In 1993 and with the first GSM license in Spain, Moyano Telsa begins its activity designing and manufacturing antennas for mobile telephony. The first base station in Spain was made in Beatriz de Bobadilla with two Moyano collinear antennas transferred in the 400 MHz band.
Pioneer developing 3-sectors, consisting of arrangements of up to 6 sectoral antennas integrated under the same radome, the company currently has agreements with several manufacturers to incorporate antennas in their own 3-sectors.
Moyano Telsa also has a wide rage of antennas for special applications: tunnels, indoor covers, vehicle antennas, fixed point-to-point or point-to-multipoint links (MMDS), omnidirectional antennas (indoor and colinear), Yagi-Uda antennas (with helical and linear radomes) and microcell panels (dual and triband), parabolas, etc.
Cylindrical antenna cluster with the possibility to arrange, two or three sectors into the same enclosure. The antennas range include cellular base stations, Moyano Telsa has antennas for communications in fixed point-to-point to point-to-multi-device links, comprehensive camouflage solutions (mast + three-section antenna), sectorial panels (individual and three-sector) omnidirectional (indoor and collinear), yagis (helix and linear radios). Fixed and variable azimuth.
All the bands including: AMPS, DAMPS, AMPS, DAMPS, GSM900, GSM1800, PCS and UMTS, Monobands, Dual and Three-bands, Monosector, Bisector and Three-sector.
Moyano Telsa has antennas for special purposes (tunnels, motorways, indoor coverage, antennas on vehicles, etc.), communications systems for trains, communication systems for ground-to-air communications and communications in closed group trunking and TETRA, omnidirectional panels (indoor and collinear).
The company offers radio solutions to extend coverage to areas where there is poor reception. It furnishes safe and economical alternatives to give two-way radio signals inside buildings, tunnels or outlying rural areas. It has a wide range of selective rebroadcasting or channeled relay solutions for: PMR, TETRA, Broadcast FM and UHF, GSM, CDMA and Third Generation UMTS Operators.
The transmitter is a two-port device for connection to antenna or radiant cable. The company uses class-A low noise amplifiers to achieve high performance for any purpose. Output powers vary (1, 5, 20, 25 and 40W) at the output terminal. A selective booster station in band includes two selective amplifiers in frequency, one operating base to mobile (down-link) and the other operating mobile to case (up-link). Each path includes one or more low-noise amplifiers.