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4G B48 Outdoor Small Cell Radio
Fii helps manufacturers solve the most common challenges on the path to Industry 4.0 by providing the means to deploy an industrial private cellular network powered by CBRS DTUs and CBRS Industrial Indoor Small Cells. Fii B48 outdoor small cell radio servers as a network deployment solution that allows manufacturers to run a host of smart manufacturing applications and IoT devices securely across a private LTE network operating in the open CBRS (B48) spectrum.
The self-deployable, plug-and-play radio units are ideal solutions to enable network connectivity in remote areas. The Self-Organizing Network (SON) features significantly reduce network deployment and optimization costs.

Plug and Play Mobile Networks

The self-deployable, plug-and-play radio units are ideal solutions to enable network connectivity in remote areas. The Self-Organizing Network (SON) features significantly reduce network deployment and optimization costs.

Optimizing Macro Network

Fii small cells ensure ubiquitous network coverage as operators expand and adopt new technologies for capacity addition while reducing backhaul, power and real estate expenses.

Flexible Deployment

Our small cells support innovative use cases across industries, including Industry 4.0 in manufacturing and factory automation in both indoor and outdoor deployment scenarios.

Exceptional Security

Fii small cell products offer built-in and hack proof security ensuring safe and robust communication for all users. 

Product Specifications
specifications Titlespecifications Description
Industry Standard 3GPP Release 9 Compliant , Partial Release 11
MIMO DL 2 x 2 and UL 2 x 2
Throughput Configurable DL 110-220 Mbps and UL 25-35 Mbps
4G LTE Frequency Band b42/b43/b48
Environmental IP65 Protection
Product Featured in Solution

CBRS is a band of radio-frequency spectrum from 3.5GHz to 3.7GHz that the US Federal Communications Commission has designated for sharing among three tiers of users: incumbent users, priority licensees (PAL) and generally authorized (GAA).