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Telmar Network Technology  Telmar provides multi-vendor repair, spare parts management, reverse logistics, technical network support, plus Extended Life and certified pre-owned refurbished telecom products to telecom OEMs, network service providers...
 
81-5517   RT 81-5517   RT
Charles Industries, Ltd.  Charles Industries manufactures cabinets, enclosures, pedestals, and remote terminals for fiber, copper, coaxial and wireless backhaul applications.
 
97-CABPMTKIT CUBE pole mount kit
 
Charles CUBE Backhaul Cabinets Charles Universal Broadband Enclosures (CUBE) Charles Universal Broadband Enclosures (CUBE) bring a new level of compactness to full-featured fiber optic...
 
BridgeWave Communications  BridgeWave Communications is the leading supplier of high capacity 4G backhaul and gigabit wireless connectivity solutions.
 
4G Mobile Backhaul Today's mobile backhaul is comprised of copper-based T1/E1 circuits, microwave links and a small portion of fiber. As 4G capabilities are added to today's...
 
60 GHz Gigabit Ethernet BridgeWave 60 GHz wireless Ethernet bridges provide wireless gigabit performance with robust wireless network security features. BridgeWave wireless bridges...
 
Radioframe Networks  A leading supplier of targeted base-transceiver station solutions to the wireless communication industry, RadioFrame Networks pioneered the concept of supplemental coverage and capacity in cellular RF. Today we offer two...
ArrayComm Inc.  We are the world leader in multi-antenna signal processing (MAS). Our A‑MAS™ software is running in more than 300,000 base stations today, in 17 countries, with client device solutions on the way. We improve wireless...
TATA Elxsi  TATA Elxsi, Wireless, WiMAX, LTE, 3G, SON, Femtocells, Macro, Base stations, Picocells, Communications, India, Outsourcing, IP solutions,TI, Freescale, Cavium, Kontron, Mindspeed,Defence, FDD, TDD
WAVION Inc.  WAVION Inc. was founded in the year 2000.The company is headqyaterd in Israel.Wavion Wireless Networks is transforming the unlicensed broadband wireless access market with powerful solutions based on beamforming...
 
WBS-2400 Wavion WBS-2400 base station is an advanced wireless broadband base station, which operates in the 2.4 GHz unlicensed band. With an array of 6 antennas and...
 
WBS-2400 Sector Wavion WBS-2400 Sector base station is a new addition to Wavion’s advanced broadband base station portfolio, which operates in the 2.4 GHz unlicensed band....
 
AirWalk Communications, Inc  AirWalk’s solution is based on a distinctive approach, the controller functionality is decentralized and tightly integrated with a base station transceiver in one compact device. This approach reduces equipment complexity...
 
Base Station Manager The AirWalk Base Station Manager (BSM) is an open standards-based and scalable solution for the operation and administration of AirWalk’s software...
Altai Technologies Limited  Altai Technologies is a privately held high technology company focused in design, development, and marketing of innovative outdoor wireless broadband solution. The flagship product, the A8 WiFi base station, is mainly...
 
A8 Super WiFi Base Station World's leading WiFi outdoor base station optimized for maximum coverage with minimal installation sites
 
A8 Super WiFi Base Station with 4-sector Tube Antenna The A8 base station is equipped with 8 antenna ports, and the 4–sector tube antenna is specially designed for connecting to the A8 for maximum coverage...
 
Powerwave Technologies, Inc  Powerwave Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: PWAV) is a global leader in end-to-end wireless coverage and capacity solutions for wireless communications networks. Offering cutting edge wireless infrastructure to address the...
 
Dual Broadband Cross Polarized Dual Broadband Cross Polarized
 
Integrated Power Transceiver As a compact and integrated ground-based digital radio solution, the IPT helps reduce the complexity and foot print of the base station, while providing...
Fast Radios, Inc.  Fast Radios, a two way radio company serving customers in all 50 United States, has earned the trust of our customers by providing true long-term savings in two way radios for K-12 Schools Business and Industry,...
Science Daily  ScienceDaily is one of the Internet’s most popular science news web sites. Since starting in 1995, the award-winning site has earned the loyalty of students, researchers, healthcare professionals, government agencies,...
Stage Spot  StageSpot is your one stop for all your theatrical lighting, stage lighting and other stage-supply needs. We carry all major brands! Altman, Lycian, High End, ETC, Rosco, Gam, Lee, Procell batteries and Pro-Gaff® plus...
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Base Stations - Product Reviews

90% of a mobile network’s total energy consumption comes from the base station. Consider implementing energy-saving devices to reduce your carbon footprint

The current trend is shifting everything toward a global green consciousness and in the world of computer technology the push for environmental base stations is not only efficient, but cost effective as well. The majority of energy used to run a wireless networks is in the base station, requiring extensive cooling and air conditioning systems, large coaxial cables and extreme drains to keep the system running smoothly. The amount of energy to run this architecture will cost your corporation large amounts of money. Fortunately, wireless networking companies are working toward implementing greener machines to compensate for the energy drain.


Best-in-Class Base Stations feature:

  • Natural cooling system and a high efficient power amplifier, for lowering power consumption up to 35%
  • Intelligent prediction of quiet usage times to power down and enter into “sleep” modes
  • Power amps operate at higher wattages to overcome the cable losses and emit the power needed to cover territory

Top Considerations before Buying Base Stations:
Wireless base stations are beginning to show signs of a green thumb with updates to the hardware to improve cooling systems and require less energy pulled from other sources to run. Consider implementing these new devices to lower costs of your organization where complex Wi-Fi systems are required.

Key Providers:
1.  VistaMAX by Vecima Networks Inc. provides broadband cable and wireless networks enabling multi-play services for the telecommunications market. Targeting QAM-to-analog, QAM-to-QAM, switched digital video, digital simulcast, data-over-cable, advanced analog and broadband wireless applications, the firm provides brand name and OEM products for WiMax deployments and similar technologies.  The architecture of the VistaMAX® system utilizes integrated single box base stations (BS) and subscriber stations (SS) as the network elements. Vecima Networks plans multiple configurations of this same basic platform to suit different frequency allocations globally from 450 MHz to 6 GHz. VistaMAX® products are currently available for 1.9, 3.5, 3.65 and 5 GHz.

2. Provide Global Network Support to your system’s hardware with Telmar Network Technologies. With over 70,000 SKUs repaired in house and tested at the repair facility, providers can trust extensive management and warranty of services for all network assets. Critical technical assistance is offered to clients 24/7 for comprehensive support. This organization provides communications products and services to OEMs, enterprise and network service providers. Telmar delivers supply solutions such as new and certified pre-owned products, asset disposition and consignment as well as customized logistics and warehousing programs. Their Global Network Support program delivers multi-vendor repair solutions, with more than 70,000 SKUs repaired in-house and tested on OEM test equipment, and includes the spare parts management program.

3. The Tsunami series by Proxim Wireless (formerly Proxim Corporation; and previously known as Western Multiplex) offers scalable broadband wireless WAN and LAN networking systems which consist of wireless modems, routers, gateways, and Ethernet bridges and are used to expand private networks in homes and businesses, including high-capacity, license-free PtoP bridges from 11Mbps to Giabit Speed. The company also develops wireless network management software, most notably with Intel for WiMAX base stations and subscriber access points.

4. ExcelMAX™ and AB-MAX™ fixed wireless broadband from Axxcelera Broadband Wireless bridges the last mile, with a point-to-multipoint solution that replaces the local loop for large corporate clients, small businesses, and other organizations. For point-to-point wireless transmission, Axxcelera developed the AB-Full Access II / ExcelFlex system to cross terrain impediments, for customers who want to bypass wired networks or have no wired options. Distances may be, for example, 15, 20, or 30 miles.

Base Station
Definition: Base Station refers to the wireless access point for computers with wireless card technology.


 

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Benchmarking Performance Mapping the road to success
Telmar Network Technology
This paper examines how benchmarking can impact network performance and ultimately revenue production in the Russia & Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) telecommunications market. Since the 1980s, the Russia & Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region has undergone significant growth and change in the telecommunications sector. Most notably, during the last decade, Russia and most of ...
 
80 GHz Technology Comparison
BridgeWave Communications
The cost and performance benefits of 80 GHz links compared to short-haul 18-38 GHz licensed frequency band products. As service providers and private network operators seek cost effective solutions to high capacity connectivity, wireless systems are ideal because of their flexibility, speed of deployment, and lower overall life-cycle costs compared to leased-line services. This paper discusses ...
 
Deployment of Precision Time Protocol for Synchronization of GSM and UMTS Base Stations
Symmetricom
This paper is designed to help network engineers, network planners, and network operations understand how to deploy Precision Time Protocol (PTP, or IEEE 1588). This paper specifically focuses on the synchronization requirements for wireless backhaul applications across native Ethernet-based networks within the UMTS/GSM mobile wireless environment. It discusses the relevance of PTP within this ...
 
How to light up the base station
Transmode
Mobile data traffic is soaring. Examples show mobile opera- tors experiencing huge increases – up to nine-fold in only three months*. The reason? Today’s highly connected users around the globe are hungry for ever greater flows of mobile media. Presently, the number of mobile broadband users has already passed the number of fixed broadband users and is expected to pass 1 billion in just a few ...
 
A Novel Base Station Antenna Monitoring System
Berkeley Varitronics Systems
A Novel Base Station Antenna Monitoring System by Gary Schober CTO and Chair Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc The bat. The only mammal capable of true flight. This furry and mouse lik on echo location to navigate. Until now, it has been difficult to monitor and measure performance of a base station's receive antenna because it requires disruption of service. A new method of monitoring a base ...
 

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Charles CUBE Cabinets Overview Charles Industries, Ltd. An overview of Charles Universal Broadband Enclosures (CUBE), remote environmental enclosures for housing electronics and other equipment at cell sites, ...
 
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