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Comba Telecom to Provide Base Station Multi-band Antennas for Brazil's Largest MNO

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Comba Telecom has announced its role as a key supplier of base station antennas to be deployed in a 4G LTE network of the largest mobile operator in Brazil. 

In the multi-year agreement, Comba Telecom will provide a portfolio of multi-band antennas for the national expansion and enhancement of 4G LTE mobile networks to cover all of the cities in Brazil to meet the growing demand for network coverage and data traffic. In this deal, Comba Telecom will supply more than 30,000 base station antennas, including outdoor directional quad-band antennas and outdoor directional hexa-band antennas over a period of three years.

In February, Comba Telecom signed a supply agreement with Telecom Italia' s mobile operator business unit, Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) to supply RF subsystems equipment.

Headquartered in Hong Kong, Comba is primarily engaged in the R&D and manufacturing of wireless enhancement products including repeaters, base station subsystems & antennas, and digital microwave systems. 

Simon Yeung, Executive Director and SVP, Comba Telecom
Customer focus is at the core of our corporate values and Comba Telecom actively engages our customers in creating solutions that addresses their technical and business needs. In this case, the hexa-band antennas are customized according to the specifications of this operator. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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