Mobile WiMAX Base Stations that Deliver Game Changing Economics and Maximum Profits
PureWave Networks is developing advanced, compact LTE and WiMAX base stations with the goal of revolutionizing the economics of 4G network deployment and operations. The company’s flagship PureWave Quantum family of base stations offers operators advanced performance, in an all outdoor, zero foot print package. These products are versatile enough to deliver the coverage and capacity of a Macro Base Station, or to be deployed as 4G small cells in a dense urban environment.
This unique cost/size/performance combination results in a significantly lower CAPEX/OPEX, which makes PureWave Quantum Base Stations attractive to any type of operator, from large mobile service providers to small Wireless ISPs (WISPs), in rural, suburban and dense urban areas.
To achieve such extraordinary performance, PureWave Networks has developed the PureMax™ Smart Antenna technology, a self-calibrating, smart antenna array which delivers an unmatched link budget, resulting in dramatically better coverage and performance even in non-line-of-sight conditions.
Another component of the value equation is the highly scalable nature and the telco-grade quality of the PureWave Quantum Base Stations. They’re designed to carry base-load network capacity and support up to 200 or more active, simultaneous subscribers per sector. This allows carriers to roll-out more services, to more customers, more cost-effectively.
Ease of deployment also separates the PureWave Quantum Base Stations from the rest. Patent pending and fully integrated, the PureWave Quantum Base Stations’ single box design can be deployed completely outdoors, without the need for high-priced shelter or air-conditioning.
PureWave Network’s fully open, 802.16e compliant, architecture prevents vendor lock-in and provides carriers with freedom of choice. It allows customers to assemble a “best of breed” solution and to select other components from the vibrant WiMAX ecosystem.
PureWave Networks is currently developing broadband infrastructure products that support LTE technology. The company plans to support both TD-LTE and FDD-LTE and to do so in a variety of frequency bands.