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CBRS Starter Kit Featuring TELiG E1500 with WiFi and eNb Airspeed 1030: Only $11K!*
Combine the TELiG E1500 powerful computing platform utilizing the latest LTE technology, with the carrier-class LTE Advanced small cell eNodeB AirSpeed 1030 for out-of-the-box full functionality in minutes.
ONLY $11K* for CBRS Starter Kit
CBRS Starter Kit Includes:
- AirSpeed 1030, 3.550 – 3.700 GHz (B48, B42H, B43L), Integrated Antenna, DC
- 4 x TELiG E1500 Industrial LTE Router including WiFi and SIM
- Lab Accessories Kit
- Integrated WiFi, GPS, and 2×2 MIMO LTE Low Profile Field Antenna
- Telephone Setup support
- SAS connectivity is included for a limited period of time
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CBRS Frequently Asked Questions
Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is a 150 MHz wide broadcast band of the 3.5 GHz band (3550 MHz to 3700 MHz) in the United States. In 2017, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) completed a process that began in 2012 to establish rules for commercial use of this band, while reserving parts of the band for the US Federal Government to limit interference with US Navy radar systems and aircraft communications.
On January 27, 2020, the FCC authorized full use of the CBRS band for wireless service provider commercialization without the restrictions to prevent interference with military use of the spectrum. Under the new rules, wireless carriers using CBRS might be able to deploy 5G mobile networks without having to acquire spectrum licenses.
The Spectrum Access System (SAS) is a frequency coordination system that manages the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum providing a much-needed mid-band spectrum for a variety of users. SAS manages spectrum sharing on a dynamic, as-needed basis across three tiers. Currently, five SAS providers are approved for commercial operation: Google, Commscope, Amdocs, Sony, and Federated Wireless.
The United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has designated 150 MHz of spectrum in the 3550 MHz to 3700 MHz range (3.5 GHz to 3.7 GHz) for sharing among three tiers of users: incumbent users, priority access license (PAL) users, and general authorized access (GAA) users. Oversight of usage is provided by WInnForum (Wireless Innovation Forum), an Industry-led group defining requirements and use of protocols.
Tier 1 Incumbent is for users who are already accessing the band such as the Department of Defense personnel and US Naval Radar. Incumbents get permanent priority and site-specific protection from the Spectrum Access System (SAS) and the Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC) sensor entity in charge of detecting RF activity in the CBRS band. Coastal areas vary in availability and “Exclusion Zones” exist around fixed incumbent locations where non-incumbent users cannot operate.
Tier 2 Priority Access License (PAL) is allowed for use if no Tier 1 user is active in the same area. It is reserved for organizations to purchase for three years in a limited geographic section. Only the lower 100 MHz of the band is for sale and only 10 MHz can be used per license. PAL cost is proportional to the population density in that location.
Tier 3 GAA is allowed to use the entire band (150 MHz) if no Tier 1 or Tier 2 user is active in the same area. Tier 3 has no interference protection and although they have been granted license-free operation, they still must comply with SAS controlled operation. Unlike PAL which is limited to a maximum 70 MHz (per geographic area), GAA may use at least the remaining 80 MHz if no other PALs or incumbents are using access.
A Citizens Broadband Radio Device (CBSD) is an appliance that radiates in CBRS band, under the control of the SAS. Some examples are Base Stations or Access Points. The Device will only receive permission (grant) if they won’t be causing harmful interference. Authorization can also transmit at a lower power. End-User Devices (EUDs) are NOT considered CBSDs because they adhere to stricter power limitations (max EIRP 23dBm). Category A CBSD is allowed for indoor operation and for outdoor operation must operate at less than 6m HAAT. Category B CBSD is not allowed for indoor operation and has no height limit for outdoor operation. Certified Professional Installer is required for Category B.
All category B CBSD devices require a CPI, some category A CBSD devices require a CPI. Certified professional installers are 100% responsible for accurately relaying the installation parameters of CBSDs to the SAS. The CPI undergoes a rigorous, complete training and certification process through an accredited training program. They must maintain re-certification if there is a change of rules in 47CFR Part 96 pertaining to the professional installation of CBSDs. CPI certification is effective for five years unless there is a change in rules or disciplinary action is required. If the CPI has willfully entered incorrect information to the SAS, or repeatedly entered erroneous information, an investigation by the training program administered would occur.
A CBSD decides upon the frequency range on which it would like to operate, then sends a grant request to the SAS to reserve a portion of the spectrum. If approved, the SAS includes the grant ID in its response and gives the CBSD a small reserved portion of the available spectrum. The reservation has been made but the CBSD is not yet authorized to transmit using the grant. CBSDs periodically send heartbeat requests for each of their approved grants in order to receive authorization to transmit. If the SAS approves the heartbeat request in its heartbeat response, the CBSD is authorized to transmit with those parameters until the heartbeat time expires, typically 240 seconds after the heartbeat.
TELiG E1500 Specifications
|COMMUNICATIONS FEATURES||LTE in all 3GPP Bands (FDD & TDD), up to Cat 12 DL, Cat 13 UL|
|MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS||Dimensions: 4.6”Wx1.9”Hx4.5”D; Weight: >1 lb|
|ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS||9-60 VDC
Power consumption (typical) 2 - 4 watts
Power Consumption (sleep mode) 400mWatts
Power Consumption (peak) 12 watts
|ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS||Temperature range: –40° to 70°C with type test up to 85°C (185°F) for 16 hours
Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
Ambient Temperature of -30C to +62C
|SECURITY FEATURES||External Tamper Switch with message alerts
IEEE 802.1x-based authentication
Certificate-based identity [Radius and AAA support]
Encryption : 3DES, AES 128/192/256, SHA 256/384/512 HMAC
Network Layer Encryption (IPsec)
Stateful Layer 3 Firewall with MAC Filtering, NAT, Source NAT, Static NAT, Port Forwarding
FIPS 197 compliant encryption
Embedded location and orientation sensors
NIST certified hardware-based cryptographic calculation algorithms and secure key/secret
AirSpeed 1030 Specs
|TxRx Paths||2 x 2T2R|
|Tx power||4 x 33dBm (4 x 2W), 36dBm (4W) per sector|
|Antenna||Integrated 17 dBi directional antennas
Optional external antennas
|Azimuth: 65 degrees
Elevation: 8 degrees
|Gain (integrated antenna)||17dBi|
|EiRP||53dBm (@ 20 MHz)
47dBm per polarization (@10MHz)
|Channel BW||Up to 2 x 20MHz|
|Active UE's||128 (256*)|
|Backhaul||Ethernet - RJ45 and SFP cage (ETH/GPON)|
|Weight / Dimensions||8 kg, 280 x 500 x 125mm (WxHxD)|
|Environmental||IP67 / -40 degrees C to +55 degrees C|
Lab Accessories Kit
Lab antenna kit accessories come bundled with the package
WiFi Antenna Linx,
MIMO LTE Low Profile Field Antenna
This 3-element antenna combines a GPS receiver with a 2-element LTE MIMO modem
LTM302 Multi-Band 3-Cable Global LTE MIMO & GPS
3-Cables: Two for Global Cellular/LTE and One for GPS
Covers All Cellular & LTE Frequencies Worldwide, from 694 MHz to 3700 MHz
Meets Industrial & Military Specs
*Price includes HW only and subject to change. Please contact us for availability.