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Cisco ASR 5000 Series

Designed for the evolution from 3G to 4G, the platform uses a simple, flexible distributed architecture that supports multiple access technologies, subscriber mobility management, and call-control capabilities, as well as inline services. With its leading-edge throughput, signaling, and capacity, the Cisco ASR 5000 Series can readily support all Evolved Packet Core network functions.



Supports the latest 4G LTE connection. Supports WAN failover for an uninterrupted internet connection. Connect your 4G LTE adaptor to the router’s USB port to share your high-speed mobile Internet. Ensures a secure Wi-Fi network


LTE RAN (Radio Access Network) 

The LTE RAN (Radio Access Network)  currently supports download speeds up to 600 Mbps in commercial networks, with the anticipation that 1 Gbps will soon be supported by operators. Ericsson offers an advanced mixed mode (2G/3G/LTE) solution that offers an efficient means for operators to migrate their networks to LTE. The solution enables operators to more efficiently support existing 2G and 3G traffic with current resources, thereby clearing spectrum to provide high speed LTE data services. Ericsson LTE solution in combination with IP RAN, Evolved Packet Core and mobile backhaul provides the capacity and flexibility to cope with network evolution challenges.


LTE Solutions

Fujitsu is a leader in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplex (OFDM) and Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technologies that are fundamental for LTE systems. The vendor provides network operators with end-to-end LTE solutions for network infrastructure and mobile terminals in a variety of applications and services.

In the mobile field, Fujitsu offers everything from mobile terminals, radio access networks, and core networks, to engineering and applications, with an extensive range of leading-edge technologies to drive LTE services. They are available for a number of product variants. Fujitsu is fully qualified to supply everything needed to build an LTE network, including User Equipment , Evolved Node B and Evolved Packet Core.


LTE Network Integration Solution

Huawei provides end to end (E2E) solutions. It precisely locates hot spots by using the GSM/UMTS MR-based site selection and LTE capacity prediction process and ensures network stability by using automatic neighbor relation (ANR). With Active Antenna System (AAS) planning and multi-RAT and multi-frequency band co-antenna optimization, optimal network quality is ensured. Site and Transmission Solutions are provided as required based on E2E network evolution consultancy, plan and design, integration design, multi-vendor integration tests, and multi-vendor project management. System stability is ensured by the IPSec solution and security measures on radio, transmission, equipment, and maintenance layers. IP address-based networking is supported in all scenarios and the VRRP/IPSec ensures networking reliability and security.  The VoLTE is implemented in different modes, including proxy CSFB, enhanced CSFB, and SRVCC, which ensures quick commercial use of voice services and the efficient use of existing devices to protect customer investment. To optimize network structure, improve network efficiency, and reduce costs, Huawei provides EPC Integration Services that integrate GSM/UMTS/LTE base stations, ensuring smooth evolution with efficient usage of existing devices. Stable and reliable LTE networks are established by using the S1-Flex that connects one eNodeB to multiple MMEs.

TD-LTE System

First end-to-end TD-LTE system operating over the 3.3 GHz to 3.4 GHz frequency band. The demonstration system was developed with the integration of the Huawei’s newly modified commercial 3.5 GHz TD-LTE products, which currently are widely deployed worldwide


Works with one or more base stations to implement a dedicated enterprise LTE mobile broadband access network


Nokia 9774 LTE Multimedia Gateway

An end-to-end implementation of eMBMS over an LTE network. It is a standalone implementation of the BM-SC and MBMS-GW nodes defined in the 3GPP architecture for eMBMS. Includes an optional broadcast provisioning system that helps simplify service definition and monitoring processes

LTE-Advanced and LTE-Advanced Pro

TD-LTE-Advanced Pro 3D Beamforming has Nokia’s Intelligent Beamforming capability that maximizes signal levels while also minimizing inter-cell interference by combining vertical and horizontal beamforming. It promises 4-fold uplink and 3-fold downlink throughput gains, measured in outdoor field environments using a commercial base station and devices


The Inter-Site Carrier Aggregation combines TDD and FDD carriers from different base stations located at different sites. This can provide high throughput at the cell edge using existing Release 10 devices


Nokia Intelligent Beamforming now includes 8x4 (8 transmit and 4 receive antennas) capability for TD-LTE that doubles cell edge rates and delivers 50% more average sector throughput. It also implements DL-CoMP (Coordinated MultiPoint) for a 50% increase in cell edge spectral efficiency. The Intelligent Beamforming capabilities are particularly useful with high bands for greater coverage and capacity


Uplink Carrier Aggregation and 64QAM modulation are introduced via software and combined to increase peak data rates in FDD-LTE cells by up to 150 Mbps, three times the maximum uplink speed of typical LTE networks today. This rebalances users’ uplink and downlink experiences, following multiple downlink speed increases in LTE-Advanced in recent years

TD-LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation

Delivers 330 Mbps peak downlink throughput using up to 60 MHz of spectrum for a better network performance. 8-pipe radio provides additional capacity on top of existing LTE networks and provide higher revenues and margins by migrating WiMAX networks to a TD-LTE-Advanced network that offers 4-fold improvement in speed while reducing the latency by half

TD-LTE Solution

It begins with the high capacity Flexi Multiradio 10 Base Station built with broad range of radio options such as its newest TD-LTE-Advanced 8-pipe radio including a special version that delivers single unit for two bands with multiple carriers and sectors for each band in compact zero foot print. It also includes high capacity baseband, Flexi Multiradio system module. The Flexi Multiradio system module is unique with its integrated transport module, GPS, built in security, and TD-LTE-Advanced Pro capability

Nokia TD-LTE solution includes a number of unique features that dramatically expand capacity and coverage – for example, the Smart Scheduler capability enables top network quality and up to 40% lower TCO by enabling more simultaneous subscribers in a given site. In addition, its Intelligent Beamforming software is delivering more than 100% improvement in downlink cell throughput and 35% improvement in uplink throughput – resulting in fantastic user experiences with fewer sites deployed


Tower Mounted Amplifier- Diplexers, Triplexers

Signal distribution



ZXSDR B8300. High-capacity multimode Base Band Unit (BBU) based on the Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform, which supports multiple systems including TD-SCDMA, GSM, LTE and etc


ZXSDR B8200. A large-capacity compact Base Band Unit (BBU) with separate baseband and RF based on the mature and stable Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform


ZXSDR R8964. A dual-carrier 4-path RRU with the highest efficiency, highest power and largest capacity in the industry


ZXSDR R8962. A new compact dual-path TD-LTE Radio Remote Unit (RRU), which supports 2.3GHz (Band E) or 2.6GHz (Band D) band


ZXTR R8928D. An 8-path TD-LTE RRU with high efficiency, high power and large capacity that supports 2.6GHz band


Compact Micro eNodeB ZXSDR BS8912; 4T4R Remote Radio ZXSDR R8884; 2T4R Multimode RRU ZXSDR R8882; Large Capacity Multimode BBU ZXSDR B8200; LTE Small Cell Products

Evolved Packet Core

Combined with LTE, EPC provides anytime anywhere broadband access and various applications, to fulfill users’ different requirements.


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