16 April 2020
When NHS Nightingale Hospital’s temporary 4,000 bed facilities in ExCel Centre London were set-up to fight COVID-19, Adey Electronics chose a Mobile Mark antenna to "ensure reliable and easy-to-install wireless connectivity" so that essential medical data compiled by Vision’s Mobile CT Scanner Unit could be sent seamlessly to medical personnel.
The company said it was able to offer a bespoke version of the LTM-302 antenna design to meet the technical and aesthetic needs of the end user and very importantly, within tight project deadlines.” Mobile Mark’s LTM302 multiband antenna employs MIMO (multiple-input-multiple-output) technology using two 4G LTE Cellular antenna elements for faster and more reliable data through-put.
"Mobile Mark LTM-302 antennas were selected for this critical project quite simply because they offer great solutions for applications that present very specific technical challenges," said Lewis Harvey from Adey Electronics.
The high-performance cellular elements cover 4G & 5G Cellular spectrum from 694-3700 MHz. The LTM302 also contains a GPS antenna that can be used to track the scanner’s location for efficient management of equipment inventory. The two cellular elements and the GPS element are housed within a single compact radome for easy installation.
Linda Clark, managing director of Mobile Mark Europe, explained the pride her team feels a being able to help: “Communication within that building was made possible by the Mobile Mark antennas. We are proud to be doing our bit towards the continuing fight against this awful virus.”