UltraWAVE
Compact GSM Networks
Expanding the Reach of Wireless
Providing cost-effective connectivity anywhere in the world




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Applications
•	 Carrier networks
•	 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)
•	 Extension networks for remote areas
•	 Mobile GSM network...
Applications

               Carrier Networks
               ADC modular solutions supply everything you need to
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Network on Wheels (NOW)
With ADC's NOW solution you can activate a complete, stan-
dalone GSM network anywhere, any time. ...
UltraWAVE Product Family



UltraWAVE BTS                                            UltraWAVE X100
GSM Base Transceiver S...
Specifications

GSM Network-In-A-Box
IInterface capacity:                  90 Erlangs @ 0.1% Grade of Service
Total subscr...
ultrawave CompaCt GSm NetworkS




                                 Website: www.adc.com
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  1. 1. UltraWAVE Compact GSM Networks
  2. 2. Expanding the Reach of Wireless Providing cost-effective connectivity anywhere in the world UltraWAVE: Your Complete GSM Network Solution ADC's Network Systems (NS) has a proven track record with network installations in over 100 countries. From nationwide networks to lab systems, ADC has developed customizable solutions for public operators, equipment manufacturers, and specialized GSM applications. Our scalable products and low startup costs enable customers to purchase a system that meets their current needs and allows for future expansion. ADC uses industry-standard interfaces to facilitate integration with existing infrastructure and third party vendors. ADC customers benefit from our innovative techniques that provide local switching and reduce backhaul costs. In mobile applications, customers also gain from our ability to rapidly deploy a network using compact designs and easy-to-confi- gure databases. With over 10 years of development experience with large and small operators and public safety agencies, ADC can deliver the right telecommunications solution to you.
  3. 3. Applications • Carrier networks • Wireless Local Loop (WLL) • Extension networks for remote areas • Mobile GSM networks for emergency response • Networks on ships • MVNO's • Networks on airplanes • Containerized communication systems • Military applications • Subway and tunnel applications • Compact systems for labs Key Benefits • Complete network solutions with scalable MSC, BSC, and BTS • Low startup costs • Lowest overall network costs for small to medium sized networks • Local switching • Compatible with international roaming • Integrated Value Added Services such as Prepaid, SMS and Voice Mail • GPRS data-enabled • Compressed A interface for reduced backhaul costs • Subscriber capacities for small to medium-sized networks • Combined MSC, BSC, and BTS for mobile and lab environments
  4. 4. Applications Carrier Networks ADC modular solutions supply everything you need to build and operate a GSM network and provide services. You can create complete networks including the radio access nodes and the switching core network. An ADC network solution also includes built-in databases, service platforms, and management nodes. Features • MSC/HLR/VLR • Suitable for small to medium-sized networks • Value Added Services: Prepaid, SMS VMS, AuC • Full-featured server/client OMC • Data Services • Up to 12 TRX (S444) in one cabinet How do you benefit? ADC's modular architecture gives you an edge over the competition. Deploy a small regional network at a low entry cost and then expand coverage and capacity to increase revenue. Fixed solutions (WLL) Increase subscriber penetration with Wireless Local Loop (WLL). WLL uses wireless communications to bridge the "last mile," providing wireline services with limited mobi- lity. It is ideal for areas with little or no wireline infrastruc- ture. Features • Subscriber capacities for small to medium sized networks • Value Added Services • Fax and data services • Interoperability with other GSM networks • Up to 12 TRX (S444) in one cabinet • Rapid deployment How do you benefit? All UltraWAVE Solutions Wireless Local Loop lets you "pay as you grow." Enter the market at a low startup cost, then upgrade to a full mobility network with tiered services and tariffs. The scalable, modular system lets you adapt quickly tonew or changed market conditions.
  5. 5. Network on Wheels (NOW) With ADC's NOW solution you can activate a complete, stan- dalone GSM network anywhere, any time. The Network On Wheels contains a BTS, BSC, and MSC in a compact vehicle or container-mounted unit. Features • MSC/HLR/VLR • Value Added Services • Interoperablility with other GSM networks Extension Networks • High-power amplifier available ADC enables you to extend your network to bring wire- • Satellite or microwave backhaul less services to rural or remote areas. By locally distribu- ting an MSC and/or BSC, you can substantially improve How do you benefit? backhaul compression and reduce the operating expenses ADC provides a compact and modular design with setup in only involved in supporting remote network nodes. 3 hours. You can expand the network with external BTSs, as well as expand coverage and capacity for emergency situations Features and disaster relief. • Local switching via a compact MSC/VLR • Compressed A interface with satelite backhaul • Scalable and modular design How do you benefit? ADC's scalable modular networks are the ideal solution Special Application Networks for remote, low-capacity areas. With our distributed net- ADC's GSM Network-In-A-Box (NIB) is a complete, compact work architecture, cost-effective backhaul, and low OPEX, GSM network designed for small or portable networks. Potential you can serve your remote customers more affordably. applications include: • Tactical networks or deployments • Private networks • Ships and airplanes • Military applications • Subways and tunnels • Lab systems Features • Secure GSM communications • Satellite or microwave backhaul • Value Added Services • Optional HLR/VLR • Portablility • Rapid deployment How do you benefit? The world's smallest GSM network, ADC's NIB can be custo- mized for your specific application. ADC offers network design and technical training to help you set up and customize your network quickly and efficiently.
  6. 6. UltraWAVE Product Family UltraWAVE BTS UltraWAVE X100 GSM Base Transceiver Station GSM Mobile Switching Center With a power output of up to 50W, the GSM BTS A digital wireless switch that provides basic telephony supports key features such as frequency hopping, services with integrated prepaid, voicemail, and SMSC sectorization, and GPRS. The system is designed to be value-added services. It can support 100K subscribers easily expanded and upgraded in the field, so you can and up to 256 E1 or T1 ports. The X100 contains dual- start small and add capacity as you grow. platform load sharing redundant architecture functions, with built-in HLR/VLR and full subscriber management. UltraWAVE BS Plus UltraWAVE Network-In-A-Box Integrated BSC and BTS GSM MSC, Base Station Controller, and Base Transceiver Station A single chassis that combines the functions of a BTS and a BSC in one enclosure. BS Plus supports all The smallest and least-expensive hardware entry point into the key BTS features, including frequency hopping, the GSM wireless space. It provides a complete network sectorization, and GPRS. Up to 12 TRXs can be housed with flexible backhaul solutions. NIB is designed for rapid in one enclosure, supporting omni and sectorized deployment and easy integration with existing wireless and configurations up to S444. wireline networks. GSN – GPRS Support Node UltraWAVE Micro BTS/BS Plus A General Packet Radio Service for small to medium sized A compact variation of the UltraWAVE BTS/BS Plus, networks. GSN is standards-compliant, fully manageable, housed in a single rack-mounted 19" chassis. All and easily deployed. The system supports run-time confi- internal modules are common for both products and guration for the following functions: Serving GPRS Support share the same software load. Omni and sectorized Node (SGSN), Gateway GPRS Support Node (GGSN), or configurations of up to S222 are supported. combined GSN (SGSN+ GGSN). UltraVIEW OMC UltraWAVE BSC Operation and Maintenance Center GSM Base Station Controller A central control station for configuring and maintaining A high-capacity BSC that aggregates and manages ADC's networks. The graphical user interface (GUI) lets you communications between the BTS and the MSC. It perform a wide range of network management functions, supports up to 84 TRXs, so you can add trunk cards as while the client/server architecture and object oriented needed for network growth. Available for any GSM, technology provide a robust platform for current and DCS, or PCS network. future demands.
  7. 7. Specifications GSM Network-In-A-Box IInterface capacity: 90 Erlangs @ 0.1% Grade of Service Total subscribers: 3600 @ 0.025 Erlang per subscriber BSS configuration: S111, S11, O4, O3, O2, O1 Frequency support: GSM 850 MHz, GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz Number of TRXs: 2 internal, 26 total Number of BTSs: 1 internal; 5 total Output power: Variable up to 50 Watts RF receiver sensitivity: -111 dBm (without diversity) -114 dBm (with diversity) Dimensions (HxWxD): 535 x 485 x 410 mm (21 x 19 x 16 inches) Weight: 57 kg (125 lbs) typical UltraWAVE BTS BTS configurations (one cabinet): S111, S222, S333, S444, O4 BTS configurations (two cabinets): S66 Frequency support: GSM 850 MHz, GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz Number of TRXs: 12 Number of traffic channels: 84 Traffic capacity: 72.53 Erlangs @ 2% GOS 2900 subscribers @ 25 mErlangs per subscriber Output power: Variable, up to 50 Watts RF receiver sensitivity: -111 dBm (without diversity) -114 dBm (with diversity) UltraWAVE BSC Capacity: 84 TRX, 466 Erlangs, 31 BTS Trunk ports: Up to 28 E1 or T1 ports Frequency support: GSM 850 MHz, GSM 900 MHz, DCS 1800 MHz, PCS 1900 MHz Dual-band support: GSM 900 MHz/DCS 1800 MHz Encryption: A5/0, A5/1 Key BSC features: Integrated TRAU function: Dual processor and redundant power supply GPRS-ready: Star or daisy chain connection to BTS Sophisticated hand-over algorithms: SMS and cell broadcasting UltraWAVE X100-GSM Mobile Switching Center Interface capacity: 2500 Erlangs @ 0.1% GOS and 25mErlang per subscriber Busy hour call attempts: 200,000 total E1 ports: 256 (128+128) Trunk groups: 256 HLR capacity: 100,000 VLR capacity: 100,000 SS7 LinkSets: 128 Redundancy: Traffic load sharing 2 + 1 redundant power supplies Route redundancy
  8. 8. ultrawave CompaCt GSm NetworkS Website: www.adc.com From North America, Call Toll Free: 1-800-366-3891 • Outside of North America: +1-952-938-8080 Fax: +1-952-917-3237 • For a listing of ADC’s global sales office locations, please refer to our website. ADC Telecommunications, Inc., P.O. Box 1101, Minneapolis, Minnesota USA 55440-1101 Specifications published here are current as of the date of publication of this document. Because we are continuously improving our products, ADC reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice. At any time, you may verify product specifications by contacting our headquarters office in Minneapolis. ADC Telecommunications, Inc. views its patent portfolio as an important corporate asset and vigorously enforces its patents. Products or features contained herein may be covered by one or more U.S. or foreign patents. An Equal Opportunity Employer 105970AE 7/09 Revision © 2009, 2008 ADC Telecommunications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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