ip.access updates ‘complete platform’ for small cell applications

Ben Ash of ip.access

ip.access, the independent small cell solution provider, has launched an upgrade to its S60z access point (AP) module  – bringing together GSM, 3G, FDD LTE and TDD LTE capabilities in one streamlined platform for the first time. The updated platform will allow integrators to build even more agile APs and receivers at even lower cost.

The S60z AP module is a compact small cell access point platform which allows integrators to quickly build a full small cell system that can switch between frequency bands within seconds. The S60z AP is targeted at specialist integration applications including security and surveillance, private networks and research and development.

The S60z is frequency agile from 625MHz up to 3.8GHz, supporting all standard 3GPP bands. The S60z comes with fully managed flexible cellular software stacks and presents 3GPP compliant S1 and IuH interfaces.

Ben Ash, sales manager, Special Applications at ip.access, commented: “Since we launched the S60z platform last year we have had incredibly positive feedback from integrators regarding the performance of the platform. With the expanded capabilities to cover the full spectrum from GSM to LTE, we can now offer a truly complete product to our customers. As a result, I fully expect to see even more deployments and innovation from our customers across a range of applications.”

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