VHF, UHF and 700/800 MHz DSP/SDR Signal Booster Products Are Now Available.
Axell Wireless, the worldwide provider of wireless coverage solutions, today announced the availability of the industry’s most advanced technology and broadest range of products for public safety telecommunications services in the U.S. marketplace. Axell Wireless signal boosters take advantage of Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and Software Defined Radio (SDR) technologies to deliver better performance and a built-in upgrade path to future proof capital investment. Coverage solution signal boosters can be remotely configured for single or multi-frequency use in all public safety frequency bands including VHF, UHF and 700/800 MHz.
The provision of reliable, cost effective and fault tolerant systems for public safety telecommunications networks in the US is complicated by the mixture of frequencies used for such systems and the complex nature of the US frequency spectrum. Public safety service providers currently use a diverse range of frequencies which until now, has often required the installation of multiple networks, and a duplication of equipment, to meet their coverage requirements.
Axell Wireless’ public safety coverage solutions are used in a wide variety of situations – from small offices to multi-building campuses as well as public transportation venues. The company utilizes DSP and SDR technologies to develop channelized and band selective signal boosters, (otherwise known as Bi-directional Amplifiers or BDAs) which can be dynamically configured to deliver highly efficient network solutions across a broad frequency range. As a result, Axell’s public safety coverage solutions dramatically simplify installations and significantly reduce the site’s footprint and power consumption. Using Axell Element Manager (AEM) software or a web interface, new features and capabilities can be downloaded instantaneously thus providing flexibility and lower costs for deployment and maintenance.
Commenting on the announcement, Axell Wireless CEO, Ian Brown said, “There is a very good argument for further standardization of frequencies used for public safety communications services but until that happens, the industry needs answers for today’s environment. Nothing can be left to chance when it comes to the provision of coverage solutions for emergency services. It is important that the necessary equipment be deployed efficiently and that it is flexible enough to meet future demands and industry standards.”
Axell Wireless’ digital products are based on software defined radio (SDR) technology and make use of US patented digital filtering techniques developed by Axell Wireless.Back to press release list