“We have been extremely impressed with the performance of the new Telrad 5 GHz product,” said Joseph Shelton, CEO and President of White Cloud Networks. “We were a bit skeptical to start, knowing that interference can be an issue in this band, but Telrad has integrated exceptional interference mitigation technology into the product. We saw incredible performance over a 4-5 mile range.”
The Telrad unlicensed product suite includes the new BreezeU-100 base station, the flagship BreezeCOMPACT 1000 base station, the new CPE8700 outdoor high-power CPE, BreezeVIEW network management, and the BreezeWAY flexible and scalable EPC.
Designed for High Performance and Low Cost-Of-Ownership
Telrad has designed the 5 GHz product unlicensed LTE products to provide any size customer with a complete, fully standards-based LTE network that offers cost-optimized configurations, lower total cost of ownership, Near-LOS capabilities and high throughput.
Chris Daniels, President of Telrad’s Wireless Division, added, “This product is going to be a real game-changer for many operators, especially those that don’t have access to licensed spectrum or are interested in expanding coverage and capacity by supplementing their licensed spectrum with unlicensed spectrum. The combination of our new 5 GHz product with our CBRS band solution will make LTE operation even more affordable for service providers globally.”
Telrad is exhibiting at the WISPAPALOOZA Conference, at Booth #335, in Las Vegas, today through October 12, 2018. Visitors can learn more about the new unlicensed LTE product as well as the rest of the company’s suite of high-performance products.
About Telrad Networks
Telrad Networks is a global provider of innovative LTE telecom solutions, boasting over 300 4G deployments in 100 countries. Telrad stands at the forefront of the technology evolution of next-generation TD-LTE solutions in the sub-6 GHz market. Since 1951, the company has been a recognized pioneer in the telecom industry, facilitating the connectivity needs of millions of end-users through operators, ISPs and enterprises around the world. (http://www.telrad.com)