Baicells Technologies Receives FCC and OnGo Certifications for Wireless Broadband Equipment

Baicells Technologies has received FCC Part 96 and CBRS Alliance OnGo certifications for a variety of LTE base station equipment models as further testing continues on other products.

 

Plano, Texas, January 13, 2020 – Baicells Technologies, a manufacturer of LTE fixed wireless broadband equipment, proudly announces several products have been granted Part 96 CBRS Certification by the FCC. The products are the Nova 436Q, Nova 233 and the Nova R9. Additionally, the Nova 227 is going through testing procedures now.

Baicells has been performing Initial Commercial Deployment (ICD) CBRS testing with multiple operators.

Mike Harrison with Calpines Wireless in California embraces the 436Q, “The 436Q has great performance improvement. Latency has improved and our customers are getting their speed during peak evening loads. CA mode of the 436Q’s is working as designed. Our Cat 6 UE’s are reaching our towers as far as 11 miles away. Signals are well balanced across all four elements of the UE. The CAT6 UE’s work much better than the CAT4 UEs.”

“This is a great milestone for our legacy NN license users and current and future CBRS customers. Stay Tuned, more to come!” stated Rick Harnish, CMO of Baicells Technologies.

Baicells expects additional Atom CAT6 UEs will be granted Part 96 CBRS certification by the end of the January. Atom CAT4 UE certifications are expected before April.


About CBRS Alliance

The CBRS Alliance believes that LTE-based solutions in the CBRS band, utilizing shared spectrum, can enable both in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity expansion at massive scale. In order to maximize CBRS’ full potential, the CBRS Alliance aims to enable a robust ecosystem towards making LTE-based CBRS solutions available. The mission of the CBRS Alliance is to evangelize LTE-based CBRS technology, use cases and business opportunities while simultaneously driving technology developments necessary to fulfill the mission, including multi-operator LTE capabilities. The Alliance will also establish an effective product certification program for LTE equipment in the US 3.5 GHz band ensuring multi-vendor interoperability.

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