Telrad, URSYS complete 5 GHz LTE trial
URSYS and Telrad Networks have successfully completed joint testing of 5 GHz technology with a major engineering firm in Newcastle, NSW.
According to the companies, the results show that URSYS can bring LTE network functionality to rural areas and outlying regions using Telrad’s 5 GHz LTE solution in the unlicensed spectrum.
“The testing we have conducted with Telrad’s 5 GHz LTE-U solution demonstrated that platform was able to perform extremely well under the toughest NLOS conditions,” said URSYS General Manager Roy Ivimey.
“The platform’s support for Layer 2 and Layer 3 services showed the flexibility and high versatility of the product deployment options.”
The Telrad LTE-U product suite includes a base station, high-gain CPE antenna, network management and scalable evolved packet core platform.
The system is designed to provide a fully standards-based LTE network.
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