We are proud to showcase a selection of case studies related to recent applications and projects involving our antennas. In each case a Panorama Antennas product helped our customer to solve a particular challenge. If you have an interesting project using our products that you would like us to showcase then please contact us.
Once again Panorama can proudly say that because of our antennas’ performance, ease of install, speedy delivery turnaround time and our impeccable Customer Service, that the GPSB Sharkee® is the official antenna for the State of Kansas.
The Panorama Antennas LPMMB-7-27-24-58 offers a clear advantage to Vemotion, presenting a ruggedized alternative to multiple antennas whilst being MiMo capable product that offers reliable performance straight out of the box.
With this degree of versatility, the WMM8G is able to offer EE’s installation team numerous options with regards to install location, while also being guaranteed to give great performance straight from the box.
Panorama’s LGMTM-7-27-24-58 Great White had just been released and was the perfect solution for the first radio and the GPS portion of the FIRSTNET approved router.
The Panorama Antennas ACUB whip could offer high gain while being able to stand up to the challenging South American forest, no easy task!
Together with the French system integrator, Selecom, Panorama supplied 58pcs of the CMWB2-038-6-NJ antenna which have been installed into a new hospital built in Lagny-sur-Marne in East Paris.
3 have tested and approved the Panorama W21-CP-9 as the external base station antenna and as such we are proud to have been selected as the preferred supplier.
Panorama Antennas is proud to be an endorsed antenna supplier to Tait Communications.
Video Ezy approached Panorama requiring a small robust magnetic base antenna for a vending machine solution that could cover all the local cellular frequencies.
The Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness of New Orleans (NOHSEP) and New Orleans EMS created a cross-collaborative First Responder Vehicle of the Future. With the challenge to engineer a cross-collaborative First Responder Vehicle of the future, they came to Panorama Antennas with a need to reduce the antenna space needed both inside and outside of the vehicle.