Radio Access Network
Wireless operators are demanding greater packet data throughput to service data hungry subscribers on their mobile devices and applications. Tecore’s CoreCell product line of Software Defined Radio (SDR) base stations addresses these requirements by providing scalable bandwidth options, enhanced modulation techniques, and MIMO, allowing for more energy per bit and more bits per hertz. These enhanced techniques translate into better quality of services, higher bit rates for packet data-intensive applications, and an evolution path for existing 2G and 3G networks as well as Greenfield 4G LTE and 5G network deployments.
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Tecore's Radio Access Network
The full line of CoreCell Radio Heads is built to support scalability in power and capability that meets the deployment requirements of today’s networks. Available in high powered 40W 4×4 MIMO configuration as well as 250mW systems designed for in-building and localized coverage applications, the CoreCell-RH family of Radio Heads supports the right configuration for the site.
Tecore Networks CoreCell-M delivers the flexibility to leverage a common hardware package across all generations of wireless with the added benefit of integrated multi-radio access technology (Multi-RAT) support. The unique design and operation of the CoreCell-M supports the delivery of the multiple generations of wireless within the same band.
With an impressive footprint, the CoreCell-M is capable of delivering high-speed network access to provide vital information and extensive support. By maximizing performance, Tecore has minimized tower loads and deployment time to meet strict operational requirements.
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The CoreCell-M Multi-Radio Access Technology (MRAT) supports the delivery of the multiple generations of wireless within the same band.
Tecore offers rural, government and specialized network operators a powerful UMTS NodeB with dramatically reduced footprint and all-IP connectivity, allowing them to extend the edges of their networks.