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3.5GHz B42/43 or B48 CBRS Small Cell  eNodeB (eNB)

Product Details
Mode JTlink5000 3GPP Release10 Category 6
Frequency B42/B43 or B48 Management TR-069
JTLink5000 is a highly integrated CAT6 small cell base station with all-in-one packaging of RF and base-band components. it includes integrated Quad receiver and transmitter to support two channel MIMO and Carrier Aggregation. It is available as an all outdoor solution for LTE-A applications to minimize physical footprint and operator expense.

The unit is designed with integrated high gain sector antenna to achieve maximum performance and compactness and reduce system cost. The unit radio can operate in both B42/43 (3.4-3.8GHz) and CBRS (3.55-3.70GHz) bands simultaneously and supports intra-band and inter-band carrier aggregation with up to 230Mbps throughput.

JTLink5000 comes in a fully integrated, small, elegant, yet rugged package (IP67 compliant). They are designed to be deployed outdoors without the need for a shelter and can be easily mounted on utility poles, walls, rooftops, cell towers – virtually anywhere – without the need for expensive remote radio heads.

The unique form factor of JTLink5000 secures the investment of the operator and minimizes the OPEX and CAPEX, while offering capabilities such as MIMO and advanced Frequency Domain Scheduling. These capabilities enable higher throughput, range, and capacity with more efficient use of the spectrum. JTLink5000 is interoperable with end devices of all form factors, based on all leading chips. It is also interoperable with various core network solutions.

JTLink5000 has a rich interoperable device offering with core networks and third-party end user devices including various indoor and outdoor CPEs.

JTLink5000 small-cell base station operate as part of an open, standards based eco-system that allows our customers to choose best-of-breed components; from standard LTE CPEs to EPC. The unit is designed to support large fixed deployments, offering a simpler and more cost effective solution for operators that are interested in initially rolling-out fixed or nomadic services.