New name for merged CSA Wireless and MAT-Jaybeam
Following the acquisition of CSA Wireless by MAT-Jaybeam in April 2005 and the creation of a major market share leader in the design and production of base station antennas for the wireless industry, MAT-Jaybeam and CSA Wireless today announced the new name for the combined Company - JAYBEAM Wireless.
JAYBEAM Wireless will continue to focus fully on the antenna market, making it one of the largest antenna focused companies in the world. Jaybeam Wireless has a full product line of Base station (mobile wireless), Repeater, Omni, Yagi, Log periodic, PMR, Tetra, Marine, WLAN, In-building and HF antennas via the merged companies.
Jim Hartman, CEO, JAYBEAM Wireless, said “With the new JAYBEAM Wireless name and organisation in place, we look forward to providing our customers with an improved product
offering, customer service and ﬂexibility, that will allow us to meet and exceed the requirements of an increasingly competitive market place. Our mission is to provide technically superior wireless antennas with the industries’ shortest lead times, the best customer service and the most competitive prices for our established, new and future customers. With the combined strengths of our merged companies and ﬁve locations around the world, we are in a substantially stronger position to better serve our customers and compete in this marketplace.”
JAYBEAM Wireless designs and supplies Cellular Base Station antennas for Network Operators world-wide from single to multiband antennas for 800 to 2100MHz, with Remote Electrical Tilt and Manual Adjustable Tilt solutions, together with low visual solutions and Microcell products.
In addition, JAYBEAM Wireless also supplies Tetra and PMR Base Station and Mobile Antennas, SHF and Radio Access Antennas, Marine Antennas and Military products including HF & MF antennas and portable Tactical Masts. JAYBEAM Wireless has operations in Amboise, France, Rochester and Wellingborough, UK and Hickory, NC, USA, serving the European, African, Middle and Far East and the Americas
wireless infrastructure markets.
In addition, the company has an operation located in Sterling, Virginia, USA that provides HF antennas to the military market in the Americas. This location will continue to operate as C & S
Antennas serving the military communications marketplace.
The origins of the Company began in the 1940’s with Jaybeam and CSA Wireless producing broadcast and military antennas. MAT Equipment origins began in the 1970’s with Marine and
PMR antennas. MAT-Jaybeam was formed with the acquisition of MAT-Equipment in 1987 and Jaybeam Ltd. in 1991. In the 1980’s all of the companies moved into the wireless mobility
antenna market, using the heritage of demanding military applications to develop a reputation for excellent ﬁeld reliability.