ensuring resilient and secure high-performance communication networks worldwide, particularly in professional and secure markets.

“HUBER+SUHNER realised long ago the impact that poor connectivity can have on mission-critical communications. Since then, we have used our expert knowledge across the three markets of Communications, Industry and Transport to develop connectivity solutions specifically for critical communication in the defence, energy, industrial, transport, and wireless sectors,” said Oliver Schmidt, Managing Director DACH at HUBER+SUHNER.

“In order to continue moving forward with 450 MHz technology, collaboration and knowledge is vital,” said Igor Virker, Managing Director at the 450 MHz Alliance.

Drawing on its expertise following the completion of its acquisition of Kathrein Special Communications in 2019, HUBER+SUHNER has become a key player in the mission-critical industry. Providing a host of systems and products — such as antennas, wavelength division multiplexing products and systems, optical switches, and RF components such as GPS and Power-over-Fiber systems — it has introduced 450 MHz technology into areas that were not previously possible. Such newly developed systems in this field have made mission-critical broadband networks even more attractive to those operating in the industry, government, blue light and rail sectors.

As 5G deployment becomes more prevalent, the 450 MHz spectrum will increasingly lend itself to advancing mission-critical communication networks – making commitment and collaboration into developing this technology now, essential for these vital networks of the future.

www.hubersuhner.com

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