The eLTE Rapid Deployment Broadband
Trunking System integrates the functions of a Core Network (CN)
device, base station, and dispatching system into a compact chassis.
Ideal for rapid deployment in the field where limited coverage area
eLTE core network functions — dispatcher, RF transmitter, antennae, and power supply — are included and preconfigured for quick and easy installation.
Use where the public communication network is down or signals are weak during events or in emergency situations.
With a pedigree in LTE/EPC product development, the eCNS210 supports up to 40 Gbit/s throughput with 200,000 subscribers and 20,000 trunking groups. This product can be deployed to meet current and future needs, such as carrying voice, dispatching commands, exchanging operational data, delivering video, and more. In addition, the eCNS210’s Quality of Service (QoS) mechanism ensures critical data transmission in any situation.
A typical public LTE core network incorporates the Mobility Management Entity (MME), Serving Gateway (SGW), Packet Data Network Gateway (PGW), Home Subscriber Server (HSS), and Policy And Charging Rules Function (PCRF) network elements. The eCNS210 integrates all of these elements into one subrack, enabling network deployment with minimal integration effort. The system’s high level of integration also reduces deployment risk and minimizes setup time. Enterprises can avoid over-commitment of valuable resources to engineering efforts and reduce operational and capital expenditures.
Based on an Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) hardware platform, the eCNS210 products are designed to operate with high reliability from the system architecture to the components. Industry-standard ATCA hardware supports varying degrees of redundant configurations to match application requirements:
Hardware: 1+1 board backup and eCNS geography redundancy
Software: Overload control, fault prevention,
automatic data backup, and operational security management. These
reliability mechanisms ensure an eLTE core network availability of
Board-level redundancy with hot-swappable boards as well as the use of multiple eCNS210 systems with overlapping cell coverage (ensuring network availability even if one system fails) together achieve 99.999% availability
Advanced LTE and enhanced trunking radio technology deliver high-performance broadband services today and position the network to meet future requirements
Integration of all typical public LTE core network elements (MME, SGW, PGW, HSS, and PCRF) in one 14U Advanced Telecommunications Computing Architecture (ATCA) platform enables rapid deployment.