Maritime customers often ask what frequencies and network identities they can use for their on-vessel networks. Frequencies and network identities are completely separate questions, but both are determined by where you are.
This article tells how the Legba SatSite is an exceptional choice for a low-cost, single-box DCSA IoT data gateway on a vessel.
This article describes the “local breakout” function in YateBTS/OpenBTS GPRS cells, where user IP traffic originates directly from the cell site instead of from a centralized GGSN in the core network.
The FAQ for private network customers.
The purpose of this article is to provide some background for network managers about the kinds of hardware diagnostics that are available from typical radio basestations (GSM BTS, UMTS NodeB, LTE eNodeB, 5G-NR gNodeB, etc.).
The global private network market is estimated at around US$3.5B already. Where are these networks and what are they used for? And why do customers install them?
Growing opportunities for spectrum access are making private cellular networks a reality in many parts of the world. The fastest regulatory developments are in the US, with Europe close behind.
This article describes the operation of the MTC Physical Downlink Control Channel (MPDCCH) for sending downlink assignments and uplink grants to the client device.
We do not just supply the radio network, but all of the planning, testing, and management the make the radio network useful.
A race to standardize the RAN architecture has left us with a confusing collection of terminology. We will try to put some order to it.