ip.access Launches New LTE TDD Small Cell Integrator Module for OEMs and SIs

ip.access Launches New LTE TDD Small Cell Integrator Module for OEMs and SIs Image Credit: ip.access

ip.access, a leading carrier grade small cell vendor announced the launch of a new LTE TDD small cell module for integration by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

It supports the creation of Class A and Class B OnGo finished CBSDs, with applications in private networks, including enterprise, security, defense and industrial IoT, neutral host and fixed access. The E61M is based on ip.access’ 20 year history in delivering carrier grade radio access solutions direct to service providers of all sizes, using the same software and system solutions as its other global product lines.

The E61M is a CBRS/OnGo compliant integrator module which offers OEMs and system integrators (SIs) an alternative way to deliver cellular networks and solutions to their own deployment specification in CBRS spectrum.

Nick Johnson, CTO, ip.access
The E61M does the hard part, by implementing the protocols and radio for the solution in a class leading package.  Our OEM and SI partners can tune the finished product for their markets and applications, whether it’s a simple packaging job to cover an outdoor parking structure, or boosted to maximum Class B power for rural fixed access.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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