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Demand on cellular networks continues to increase, which in turn drives more innovation in network equipment to support that demand. For a number of years, CommScope has endorsed the capacity benefits of splitting a traditional cell site into six sectors by using twin-beam antennas. For many sites these days, that is not enough capacity. Looking ahead, the challenge for network operators only gets worse. CommScope now offers a 3-beam lens antenna to split cell sites into nine sectors, which could be part of the solution. There are added benefits in using 3-beam antennas thanks to something called tessellation. And the nature of lens antennas themselves offer unique performance benefits compared to traditional Butler-matrix models. Check out this short video to learn more.CLICK TO TWEET: Why should you use a 3-beam lens antenna in your cellular network?