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First off let me say that this site is fantastic. I'm an engineer new to telecommunications and I have learned a ton from the forums and blogs here.

 

I'm designing a structure to support RRU's and found this picture in another thread:

 

Does anyone know who makes the standoff brackets that support these Ericsson RRU's? One of them is circled. I've searched the net for a few hours with no luck.

 

Any info would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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First off let me say that this site is fantastic. I'm an engineer new to telecommunications and I have learned a ton from the forums and blogs here.

 

I'm designing a structure to support RRU's and found this picture in another thread:

 

Does anyone know who makes the standoff brackets that support these Ericsson RRU's? One of them is circled. I've searched the net for a few hours with no luck.

 

Any info would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

 

I went to a local site that has ground mount RRU's right against the fence to see if I can see any markings on the brackets that may give away info about the manufacturer or model number. But I did not see any markings. I'm sorry.

 

Maybe someone else has info for you.

 

Robert via LG Optimus G using Tapatalk

 

 

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