RF Absorbing Camouflage
MAST Technologies’ RF absorbing camouflage panels are the latest development in outdoor cellular infrastructure signal attenuation. MAST’s RF absorbing camouflage panels are effective at reducing or eliminating undesired cellular radiation from infrastructure antennas. The most common use cases for RF absorbing camouflage is for isolation of antennas from cross-talk, reduction of backlobes and sidelobes, antenna pattern improvement, and reduction of unwanted reflections. MAST uses it’s state of the art high loss RF absorbing materials as the core of the absorbing panels, and combines them with an RF transparent shell to ruggedize the assembly for extreme outdoor environments. RF absorbing camouflage can be optimized for insertion loss or reflection loss.
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Generally RF absorbing camouflage panels are between 0.5 and 2” thick, depending on frequency. The length and width size will be configured for any antenna and mounting configuration which may be present. Typical sizes range from:
Length: 18 – 96”
Width: 6 – 48”