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ZTE launches the ZXSDR BS8920 LTE base station

July 04, 2011
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ZTE Corporation has launched the ZXSDR BS8920 LTE base station. The BS8920’s capacity is 150 Mbps, with 2X10W transmit power and 2T4R modulation for a large footprint, and offers significantly lower TCO.

The ZXSDR BS8920 micro base station is targeted at the rapidly growing market for urban and indoor hotspot coverage. The design of the BS8920 encompasses key features to reduce power consumption to as low as 100W average, with up to 30 percent lower deployment costs in terms of deployment compared to other distributed base stations.

The BS8920 base station meets industry requirements for an omni sector eNodeB product, with less than half of the size and weight of a standard remote radio unit (RRU). It also supports all-standard LTE frequency band spectrums, and AC/DC power supply.

The newly released base-station can be widely applied in various complex environments, such as LTE hotspots, blind spots or indoor/outdoor areas, playing an important role in LTE networks and hybrid networks.

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