Offering highly flexible LTE solutions spanning the LTE band from 700 MHz to 2.5 GHz

February 9, 2009

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COPENHAGEN -- LTE technology will provide a much-needed boost to current mobile broadband speeds, and is expected to reach select markets already by next year. But cash constraints in the wake of the financial crisis make it challenging for OEMs to develop competitive radio network solutions for all LTE frequency bands. This also means that mobile operators with non-mainstream frequency bands in the 1.9 or 2.1 GHz range may find it difficult to procure the right equipment.

Leading radio technology provider Radiocomp now mitigates these challenges by offering highly flexible LTE solutions spanning the LTE band from 700 MHz to 2.5 GHz through innovative broadband RF design and soft configurable radios.

“LTE is more advanced than anything we’ve seen so far because it operates across a much broader variety of frequencies than any other technology. For LTE to grow quickly, the mobile industry is in dire need of innovation, particularly on the radio network side, and especially in today’s financial climate,” says director of marketing and sales for Radiocomp, Mr. Soren Danielsen.

Radiocomp believes that OEM vendors and mobile operators can reduce financial risks by using remote radio heads that are soft configurable and able to run across large swaths of frequencies without hardware change.

“Our remote radio heads are basically super-compact, high-performance LTE base stations that connect to the rest of the network over optical fibers using OBSAI or CPRI. They can be daisy-chained together to provide very high capacity solutions, and are simple to deploy in large numbers for contiguous LTE coverage. They can be reconfigured on the fly for changes in channel bandwidth up to 20 MHz,” says Mr Danielsen.


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