Artemis Networks launches world's smallest LTE base station

Friday 6 January 2017 | 11:41 CET | News

Artemis Networks has announced the launch of what it describes as the world’s smallest and highest performance LTE-compatible range of base stations, called the pWave Mini. At just 15mm width, the pWave Mini base stations emit no more power than a home Wi-Fi router and can be daisy-chained into cables that look just like cable TV cables, said Artemis. As a result, they can be hidden on rooftops, along buildings, on streetlights or strung between utility poles or in homes, offices or stadiums.

The company added that the pWave Minis are protocol-agnostic, supporting both today’s LTE, Wi-Fi and NLOS fixed wireless devices as well as future wireless technologies, such as IoT, 3D positioning and wireless power. The base stations are powered by the company’s pCell software defined radio (SDR) technology, which creates a 'personal cell' for each LTE device at the site, allowing users to avoid interference from multiple other users on the antenna.

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