Baicells Technologies Announces Carrier Aggregation LTE Base Stations

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Two new 3GPP release 12 models support maximize capacity and flexibility in the CBRS band

Baicells Technologies Carrier Aggregation LTE Base Station

In the wireless operator world, it’s all about the four Cs – connection, coverage, capacity, and cost. These new models deliver a hard bullseye on all four of these for our customers.

Baicells Technologies, a provider of disruptive global LTE solutions, has announced at Wireless Internet Service Providers’ Association’s (WISPA) annual “WISPAPALOOZA” show the introduction of two dual carrier & carrier aggregation LTE base stations, the Nova 430 and the Nova 436. Built upon the 3GPP release 12 standard, each permits maximum downlink peak rate of 224 mbps. Supporting both mobile and fixed wireless markets, the target production release is mid-November 2017 for both models.

The Nova 430 and Nova 436 deliver carrier aggregation, even across discontiguous Channels. This is critical for the upcoming CBRS bands, where “PAL” and “GAA” channels allocated by the SAS may not be contiguous. Additionally, each channel can be used to direct coverage to distinct areas, commonly called “split sector,” for maximum footprint and capacity in one package. Each carrier can have as high as 20 MHz of independent channel width for 40 MHz total. Like all Baicells eNBs, the 430 & 436 are light weight, draw low wattage, can be plug and play. Both include advanced capabilities such as RAN sharing, and SON features like Automatic Neighbor-cell Recognition (ANR) PCI confliction detection.

“In the wireless operator world, it’s all about the four Cs – connection, coverage, capacity, and cost,” explained Patrick Leary, President of Baicells Technologies North America, Inc. “These new models deliver a hard bullseye on all four of these for our customers. We’ve also built them with lots of processing horsepower, so we’ve a long-term ability to upload future capabilities. These are going to rock the market.”

The Nova 430 is a 4-port 24 dBm per LTE base station operating in the 3.65 GHz and future CBRS (3.55-3.7 GHz) frequencies. The Nova 436 has 4 ports and yields 36 dBm per port. The units will ship with everything needed to mount and deploy except power cabling and antenna. There are no re-occurring license fees with Baicells and no hidden costs.

A proud member of WISPA, Baicells solutions are available via several select channels listed on our http://www.na.baicells.com website.

About Baicells

Baicells is a privately-held, high tech company with offices in China and USA. It has introduced some real breakthrough technologies to LTE, like moving a complete LTE system to unlicensed spectrum and building it with an IT based architecture. With Baicells’ turnkey end-to-end solutions, it becomes much easier to provide standard-based LTE wireless broadband within everyone's reach at a very low cost.

Chinese Press Contact
Eva Wang
PR Manager
Baicells Technologies Co. Ltd.
(+86) 186 8066 8591

North American Press Contact
Savannah Lancaster
Marketing Communications Manager
Baicells Technologies, North America
savannah.lancaster(at)baicells(dot)com
+1 (972) 623-7329

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