With C-band deployments ramping up, new and existing macro sites represent the fastest path to broader 5G coverage. What happens when a site requires concealment? Will that impact the new C-band signals?
Raycap has the answers, in our new paper Choosing concealment materials for new builds and retrofits of C-Band sites.
Download this technical guide to see recent testing data that show the impact of popular concealment materials on C-band frequencies. You might not yet know these facts:
- FRP fiberglass has an insertion loss greater than 1.5 dB over C-band frequencies between 3.3 and 4.2 GHz
- Molded fiberglass insertion loss measures from 0.45 to 1.5 dB over the same range
- Raycap’s Stealthskin™ ESSV panels exhibit less than 0.25 dB insertion loss
- Raycap’s patented InvisiWave® material is practically invisible to C-band signals, with an insertion loss of no more than 0.1 dB
Get the information you need to evaluate concealment materials on your macro sites. Raycap did the testing for you.