Abside Networks introduces private LTE user device powered by Sequans' Cassiopeia LTE-A platform

Friday 6 December 2019 | 12:11 CET | News
Sequans Communications announced that Abside Networks, a specialist in private network LTE products, introduced its second end user device based on Sequans' Cassiopeia LTE-Advanced technology. The Ravelin Gen3 uE is a Class 1 FR1 uE designed to operate in specialised, non-3GPP frequency LTE networks and Sequans modified its Cassiopeia technology to allow operation on non-standard frequencies.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Sequans
Countries: World
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