Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) is a global designer and manufacturer of cable, antenna and tower systems, plus active and passive RF conditioning modules, providing total-package solutions for wireless infrastructure.
RFS will present its portfolio of products and Latin American deployments at Futurecom 2015. RFS serves OEMs, distributors, system integrators, operators and installers in the broadcast, wireless communications, land-mobile and microwave market sectors.
RFS will showcase its revolutionary HYBRIFLEX™ hybrid cable, which combines optical fiber and DC power for remote radio heads in a single, highly flexible, corrugated cable. Other cables will also be on display including RG cables. For almost four decades, RFS Brazil has developed, manufactured and offered the market its RG cables through its kmP Special Cables Line, a wide array of coaxial and braided cables. Well known for their quality and reliability, RFS’ RG cables are divided in Audioflex (for industrial and commercial automation, audio and video, professional sound equipment and safety, among many applications) and Radioflex (for applications in mobile telecommunications, microwave, transmission, broadcast and satellite).
Additionally, RFS will discuss its products supporting LTE service from 700 to 2600 MHz frequencies in indoor and outdoor applications.
RFS’ successful network infrastructure deployments for large-scale, global events will be featured as well, including the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Rio de Janeiro’s Maracanã Stadium. The use of HYBRIFLEX™ cables delivered a cost-effective infrastructure solution to the Maracanã and enabled more than 80,000 people throughout the stadium to enjoy instantaneous, uninterrupted cellular service during the events. It utilized wireless network products manufactured at the RFS plant in Brazil, including RF coaxial cables, HYBRIFLEX™ hybrid cable, indoor and outdoor antennas, and accessories. In addition to infrastructure products and solutions, RFS also provided complete turnkey services for the deployment of 4 main stadiums in total.
RFS has also been selected to supply an indoor wireless communications system for a new subway line in Rio de Janeiro. The subway line will connect Barra de Tijuca to Ipanema. More than 30,000 people will use Rio’s new metro line, scheduled to open in the first half of 2016 in time for the Olympic Games. RFS will supply the design, installation and commissioning of a wireless communications system for six new stations, using its RADIAFLEX™ radiating cables to provide an optimized, consistent cellular signal on the trains and along the route they travel. RFS will also provide transmission lines, accessories and indoor antennas. The RFS solution includes deployment of products manufactured in Brazil and Germany.
October 26-29, 2015 – Booth #17, Futurecom 2015 at the TransAmerica Expo in São Paulo, Brazil.
Futurecom is the largest and most qualified telecom and IT event in Latin America. The purpose of Futurecom is to gather market forces and to offer companies and professional participants a stimulating environment for business development and networking. More than 350 companies exhibited at Futurecom 2014 and over 14,000 executives attended. Brazil has the fifth highest number of Internet users of all countries in the world, with annual broadband use growing by 62 percent.