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November 01, 2011

Airspan Introduces 5 GHz Release Air4G Base Station

Airspan Networks has introduced a 5 GHz release of the flagship Air4G base station and notes that this release is especially suitable for the 5-6 GHz band in the Russian Federation.

Airspan provides broadband wireless access networks. The company is extending its regional offering with the release of Air4G in 5.15-6.45 GHz enabling its customers to benefit from a comprehensive solution for building cutting edge 4G networks in areas previously dominated by dated pre-WiMAX equipment.

"Airspan Networks is committed to the success of the Russian wireless market," commented Amit Ancikovsky, president of products and sales for Airspan. "This new addition to our Air4G line of products builds on our existing market presence and focuses on helping operators to develop advanced 4G networks that enable them to be competitive as well as help wider population access to wireless broadband data and voice services in areas with limited wire-line penetration ability. Air4G in 5 GHz is ideal for the Russian market as the band is more readily available to operators than traditional 2 GHz and 3 GHz bands."

Airspan Networks’ Air4G is a high-powered, macro cell 4G base station offering a very high level of functionality, highest range and capacity, and sophisticated antenna technologies such as adaptive MIMO for improved link budget.

Air4G can integrate both 4G 802.16e WiMAX and 4G TD-LTE and the new Air4G product operates in the full 5.15-6.45 GHz spectrum. Airspan also offers a wide variety of 4G products that operate in the 700 MHz up to the 6 GHz frequency bands.

Read a related article at MobilityTechzone “Airspan Networks opens new office in Dubai.”

Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for MobilityTechzone. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves

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