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Advantages of flexi lite base station and Flexi compact base station? How it is going to affect the network?

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Recently I have heard of new base stations of telecom introduced by NSN but my query is what are their actual effects if it would be implemented everywhere? What about the Infra which has already deployed? How will they consider it as a profitable deal?

posted Feb 20, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur

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Flexi Lite base station is a small all-in-one base station optimized for outdoor micro-cell environment. The product is based on the flexi multiradio base station platform. The company sees significant demand for such products in India.

Main application of this base station provides fill-in coverage and capacity both outdoors as well as indoors. The base station is small enough to be used as a pico base station in public premises, for e.g. in airports and railway stations.

Flexi compact base station is industry’s first single module, 3 sector macro base station with integrated baseband and transport functionalities. With highest level of integration, zero footprint and easy outdoor deployment, the base station offers the most suitable site solution for all coverage and capacity needs.

Flexi compact base station with its single module, 3-sector design that fits everywhere in rural, urban and hotspot locations for example pole, tower top, and side wall. Lowest possible cost and leanest site infrastructure is achieved with compact single module base station with no need for air condition or shelter.

it has scalable capacity, lowest power consumption and supports all industry leading features. Co-siting with Flexi Multiradio System Module ensures easy evolution path for future WCDMA/LTE deployments.

answer Feb 24, 2014 by Iti Jindal
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