The Ericsson versatile portfolio of radio base stations gives an unrivalled flexibility when it comes to providing coverage and capacity for all applications, ranging from rural to dense urban deployment scenarios.
All major 3GPP and 3GPP2 technology tracks are supported namely: GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA, CDMA and LTE.
The RBS 6000 is a no-compromise, energy efficient compact site solution that supports GSM/EDGE, WCDMA/HSPA and LTE in a single package. The RBS 6000 is built with a state of the art technology and at the same time provides backwards compatibility with the highly successful RBS 2000 and RBS 3000 product lines. Base stations delivered since 2001 are LTE capable. We call this a revolutionary evolution.
As a multi-standard base station, the RBS 6000 offers many options that make choices simpler while providing greater freedom of choice. Cost-effective deployment and development of new, high-speed mobile broadband services, mobile TV and web applications requires a smart solution that provides a performance leap. The RBS 6000 family not only ensures a smooth transition to new technology and functionality minimizing OPEX, but also reduces environmental impact.
Heterogenous networks support very high traffic volumes and data rates through a seamless combination of low-power radio technologies. The concept includes pico cells and WiFi access points as well as tools to improve and densify the macro network.
More about upgrading GSM to EDGE, about HSPA, Mobile transport, In-building solutions and much more on our Mobile Broadband pages for telecom operators.
Our WCDMA/HSPA offering delivers high-speed, high-capacity mobile broadband, allowing service providers to cost-effectively meet user demand for advanced internet services anywhere at anytime.
By upgrading to EDGE, operators can cost-effectively triple the data capacity of their GSM/GPRS networks, paving the way for advanced data services anywhere, anytime.
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