Laird antennas improve Taiwanese airport wireless reception

Taiwan's Taoyuan International Airport will use antennas from British-based tech company Laird to provide 3G and LTE connectivity in all high-density corridors of the terminal.

Laird said that its low passive intermodulation (or PIM) ceiling mount and low PIM mount panel offer robust and reliable signals that are needed for a busy airport. Laird's Senior Vice President of Infrastructure Antenna Solutions Monty Rohde said, "Multi-port functionality means fewer antennas are needed to provide excellent coverage and throughput because of their ability to transmit and receive cellular and data signals at the same time from a single, low-profile design." Release

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