VEGA Antennas Reduce Call Drop and "Hard
Handoffs" in High Rise Buildings, Towers and

VEGA antennas are a low CAPEX easy to implement solution to call drop
and hard handoff issues

When providing cellular coverage to high over ground level targets such as high rise office & residential buildings, bridges and observation towers, cellular RAN planners & optimizers will encounter a situation in which multiple strong signals will cause the mobile handsets to switch from one strong base station signal to another resulting in dropped calls caused by swift "hard handoffs".
VEGA high gain narrow beam low interference antennas enable you to provide a leading signal to relatively taller buildings thus eliminating "call drop" situations that lead to both loss of revenue and excessive use of network resources. Models available for all cellular frequencies including 4G LTE & 5G.
See the real life smart solution using VEGA:
When the renovated Ostankino Observation Tower was opened to the public, visitors suffered dropped calls due to the many strong signals received.
This situation resulted in loss of revenue for the operator.
The easy, low cost solution was built around a single VEGA CC-12 antenna

See how it was done

See more results from operators worldwide


A serious problem of "hard handoff" due to
multiple signals present on a long, high bridge
was solved easily with a VEGA antenna


VIP customers working at and visiting the Canadia Bank tower in Phnom Penn Cambodia had to deal with poor service due to a classic "dropped call" situation coused by the many strong signals in the upper floors causing "hard handoofs". The easy to implement low CAPEX solution was to aim VEGA antennas at two sides of the building from local existing BTS


Excellent coverage was provided by a VEGA Mx CMP12 by illuminating a long bridge and creating a dominant signal


A profusion of strong signals caused multiple call drops in an office tower in Novosibirsk Russia. The problem was solved by aiming VEGA antennas strong "spotlight" shaped low interference beam at the tower