U.S. Catalog – Active Equipment - RF Design and Integration Inc.

U.S. Catalog – Active Equipment - RF Design and Integration Inc.
Leading provider of RF coverage solutions
U.S. Catalog – Active Equipment
Axell Wireless is a leading developer and supplier of high-quality RF coverage solutions designed
to maximize wireless network coverage in difficult RF environments and complex settings. The
company specializes in extending RF radio coverage to rural areas, office buildings, subways,
tunnels and shadowed areas. The Axell Wireless coverage solution supports all major mobile
technologies and standards for Cellular, PCS, 700 LTE, AWS, VHF, UHF, LMR, ESMR and TETRA
For more information, visit www.axellwireless.com
OUR SOLUTIONS MODEL
endless…
seamless…
wireless…
for all types of environments
for a wide range of technologies
for all major coverage applications
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The active equipment is divided into three main sub-categories:
Public Safety Off-Air (FM/AM, VHF, UHF, 700, 800)
Commercial Off-Air (700 LTE, 850 Cellular, 1700 AWS, 1900 PCS)
Fiber Fed (Public Safety and Commercial)
Contents
About Axell Wireless
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Bi-Directional Amplifiers for Public Safety
Page 5
CSR238 - VHF Digital Channel Selective Repeater
Page 8
CSR438A - UHF Digital Channel Selective Repeater
Page 10
BSR421 - Compact UHF Band Selective Repeater
Page 12
BSR438 - Digital Band Selective Repeater
Page 14
CSFT438 - Digital Frequency Shifting Repeater
Page 16
Axell 3178B - 700/800 MHz RF Mid-Power Bi-directional Amplifier
Page 18
Axell 4078D - 700/800 MHz Digital Multi-Channel RF Signal Booster
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Axell 2108S - 800 MHz RF Mini Repeater
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Axell 2408S - 800 MHz LMR RF Mini Signal Booster
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Axell 3108S - 800 MHz RF Mid-Power Repeater
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Axell 4008D - 800 MHz Digital Multi -Channel RF Signal Booster
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Axell D-SBR 700 - Digital Channel Selective Repeater for LTE - 700MHz
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Axell 2408 - 800 MHz Cellular Band Selective RF Mini Repeater
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Axell 819 - 800MHz and 1900MHz Dual-Band RF Repeater
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Axell 2117 - AWS Channel Selective RF Mini Repeater
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Axell 2119 - 1900MHz Band Selective RF Mini Repeater
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DIGI-mini - Americas Digital Multi-Band Mini Repeater
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D-MBR - Digital Multi-Band Repeater
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OMU - Optical Master Unit
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BSF424 - UHF Fiber Fed Repeater
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SMR 700/SMR 800 - Fiber-Fed Radio Head - High Power for Public Safety
Page 48
850/1900/AWS/LTE700 - Fiber-Fed Radio Head - High Power
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RMC and AEM - Network Management and Control
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Some recent projects undertaken in the United States
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Contact Details
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About Axell Wireless
Axell Wireless is a leading worldwide developer and
manufacturer of wireless coverage equipment and
associated solutions. Today, the company is one of
the top 3 global providers of wireless coverage
solutions and the market leader in the provision of
solutions for the public safety market. Applications
for Axell Wireless equipment include coverage
solutions for road and railway tunnels, in buildings
and infrastructures, remote or rural environments,
airports and transportation systems. With its
headquarters in the UK, Axell Wireless has been operating for over 30 years and now has a substantial
international presence operating out of 10 offices across 4 continents. A proven track record combined with
a worldwide reputation for providing innovative and high quality products have made Axell Wireless a truly
global player in the wireless coverage industry.
AXELL WIRELESS LMR AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
Axell Wireless offers a comprehensive portfolio of enhanced coverage solutions for the LMR and public
safety markets. Based on RF-SAW filtering, patented DSP filtering™, Axell Wireless’ proven, indoor and
outdoor solutions solve a wide range of network issues including interference and oscillation problems,
challenging coverage holes, rapid response deployment and inadequate in-building coverage. Regardless of
the technology or frequency, Axell Wireless can provide customized coverage solutions that address any
combination of unique and complex network needs for the LMR and public safety user.
AXELL WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell Wireless offers a comprehensive portfolio of enhanced coverage solutions for the wireless carrier
market. Based on IF-SAW filtering, patented DSP filtering™ and SmartALC™ technologies, Axell Wireless’
proven, indoor and outdoor solutions solve a wide range of network issues including interference and
oscillation problems, challenging coverage holes, inadequate in-building coverage and cell extension from
the smallest structures to the largest venues . Regardless of the technology or frequency, Axell Wireless
can provide customized coverage solutions that address any combination of unique and complex network
needs for the wireless carrier.
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FIRST RESPONDERS
have to be sure
Flexible On-Frequency
Bi-Directional Amplifiers
Frequency Range 60MHz to 3GHz
Band Selective or Channel Selective
Software Defined Radio DSP
Flexible Modular Design
1 to 100 Watt Class “A” Amplifiers
Simplex or Duplex Design
30dB to 110dB Gain
IP65 Enclosures
RF Design Services
On-Site Commissioning
Axell Wireless are acknowledged leaders in the design and supply of cost effective wireless coverage
solutions world-wide, extending single or multiple radio networks throughout buildings, tunnels etc. for
analogue and digital essential services.
The Axell Wireless range of equipment includes Band and Channel Selective BDAs, Filtering and
Multicoupling systems utilizing state-of-the-art RF Digital Signal Processing techniques to enhance radio
coverage and to enable more efficient use of radio spectrum allocations, helping to overcome the physical
limitations of antenna base-station sites.
All key Public Safety bands from VHF to 900MHz and P25 are covered.
DELIVERING WORLD CLASS COMMUNICATIONS SOLUTIONS
FOR OVER 30 YEARS
Call 972 361 8038 or email sales@axellwireless.com
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Public Safety Off-Air
CUSTOMIZABLE SOLUTIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
BDA – Bi-Directional Amplifiers
Two-Way On-Frequency Repeaters
Multi-band and frequency agile
Many carriers at low power
Automatic gain control is fitted to protect the system
against operational saturation caused by close mobile
working
Available in 19” rack-mount configuration or
IP65 wall-mount enclosure.
Axell Wireless Custom Built BDAs are two-way on-frequency
repeaters which are available to meet the requirements of all public
safety bands from VHF to 800MHz and are P25 compliant. They are broadband and can handle large
numbers of channels and can also be configured to operate in frequency bands between 30MHz and
2.4GHz.
Each BDA is configured for the customer’s specific requirements at the frequencies of interest. Dual or triple
pass band versions are available where spectrum allocations are not continuous. The necessary filtering to
cover the system bandwidths required is assembled from a wide range of filtering designs encompassing
not only traditional analog methods but also the latest Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and Software Defined
Radio (SDR) technologies which are being actively develop by Axell Wireless. The use of DSP and SDR
technologies helps to deliver better performance and also offers a built-in upgrade path to future-proof
capital investment.
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LNA
To Antenna
facing BTS
LNA
PSU
AGC
PA
AGC
To Antenna
facing Mobiles
ALARMS
PA
LNA
LNA
UPLINK
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Technical Expertise
A major factor in the success of Axell Wireless is our reputation for excellence and expertise in the radio
communications industry. Our skills and flexibility have enabled us to repeatedly provide innovative
solutions quickly and cost-effectively with assured quality.
Over the years, we have forged very strong links with:
The Federal Communications Committee (FCC).
The UK Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).
The Tetra Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Today our product range includes Channel Selective, Band Selective and Optical BDAs, as well as passive
components to satisfy the complex needs of the public safety telecommunications networks in a cost
effective and fault tolerant manner.
Axell’s public safety coverage solutions dramatically simplify installations and significantly reduce a site’s
footprint and power consumption. Using Axell’s bespoke network management software tool (AEM) or a
web interface, new features and capabilities can be downloaded instantaneously thus providing flexibility
and lower costs for deployment and maintenance.
Typical custom-build
Channelized BDA
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Public Safety Off-Air
MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
CSR238
VHF DIGITAL CHANNEL SELECTIVE REPEATER
Large repeater coverage footprint due to high output power and gain
Easy system implementation with built-in commissioning tools
Time-slot based ALC
Supervision available over radio modems
Remotely upgradeable for future challenges
The CSR238 provides quick, cost-effective and secure radio coverage in any VHF network and can handle
up to eight carriers. Through the use of the CSR238 an operator can easily expand a base station’s service
area by filling in coverage holes caused by terrain, buildings or tunnels.
The wireless interface permits the operator to remotely configure RF parameters as well as monitor alarms
on a continuous basis.
The CSR238 can also be used to provide coverage in shorter tunnels. Longer tunnels can be covered by
connecting the repeater to an OMU (Optical Master Unit) that feeds a number of fiber fed repeaters.
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CSR238 Specifications
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Standard frequency ranges available
Number of channels
Filter pass bandwidth
Duplex frequency spacing
Impedance
Noise figure
Group delay
ALC (1)
Channel bandwidth
Selectivity
Downlink output power/carrier
Uplink output power/carrier
Gain
Third order intercept
Spurious Emissions from RF port
Remote control and alarm supervision
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
RF ports
External alarm inputs
Alarm relay output
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions (h x w x d)
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
Mounting
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature
Storage
Humidity
Complies with
DOWNLINK
148 - 174MHz
UPLINK
148 - 174MHz
up to 8
1-2MHz typical with options to 5MHz
5MHz typical with options down to 1MHz
50 Ω
4.5 dB typical at maximum gain
<32 μs (APCO 25 compliant)
Alternative filter options programmed for Narrow banding or IF band select.
Time-slot based
15kHz to 110kHz (options for wider bandwidths)
Dependant on filter selected
+30 dBm (2 carriers), +27 dBm (4 carriers), +24 dBm (8 carriers)
+27 dBm (2 carriers), +24 dBm (4 carriers), +21 dBm (8 carriers)
65 to 95 dB in 1 dB steps
+54 dBm, typical
< -13 dBm FCC Compliant
Via modem GSM, P25, PSTN, via Ethernet and SNMP
110VAC 60Hz or 230VAC 50Hz or -48 VDC
220 W, typical
7/16 DIN Female
4
Dry contact
21.25” x 13.75” x 12.0” (540mm x 350mm x 305mm)
(options for complex frequency bands)
Aluminum IP65 (NEMA 4)
55lbs typical (25kg)
Convection
Wall mounted
-13°F to 131°F (-25°C to 55°C)
-22°F to 158°F (-30°C to 70°C)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-4 (see compliance below)
R&TTE Directive including, EN 301 489-18
ETSI TS 101 789-1, EN 60 950
(1)
The squelch is set to -108 dBm, which ensures correct operation for most repeater system scenarios. It will open approximately
3dB below the static sensitivity in the repeater cell thus it will be open to any mobile on the cell border.
(Specification CSR238_rev C)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
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Public Safety Off-Air
MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
CSR438A
UHF DIGITAL CHANNEL SELECTIVE REPEATER
Large repeater coverage footprint due to high output power and gain
Easy system implementation with built-in commissioning tools
Time-slot based ALC
Supervision available over Radio Modems
Remotely upgradeable for future challenges
Very low propagation delay leading to higher security, resilience and availability of information
The CSR438A provides quick, cost-effective and secure radio coverage in any UHF network and can handle
up to eight carriers. Through the use of the CSR438A an operator can easily expand a base station’s
service area by filling in coverage holes caused by terrain, buildings or tunnels.
The wireless interface permits the operator to remotely configure RF parameters as well as monitor alarms
on a continuous basis.
The CSR438A can also be used to provide coverage in shorter tunnels. Longer tunnels can be covered by
connecting the repeater to an OMU (Optical Master Unit) that feeds a number of fiber fed repeaters.
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CSR438A Specifications
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Standard frequency ranges available
Number of channels
Filter pass bandwidth
Duplex frequency spacing
Impedance
Noise figure
Group delay
ALC (1)
Channel bandwidth
Selectivity
Output power/carrier
Gain
Third order intercept
Spurious Emissions from RF port
Remote control and alarm supervision
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
RF ports
External alarm inputs
Alarm relay output
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions (h x w x d)
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
Mounting
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature
Storage
Humidity
Complies with
DOWNLINK
380 - 512MHz
UPLINK
380 - 512MHz
up to 8
5MHz typical 380 - 430MHz
2MHz typical 450 - 470MHz
1MHz typical 470 - 512MHz
10MHz typical 380 - 400MHz
9 or 10MHz typical 400 - 430MHz
5MHz typical 450 - 470MHz
3MHz typical 470 - 512MHz
50 Ω
4.5 dB typical at maximum gain
<32 μs (APCO 25 compliant)
Alternative filter options programmed for Narrow banding or IF band select.
Time-slot based
15kHz to 110kHz (options for wider bandwidths)
Dependant on filter selected
+38 dBm (2 carriers), +35 dBm (4 carriers), +32 dBm (8 carriers)
+33 dBm (2 carriers), +30 dBm (4 carriers), +27 dBm (8 carriers)
55 to 85 dB in 1 dB steps
+68 dBm, typical
< -13 dBm FCC Compliant
Via modem GSM, P25, PSTN, via Ethernet and SNMP
110VAC 60Hz or 230VAC 50Hz or -48 VDC
180 W, typical
7/16 DIN Female
4
Dry contact
21.25” x 13.75” x 12.0” (540mm x 350mm x 305mm)
(options for complex frequency bands)
Aluminum IP65 (NEMA 4)
50 lbs Typical (22.6 kg)
Convection
Wall mounted
-13°F to 131°F (-25°C to 55°C)
-22°F to 158°F (-30°C to 70°C)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-4 (see compliance below)
R&TTE Directive including, EN 301 489-18
ETSI TS 101 789-1, EN 60 950
(1)
The squelch is set to -108 dBm, which ensures correct operation for most repeater system scenarios. It will open approximately
3dB below the static sensitivity in the repeater cell thus it will be open to any mobile on the cell border.
(Specification CSR438A_rev D)
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Public Safety Off-Air
MILITARY CRITICAL COVERAGE SOLUTIONS
BSR421
COMPACT UHF BAND SELECTIVE REPEATER
Easy deployment
Up to 70dB gain
High output power
The BSR421 offers quick and easy coverage deployment for
indoor applications such as police stations, garages, power plants or
confined areas.
An outside donor antenna picks up the signal, whilst the indoor server antenna provides the coverage inside
the building.
The unit provides relatively high output power and amplifies the signals with a gain of up to 70dB.
Installation is further made easy through the use of a wall adapter.
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BSR421 Specification
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DOWNLINK
390-395MHz
395-400MHz
420-425MHz
425-430MHz
460-465MHz
465-470MHz
Frequency bands available
Operator bandwidth
Duplex distance
Impedance
Output power/carrier (DL)
5MHz
10MHz
50 Ω
+18 dBm
+15 dBm
+12 dBm
+9 dBm
50-70 dB in 1 dB steps
1 carrier:
2 carriers:
3-4 carriers:
8 carriers:
Gain
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
Local Maintenance terminal
RF Ports
External alarms
Repeater status relay
Remote connection and alarm supervision via
Power consumption
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature
Storage
MTBF
complies with
UPLINK
380-385MHz
385-390MHz
410-415MHz
415-420MHz
450-455MHz
455-460MHz
RS232
N-Type Female
4 external alarm inputs (Relays N/C or N/O configurable)
1 Relay normally open
GSM, GSM-R or PSTN modem or Ethernet
< 20 W
11” x 8.8” x 3.2” (280 x 224 x 83 mm)
Aluminum (IP52)
8.8 lbs (4 kg)
convection
32°F to 113°F (0°C to + 45 °C)
-22°F to +158°F (-30°C to +70°C)
> 100 000 hours
TS 101 789-1 73/23/EEG
(Specification BSR421_rev H)
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Public Safety Off-Air
TETRA MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
BSR438
DIGITAL BAND SELECTIVE REPEATER
Very low propagation delay leading to higher security,
resilience and availability of information
Easy system implementation with built-in commissioning
tools
Supervision available over TETRA modems
Remotely upgradeable for TEDS
Large repeater coverage footprint due to high output power and gain
The BSR438 provides quick, cost-effective and secure radio coverage in any TETRA and TETRAPOL
network. Through the use of the BSR438 an operator can easily expand a base station’s service area by
filling in coverage holes caused by terrain, buildings or tunnels.
The wireless interface permits the operator to remotely configure RF
parameters as well as monitor alarms on a continuous basis.
The BSR438 can also be used to provide coverage in shorter tunnels. Longer tunnels can be covered by
connecting the repeater to an OMU (Optical Master Unit) that feeds a number of fiber fed repeaters.
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BSR438 Specifications
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Standard frequency ranges available
Filter options
Impedance
noise figure
Group delay
Selectivity
Output power/carrier
Gain
Third Order Intercept
Spurious Emissions from RF port
Intermediation Products
Remote control and alarm supervision
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
RF ports
External alarm inputs
Alarm relay output
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions (h x w x d)
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
Mounting
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature
Storage
Humidity
Complies with
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
390-395 MHz
380-385 MHz
395-400 MHz
385-390 MHz
420-425 MHz
410-415 MHz
425-430 MHz
415-420 MHz
460-465 MHz
450-455 MHz
465-470 MHz
455-460 MHz
Bandwidths up to 5MHz
50 Ω
4.5 dB at maximum gain
<12 μs (14 μs high selectivity), <2 μs @ 5MHz filter
According to ETSI TS 101-789-1
+36 dBm (1 carrier) +33 dBm (2 carriers) +30 dBm (4 carriers)
55 to 85 dB in 1 dB steps
+68 dBm, typical
< -36 dBm
-60 dBc (according to TS 101-789-1)
Via modem GSM, GSM-R, TETRA, PSTN, via Ethernet and GPRS
230VAC 50Hz or 110VAC 60Hz or -48 VDC
180 W, typical
7/16 DIN Female
4
Dry contact
21.2” x 13.7” x 5/9” (540 x 350 x 150 mm)
Aluminum (IP65) (NEMA 4)
48.5 lbs (22 kg)
Convection
Wall mounted
-13°F to 131°F (-25˚C to + 55˚C)
-22°F to 158°F (-30˚C to + 70˚C)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-4 (see compliance below)
R&TTE Directive including,
EN 301 489-18 ETSI TS 101 789-1, EN 60 950
(Specification BSR438_rev A)
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Public Safety Off-Air
TETRA MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
CSFT438
DIGITAL FREQUENCY SHIFTING REPEATER
Large outdoor coverage footprint due to high gain and output
power
Extensive remote control and supervision capabilities
Software Defined Radio technology gives low delay and
high selectivity
Time slot based Automatic Level Control eliminates nearfar effects
Frequency Shifting technology allows very high gain with low antenna
isolation
The frequency shifting TETRA repeater can provide a much large coverage compared to a conventional
repeater. This is due to the reduced antenna isolation requirements, which allow higher gain and
consequently higher output power from the repeater.
The CSFT438 is primarily intended for rural area applications, where the terrain conditions normally would
require a large number of base station sites for seamless coverage. The frequency shifting concept is based
on a donor unit CSFT438D, placed near the base station, which connects to the remote unit CSR438R over
the air using free channels within the operational frequency band.
The CSFT438 can distribute 2 or 4 channels from the selected donor base station. The donor unit
CSFT438D can be physically connected to the base station transmit and receive ports through directional
couplers. Both the donor and the remote unit can be remotely controlled and supervised via a built-in
wireless modem.
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CSFT438 Specifications
ELECTRiCAL SPECIFICATIONS
Standard frequency ranges available
Number of channels
Channel frequency
impedance
Noise figure
Group delay
ALC (1)
Selectivity
Output power/carrier
Gain
Third order intercept
Spurious Emissions from RF port
intermodulation products
Remote control and alarm supervision
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
EXTERNAL CONNECTION
RF ports
External alarm inputs
Alarm relay output
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions (h x w x d)
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
Mounting
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature
Storage
Humidity
Complies with
DOWNLINK
390-395 MHz
395-400 MHz
420-425 MHz
425-430 MHz
460-465 MHz
465-470 MHz
UPLINK
380-385MHz
385-390 MHz
410-415 MHz
415-420 MHz
450-455 MHz
455-460 MHz
1, 2 or 4
Any TETRA channel within the ordered frequency range
50 Ω
4.5 dB at maximum gain
<12 μs (14 μs high selectivity)
Time-slot based
According to ETSI TS 101-789-1
+36 dBm (1 carrier) +33 dBm (2 carriers) +30 dBm (4 carriers)
65 to 95 dB (Remote unit), 20 to 50 dB (Donor unit) in 1 dB steps
+68 dBm, typical
< -36 dBm
-60 dBc (according to TS 101-789-1)
Via modem GSM, GSM-R, TETRA, PSTN, via Ethernet and GPRS
230VAC 50Hz or 110VAC 60Hz or -48 VDC
180 W, typical (Remote unit), 140 W, typical (Donor unit)
7/16 DIN Female, N Female for BTS port on Donor unit
4
Dry contact
21.2” x 13.7” x 5/9” (540 x 350 x 150 mm)
Aluminum IP65 (NEMA 4)
48.5 lbs (22 kg)
Convection
Wall mounted
-13°F to 131°F (-25˚C to + 55˚C)
-22°F to 158°F (-30˚C to + 70˚C)
ETSI EN 300 019-2-4 (see compliance below)
R&TTE Directive including, EN 301 489-18
ETSI TS 101 789-1, EN 60 950
(1) The squelch is set to -108 dBm, which ensures correct operation for most repeater system scenarios. It will open approximately
3dB below the static sensitivity in the repeater cell thus it will be open to any mobile on the cell border.
(Specification CSFT438_rev E)
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Public Safety Off-Air
LMR AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
Axell 3178B
700/800 MHz RF MID-POWER BI-DIRECTIONAL AMPLIFIER
Band selective, mid-power BDA for public safety,
In-building and outdoor networks
Dual-band 700/800 MHz in a single unit
Composite power +31dBm
RF SAW filtering
Small footprint and lightweight for easy maintenance
The Axell 3178B is a dual-band 700/800 MHz band selective mid-power bi-directional amplifier in a single
compact unit.
Specially designed for public safety in-door and outdoor networks, the Axell 3178B small footprint and
flexible installation options minimize interference with operations on the floor on which it is installed.
The uplink and downlink path gains can be manually adjusted over a 30dB range. Each path has an AGC
circuit which limits the output power to prevent unwanted signal distortion. A LED indicates when the AGC
limit has been reached.
It can be installed in a rack, mounted on a wall or on the ceiling. Its relatively low weight which allows
mounting and maintenance by a single person, in addition to the simple commissioning procedure that does
not require a high level technician, provides significant savings on labor costs.
The Axell 3178B supports remote monitoring. This is implemented by connecting an external dialer
(purchased separately) to dry contact alarms located on the unit external panel. The efficient thermal design
of the Axell 3178B, careful component selection and robust design provides a reliable, cost-effective system
for public-safety in-building or outdoor coverage.
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The Axell 3178B mid-power bi-directional amplifier is
powerful enough to drive a passive Distributed Antenna
system (DAS) for coverage in areas over 100,000ft2
(9,290m2) in buildings, parking lots, malls, warehouses
and offices.
Axell 3178B Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Option 1
Frequency Range
Option 2
Frequency Range
Option 3
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Manual Gain Attenuation Range (in 2 dB steps)
Composite Output Power
Output IP3 (typical)
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
GENERAL
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
Compliance
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions L x W x H
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
769 - 774 MHz
851 - 869 MHz
763 - 774 MHz
851 - 854 MHz
769 - 774 MHz
851 - 861 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0 - 30 dB
+ 31 dBm
+ 50 dBm
5 dB
< 5 μsec
UPLINK
797 - 824 MHz
797 - 809 MHz
797 - 816 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0 - 30 dB
+ 24 dBm
+ 43 dBm
5 dB
< 5 μsec
110 - 220 VAC
105 W
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohms
N-type, Female
1.5:1 Max
FCC/IC
14°F to 122°F (- 10°C to + 50°C)
- 40°F to 176°F (- 40°C to + 80°C)
15.76” x 15.76” x 8.66” (400 x 400 x 220 mm) approx.
30.8 lbs (14 kg) approx.
IP65, (NEMA 4)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 3178B_rev E)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Axell 3178B
700-800 MHz public safety band selective bi-directional amplifier 18MHz on 800 band
BSR 700/800 PS BSR 3178 SMR 700/800 31dBm 9MHz filter
BSR 700/800 PS BSR 3178 SMR 700/800 31dBm 3MHz filter
BSR 700/800 PS BSR 3178 SMR 700/800 31dBm 10MHz filter
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MW-CBDA-SMR700-800-16W80-18
BSR 2708-2808-PS-9
BSR 2708-2808-PS-3
BSR 2708-2808-PS-10
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Public Safety Off-Air
LMR AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
Axell 4078D
700/800 MHz DIGITAL MULTI-CHANNEL RF SIGNAL BOOSTER
High-power, signal booster that supports APCO 25
for public safety networks
Automatic gain control (AGC) per channel
Web based, local and remote monitoring and control
Patented DSP filtering™ technology
Supports up to 24 independent filters with
user programmable bandwidth / frequency
User-selectable adjacent channel rejection
and time delay to minimize interference
Channel selectivity and adjacent channel
rejection exceeds FCC requirements
IP65 enclosure
Axell 4078D is a high-power digital multichannel signal booster (DCSB) that features an array of up to 24
DSP based, software-controlled, variable bandwidth filters, user-programmable across the 700 and 800
MHz bands.
Axell 4078D supports all public safety technologies. In addition to specifying the center frequency of each
filter, the user can select a filter from a drop down list that has several choices for each passband that vary
in time delay and filter slope; this gives the engineer the unique ability to trade off the adjacent channel
rejection and time delay interference for the coverage area permitting the use of the Axell 4078D in
applications where no other booster solution will work.
Every parameter of Axell 4078D including filter tuning and selection is software controlled either locally or
remotely via a wireless modem. The control software is the Axell Wireless’ intuitive and user friendly Remote
Management Tool, which is provided with every unit.
The patented Axell Wireless’ digital RF filter not only enables simple initial setup for any channel plan, but if
necessary even permits a simple reconfiguration because of rebanding.
The booster protects against degradation of the system’s sensitivity and coverage thanks to the inbuilt AGC
per-channel feature, which permits equalization of the channel levels for uniform coverage and will
selectively squelch nearby, high power mobiles.
With the new IP65 box, the Axell 4078D can easily be used in both indoor and outdoor applications.
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The Axell 4078D digital, multi-channel
signal booster provides reliable and
interference free coverage when in the
presence of other services in the adjacent
channels.
Axell 4078D Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
AGC Dynamic Range
Filter Bandwidth
Composite Output Power
Composite Output Power per Band
Channel Setting Resolution
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain
Delay
GENERAL
Dimensions W x D x H
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
763-775MHz & 851-869 MHz
793-805MHz & 806-824MHz
65 to 95 dB Adjustable in 1 dB steps
± 2.5 dB maximum
± 2.5 dB maximum
60 dB
12.5 KHz to 4.5 MHz (programmable)
+ 40 dBm
+ 27 dBm
+ 37 dBm
+ 27 dBm
0.5 kHz
5.0 dB
5-120 μsec depending on filter bandwidth and required adjacent channel rejection
21.2” x 13.7” x 8.7” (540 x 350 x 220 mm)
90 to260 VAC (DC Supply optional)
<350 W
+10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.5:1 maximum
-5°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
10% to 90% Condensed
73 lbs. (33kg)
Aluminum IP65 (NEMA 4)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 4078D_rev B)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Digital Multi Channel Selective Signal Booster 700/800
Axell 4078D
24 channels, 40dBm composite, 95 dB gain, AC powering.
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PART NUMBER
MW-DCSB-40D95-700/800-24-AC
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Public Safety Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 2108S
800 MHz RF MINI REPEATER
Band-selective mini repeater for public safety and iDEN® networks
IF SAW filtering – tunable, sharp out-of-band signal rejection
Intuitive Web management GUI - local or remote (via external
modem) connection
Axell Wireless Operating and Management Center (OMC) support
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 2108S is an 800MHz band selective mini repeater, specially designed for public safety and iDEN®
applications.
The Axell 2108S has switchable and tunable IF-SAW filters for very high out-of-band rejection as well as a
simple way to reselect and retune the pass band.
Axell 2108S incorporates software-controlled interference rejection, which allows the user to move away
from interference created from nearby cellular networks. Axell 2108S includes Axell Wireless’ proprietary
SmartALC power control algorithm.
SmartALC is more than simple gain control; it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual
range of RSSI levels over a user-specified period of time.
SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the
system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell site. SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit,
yet still achieve the design goals specified by the system engineer. Axell 2108S features three tri-color front
panel LEDs that provide ongoing status and alarm indication. In addition, the Downlink status LED can be
used during setup as an RSSI level indicator to help align the donor antenna for optimal performance.
Axell 2108S supports Intuitive Web management GUI that can be accessed using any standard browser (no
client installation required) through a local or remote (via external modem) connection.
In addition, Axell 2108S can be remotely monitored and controlled through the Axell Wireless OMC solution
(via external modem).
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The Axell 2108S mini repeater is costeffective for simple spot coverage and
also powerful enough to drive a passive
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) for
coverage well over 50,000ft2 (4,645m2)
Axell 2108S Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Selectable SAW Filters
Frequency Separation (in-band)
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
GENERAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
Compliance
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions W x H x D
Weight
Weatherproof
DOWNLINK
851 - 869 MHz
18 / 7 MHz
4.5 / 3.5 MHz
18 / 3MHz
18 / 10MHz
45 MHz
70dB
± 2.5 dB
0 dB to 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 21 dBm
5 dB
< 9.5 μsec
UPLINK
806 - 824 MHz
18 / 7 MHz
4.5 / 3.5 MHz
18 / 3MHz
18 / 10MHz
45 MHz
70dB
± 2.5 dB
0 dB to 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 21 dBm
5 dB
< 9.5 μsec
10-240 VAC, 70W
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.7:1
FCC/IC
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
12.6” x 10.6” x 4.7” (320 x 270 x 120 mm)
15.4 lb (7 kg)
IP51
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 2108S_rev F)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Axell 2108S
iDEN Mini Repeater Unit (70dB/21dBm) 7 / 18 MHz filters
Axell 2108S
iDEN Mini Repeater Unit (70dB/21dBm) 3.5 / 4.5 MHz filters
BSR 2108 PS
2108S SMR 800 mini 21dBm 18/10MHz
BSR 2108 PS
2108S SMR 800 mini 21dBm 18/3MHz
The 3, 7,10 MHz filters can be moved across the whole 18MHz band.
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PART NUMBER
MW-CCSR-SMR8-2170-18-7
MW-CCSR-SMR8-2170-4.5-3.5
BSR 2108-PS -18-10
BSR 2108-PS -18-3
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Public Safety Off-Air
LMR AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
Axell 2408S
800 MHz LMR RF MINI SIGNAL BOOSTER
Band selective for mini booster for SMR, ESMR
and public safety networks
IF-SAW filtering – high out-of-band rejection
Indoor coverage up to 50,000 square feet
Features Axell Wireless’ SmartALC™ technology
Switchable bandwidth option
User-selectable and tunable across the 800 MHz band
Accommodates all rebanding phases without changing hardware
The Axell 2408S is available with a single frequency block or two non-contiguous blocks. For single block
applications, the switchable bandwidth feature is available. With this feature, the unit is configured with three
possible frequency blocks that the operator can specify. One of the three blocks is selected by the user and
tuned to the desired frequency during set up. This permits the user to select the optimum passband for each
of the rebanding phases without the need to change any hardware.
The standard configurations accommodate most of the passband requirements for public safety, ESMR and
SMR networks including the Southeast region.
The Axell 2408S includes Axell Wireless’ proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm. SmartALC
prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the system to
minimize noise rise at the donor site. SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit, yet still
achieve the design goals specified by the system engineer.
The Axell 2408S features three tri-color front panel LEDs that provide ongoing status and alarm indication.
In addition, the Downlink status LED can be used during setup as a received signal strength level indicator
to help align the donor antenna for optimal performance. The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell
2408S, careful component selection and robust design result in high system reliability.
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The Axell 2408S mini signal booster is
cost effective for simple spot coverage
and also powerful enough to drive a
passive Distributed Antenna System
(DAS) for coverage well over 50,000ft2
(4,645m2)
Axell 2408S Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range (1)
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power (per carrier)
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
(1)
3 selectable and tunable sub-bands are standard
GENERAL
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
RF Connector
VSWR
Compliance
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions L x W x H
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
851 – 869 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0 to 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 24 dBm
5.0 dB
<5 μsec
UPLINK
806 – 824 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0 to 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 24 dBm
5.0 dB
<5 μsec
110/220 VAC
35 W
+10 dBm
N-type, Female
1.7:1
FCC/IC
-4 to 122° F (-20 to 50° C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
10% - 90% Condensed
12.2” x 10.6” x 2.8” (310 x 270 x 70 mm)
13.2 lb (6 kg)
IP51
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 2408S_rev F)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
800 MHz rebandable mini booster:
Axell 2408S
18, 11 and 3 MHz selectable sub-bands
800 MHz rebandable mini booster:
Axell 2408S
15, 7 and 5 MHz sub-bands
BSR 2408 PS
2408 SMR 800 mini 24dBm 18/10/3 MHz
The 3, 5, 7, 10, 11 MHz filters can be moved across the whole 18MHz band.
Issue 8 – April 2011
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PART NUMBER
MW-CCSR-ESMR-1W80-18-11-3
MW-CCSR-ESMR-1W80-15-7-5
BSR 2408-PS-18-10-3
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Public Safety Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 3108S
800 MHz RF MID-POWER REPEATER
Band selective, mid-power repeater for 800 MHz,
public safety and iDEN® networks
Supports 800 MHz rebanding
No need to replace hardware
Can be retuned locally or remotely
IF SAW filtering – tunable, sharp out-of-band signal rejection
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 3108S is a 800MHz band selective mid-power repeater, specially designed for public safety and
iDEN® applications.
Axell 3108S has switchable and tunable IF SAW filters for very high out-of-band rejection as well as a
simple way to reselect and retune the pass band to accommodate all rebanding phases.
Axell 3108S incorporates software controlled interference rejection, which allows the user to move away
from interference created from nearby cellular or paging spectrum.
Axell 3108S includes Axell Wireless’ proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm.
SmartALC is more than simple gain control; it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual
range of RSSI levels over a user-specified period of time. SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the
amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell
site.
SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit, yet still achieve the design goals specified by the
system engineer.
The Axell 3108S features three tri-color LEDs, inside the unit, that provide ongoing status and alarm
indication. In addition, the Downlink status LED can be used during setup as an RSSI level indicator to help
align the donor antenna for optimal performance. The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell 3108S
Repeater, careful component selection and robust design result in high system reliability.
Axell 3108S can be remotely controlled and monitored via an external modem which is connected to the
repeater through an ethernet cable.
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The Axell 3108S mid-power repeater is powerful enough
to drive a passive Distributed Antenna system (DAS) for
coverage areas over 100,000ft2 (9,290m2) in buildings,
parking lots, malls, warehouses and offices.
Axell 3108S Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Selectable SAW Filters
Frequency Separation (in-band)
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
GENERAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
Compliance
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions W x H x D
Weight
Weatherproof
DOWNLINK
851 - 869 MHz
18 / 7 MHz
18 / 3 MHz
18 / 10MHz
45 MHz
80 ± 2 dB
± 2.5 dB
0 - 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 31 ± 1 dBm
5 dB
< 9.5 μsec
UPLINK
806 - 824 MHz
18 / 7 MHz
18 / 3 MHz
18 / 10MHz
45 MHz
80 ± 2 dB
± 2.5 dB
0 - 31 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 24 ± 1dBm
5 dB
< 9.5 μsec
110 - 240 VAC, 170W
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.5:1
FCC/IC
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
20 x 16 x 7 in (500 x 400 x 180 mm)
66 lb (30 kg)
IP20
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 3108S_rev F)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
800 MHz iDEN mid-power repeater unit (80dB/31dBm) with CCD 18 / 7 MHz
Axell 3108S
BSR 3108 PS
3108S SMR 800 31dBm 18/10MHz
BSR 3108 PS
3108S SMR 800 31dBm 18/3MHz
Issue 8 – April 2011
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PART NUMBER
MW-CSR-SMR8-3180-18-7
BSR 3108-PS -18-10
BSR 3108-PS -18-3
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Public Safety Off-Air
LMR, TETRA AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
Axell 4008D
800 MHz DIGITAL MULTI -CHANNEL RF SIGNAL BOOSTER
High-power, signal booster that supports TETRA and APCO 25
for public safety networks
Automatic gain control (AGC) per channel (squelch mechanism)
Web based, local and remote monitoring and control
Patented DSP filtering™ technology
Supports up to 12 independent filters;
user programmable bandwidth / frequency
User-selectable adjacent channel rejection
and time delay to minimize interference
Private Line (PL) detection option
IP65 enclosure
Axell 4008D is a high-power digital multichannel signal booster (DCSB) that features an array of up to 12
DSP based, software-controlled, variable bandwidth filters, user-programmable across the 800 MHz bands.
Axell 4008D supports all public safety technologies. In addition to specifying the center frequency of each
filter, the user can select a filter from a drop down list that has several choices for each passband that vary
in time delay and filter slope; this gives the engineer the unique ability to trade off the adjacent channel
rejection and time delay interference for the coverage area permitting the use of the Axell 4008D in
applications where no other booster solution will work.
Every parameter of Axell 4008D including filter tuning and selection is software-controlled either locally or
remotely via a wireless modem.
The control software is the Axell Wireless Remote Management Tool which is provided with every unit and
is intuitive and user-friendly. The patented Axell‘s digital RF filter not only enables simple initial setup for any
channel plan but permits a simple reconfiguration later if necessary because of rebanding. The booster also
features a per channel AGC that permits equalization of the channel levels for uniform coverage and will
selectively squelch nearby, high power mobiles that would otherwise degrade system sensitivity and
coverage.
The PL detection option based on CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System) will enable using the
same frequency for several networks according to the specific PL code.
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The Axell 4008D digital, multi-channel
signal booster provides reliable and
interference free coverage when in the
presence of other services in the adjacent
channels.
Axell 4008D Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
AGC Dynamic Range
Filter Bandwidth
Composite Output Power
Channel Setting Resolution
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain
Delay
GENERAL
Power Supply
Power Consumption
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Humidity
Dimensions W x D x H
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
851 - 869 MHz
806 - 824 MHz
65 - 95 dB Adjustable in 1 dB steps for P25, 50 - 80 dB for TETRA
± 2.5 dB maximum
± 2.5 dB maximum
60 dB
12.5 KHz – 4.5 MHz (programmable)
+ 40 dBm
+ 30 dBm
0.5 kHz
5.0 dB
5-120 μsec depending on filter bandwidth and required adjacent channel rejection
90-260 VAC (DC Supply optional)
< 350 W
+10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.5:1 maximum
-5 to 122°F (-10°C to +50°C)
10% - 90% Condensed
21.26” x 13.7” x 8.66” (540 x 350 x 220 mm)
73 lbs. (33kg)
Aluminum IP65 (NEMA 4)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 4008D_rev B)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Digital Multi Channel Selective Signal Booster 800
Axell 4008D
12 Channels, 40dBm composite, 95 dB gain, AC powering
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PART NUMBER
MW-DCSB-40D95-800-12-AC
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Commercial Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell D-SBR 700
DIGITAL CHANNEL SELECTIVE REPEATER
for 700MHz LTE BAND
ETSI TS 36.106 V9.0.0 compliant
MCPA technology providing 32dBm Output Power, 82dB Gain
A single unit to support 700 MHz lower and upper bands simultaneously
Supports up to 12 LTE sub-bands with optional non-contiguous sub-bands
enabled by programmable innovative DSP filtering
Top level EVM, ACRR and emission performance support latest LTE technologies
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
Individual Gain and ALC setting for each sub-band for single and multi operator applications
The Axell D-SBR 700 is specifically designed for in-building LTE applications. It supports up to 12 LTE
bandwidth channels (1.4, 3, 5, 10, 15 or 20MHz) with optional non-contiguous LTE sub-bands and can meet
the needs of any future LTE channel allocation.
Axell D-SBR 700 fully meets 3GPP LTE standard requirements. Highly linear components and unparalleled
innovative DSP filtering provide top level performance that supports high throughput of the latest LTE
technology.
Axell D-SBR 700 utilizes Axell Wireless proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm. This algorithm
provides more than gain control: it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual range of
RSSI levels over a user-specified period of time and determines when the isolation is becoming a limiting
factor for the performance of the system.
The SmartALC, together with the low noise figure of the Repeater, minimize noise rise at the donor cell site.
SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit yet achieve the design goals specified by the system
engineer. Using an advanced ALC mechanism each one of the sub-bands has an individual gain and ALC
setting; hence it is possible to support multi operator applications with a single unit.
Axell D-SBR 700 features panel LEDs. These provide ongoing status and alarm indication and can also be
used during setup as an RSSI level indicator to help align the donor antenna to the donor sector.
The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell D-SBR 700, careful component selection and robust design
result in high system reliability. Axell D-SBR 700 supports Intuitive Web management GUI that can be
accessed using any standard browser (no client installation required) through a local or remote (via external
modem) connection.
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The Axell D-SBR 700 digital repeater is powerful enough
to drive a passive Distributed Antenna system (DAS) for
coverage in areas over 50,000ft2 (4,645m2) in buildings,
parking lots, malls, warehouses and offices.
Axell D-SBR 700 Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency
Lower band
Upper band
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Max Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
Number of filters (1)
Conformance Standard
ENVIRONMENTAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
Operating Temperature
Dimensions W x H x D
Weight
Weatherproof
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
728 - 746 MHz
698 - 716 MHz
746 - 757 MHz
776 - 787 MHz
82dB
82dB
± 2.5dB
± 2.5dB
0 - 25 dB (in 1 dB steps)
0 - 25 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 32 dBm
+ 27 dBm
5 dB
4 dB
< 6 μsec
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12, each filter can be set to 1.4, 3, 5,10,15 or 20 MHz across the whole band
3GPP TS 36.106 version 9.0.0
110 to 240 VAC, max 160 W
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type Female
1.5:1
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
12” x 14.76” x 8” (305 x 375 x 205 mm)
28.8 lbs (13 kg)
IP65 (NEMA 4)
(1)
Support BW option up to 20 MHz by setting the start-stop frequency
All parameters are typical at +77° F (+25°C)
(Specification Axell D-SBR 700_rev A)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Digital filtering channel selective repeater
D-SBR 700
32dBm, 82dB for 700MHz LTE band, 8 sub-bands
Digital filtering channel selective repeater
D-SBR 700
32dBm, 82dB for 700MHz LTE band, 12 sub-bands
Issue 8 – April 2011
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PART NUMBER
D-SBR 3207
D-SBR 3207-12
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Commercial Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 2408
800 MHz CELLULAR BAND SELECTIVE RF
MINI REPEATER
Band-selective mini repeater for GSM, TDMA, CDMA2000TM
and UMTS networks
Indoor coverage up to 50,000 square feet
Extended A or Extended B and full-band
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 2408 is a cellular band selective mini repeater. The Axell 2408 supports mixed mode
transmissions (e.g. GSM and UMTS or CDMA and EVDO) to support simultaneous voice and data.
The Axell 2408 is available as either extended A (A, A’ and A’’) or extended B (B and B’). This ensures
maximum call quality and will support legacy services. Separate IF-SAW filters ensure rejection of the other
band. Either option is also capable of supporting the full cellular band. The Axell 2408 includes Axell
Wireless’ proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm. SmartALC is more than simple gain control; it
automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual range of RSSI levels over a user specified
period of time.
SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the
system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell site.
SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit, yet still achieve the design goals specified by the
system engineer.
The Axell 2408 features three tri-color front panel LEDs that provide ongoing status and alarm indication. In
addition, the DL LED can be used during setup as an RSSI level indicator to help align the donor antenna
for optimal performance.
The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell 2408, careful component selection and robust design result
in high system reliability.
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The Axell 2408 mini repeater is costeffective for simple spot coverage and
also powerful enough to drive a passive
Distributed Antenna System (DAS) for
coverage well over 50,000ft2 (4,645m2).
The simple addition of a Axell 2119 PCS
mini repeater with the diplexer option,
provides dualband coverage through the
DAS.
Axell 2408 Specifications
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple(1)
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typical)
Propagation Delay
(1)
2 dB at full band
GENERAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions W x H x D
Weight
Weatherproof
DOWNLINK
869 - 894 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0dB to 31dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 24 dBm
5 dB
< 5 μsec
UPLINK
824 - 849 MHz
80 dB
± 1.5 dB
0dB to 31dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 24 dBm
5 dB
< 5 μsec
220/110 VAC, (9VDC option), 35W
+10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.7:1
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to +50°C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to +80°C)
12.2 x 10.6 x 2.8 in. (310 x 270 x 70 mm)
13.2 lb (6 kg)
IP51
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(Specification 2408_rev A)
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Axell 2408
Cellular mini repeater, A extended and full band
Axell 2408
Cellular mini repeater, B extended and full band
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PART NUMBER
MW-CCSR-800AA-1W80
MW-CCSR-800BB-1W80
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Commercial Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 819
800MHz AND 1900MHz DUAL-BAND RF REPEATER
Small footprint single unit, band selective repeater for both Cellular
and PCS networks
Switchable bandwidth option – user-selectable and tunable
across both bands
IF-SAW filtering-tunable sharp out-of-band rejection
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 819 is a band selective repeater that supports both cellular and PCS bands. It is specifically
designed for simultaneous two-band operation of cellular 800 MHz and PCS 1900 MHz in a single, costeffective, space-saving wall unit.
The Axell 819 has switchable and tunable IF-SAW filters that allow for very high out of-band-rejection, as
well as provide a simple means to adjust the pass band according to network band allocation.
The unit is reconfigured with possible PCS frequency blocks of 5, 10, 15 or 20 MHz. One of the three blocks
is selected by the user and tuned to the desired frequency during setup. In the cellular band it is possible to
select one state out of two possible options which cover the cellular band options. Independent tuning and
retuning or activation and deactivation of the block filters can be controlled with both a local and remote
control system. With this flexibility in the cellular and PCS bands, the Axell 819 can accommodate the
frequency block configuration in most US markets and can be easily reconfigured if the local cellular or PCS
band plan changes.
The Axell 819 includes Axell Wireless’ proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm. SmartALC is more
than simple gain control – it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual range of RSSI
levels over a user-specified period of time.
SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the
system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell site. SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit,
yet still achieve the design goals specified by the system engineer.
The Axell 819 panel LEDs, in addition to providing ongoing status and alarm indication, can be used during
setup as an RSSI level indicator to help align the donor antenna to the donor cell site. Axell 819 supports
intuitive web management GUI that can be accessed using any standard browser through a local or remote
connection (no client installation required).
Axell 819 remote monitoring and control is implemented by an integrated wireless modem and a controller
supporting SNMP.
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Axell 819 Specification
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Selectable blocks
Frequency Separation (in band)
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple (typical)
Gain Attenuation Range (1 dB steps)
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typ.)
Propagation Delay
GENERAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions W x H x D
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
Cellular
PCS
869 - 894 MHz
1930-1990 MHz
2 selectable states
2 options
1: A” + A + A’
A: 5, 10 or 15 MHz
2: B + B’
B: 5, 10 or 20 MHz
45 MHz
60 MHz
80 dB
80 dB
± 2.5 dB
± 2.5 dB
0 to 25 dB
0 to 25 dB
21 dBm
21 dBm
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
< 5 μsec
< 5 μsec
UPLINK
Cellular
PCS
824 - 849 MHz
1850-1910 MHz
2 selectable states
2 options
1: A” + A + A’
A: 5, 10 or 15 MHz
2: B + B’
B: 5, 10 or 20 MHz
45 MHz
60 MHz
80 dB
80 dB
± 2.5 dB
± 2.5 dB
0 to 25 dB
0 to 25 dB
21 dBm
21 dBm
5.5 dB
5.5 dB
< 5 μsec
< 5 μsec
100-240 VAC, <100W
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type, Female
1.7:1
-14°F to 122°F (-10°C to 50°C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
14” x 5.7” x 18” (355 x 145 x 460 mm)
35.2 Ibs (16 kg)
IP65 (NEMA 4)
(Specification 819_rev D)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION DESCRIPTION
Dual band - cellular/PCS band selective RF repeater
Axell 819
w/1XCDMA modem 5/10/15 MHz filters or PCS
Dual band - cellular/PCS band selective RF repeater
Axell 819
w/1XCDMA modem 5/10/20 MHz filters or PCS
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PART NUMBER
MW-CSR-CELL-PCS-2480-M1X
MW-CSR-CELL-PCS-2480-P20-M1X
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Commercial Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 2117
AWS CHANNEL SELECTIVE RF MINI REPEATER
Channel selective mini repeater for AWS
(Advanced Wireless Services)
Switchable bandwidth option – user-selectable and tunable
across the AWS band
IF-SAW filtering – tunable, sharp out-of-band rejection
Supports CDMA1X,EV-DO and WCDMA technologies
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 2117 is available with a single frequency block of 5, 10 or 15MHz. This feature permits the user to
select, via the control software, one of three band or sub-band filters and tune it anywhere in the AWS
frequency range. This allows the operator to inventory a single model number that can be configured easily
for different markets in the network.
The Axell 2117 includes Axell Wireless proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm. SmartALC is more
than simple gain control; it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual range of RSSI
levels over a user-specified period of time. SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation
required by the system and optimizes the system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell site. SmartALC
allows the installer to quickly set up the unit, yet still achieve the design goals specified by the system
engineer.
The Axell 2117 features three tri-color front panel LEDs, which in addition to providing ongoing status and
alarm indication, can be used during setup as an RSSI level indicator to help align the donor antenna to the
donor sector. The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell 2117, careful component selection and robust
design result in high system reliability.
Remote monitoring and control of the Axell 2117 is enabled using an optional external modem. The repeater
can then be monitored and controlled using the Axell Wireless NMS, OMC solution
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The Axell 2117 mini repeater is costeffective for simple spot coverage
and also powerful enough to drive a
passive Distributed Antenna System
(DAS) for coverage well over
50,000ft2 (4,645m2).
Axell 2117 Specification
ELECTRICAL
Frequency Range
Passband Gain
Passband Ripple
Gain Attenuation Range
Composite Output Power
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typ.)
Propagation Delay
Filter Options
Supported technologies
GENERAL
Power Supply
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
Impedance Level
RF Connector
VSWR
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Dimensions L x W x H
Weight
Enclosure
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
2110 - 2155 MHz
1710 - 1755 MHz
70dB
70 dB
±2 dB
±2 dB
0 to 20 dB (in 1 dB steps)
0 to 20 dB (in 1 dB steps)
+ 21 dBm
+ 21 dBm
5 dB
5 dB
< 5 μsec
< 5 μsec
5 or 10 or 15 MHz
5 or 10 or 15 MHz
CDMA 1x,CDMA EV-DO, WCDMA, GSM
110 to 220 VAC
+ 10 dBm
50 Ohm
N-type Female
1.7:1
-4°F to 122°F (20°C to 50°C)
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
12.2” x 10.6” x 2.8” (310 x 270 x 70 mm)
13.2 Ibs (6 kg)
IP51
(Specification 2117_rev B)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
Axell 2117
AWS repeater 21dBm,70dB gain 5,10,15MHz selectable sub-bands
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Commercial Off-Air
WIRELESS CARRIER SOLUTIONS
Axell 2119
1900MHz BAND SELECTIVE RF MINI REPEATER
Supports GSM, TDMA, CDMA2000™ and UMTS networks
Indoor coverage well over 50,000 square feet
Switchable bandwidth option – tunable across band
SmartALC™ technology
Prevents oscillations and balances coverage
Automatically sets optimum gain
Ensures transparent network operation
The Axell 2119 is a PCS band selective mini repeater, which supports mixed mode transmissions (e.g. GSM
and UMTS or CDMA and EVDO) to support simultaneous voice and data.
The Axell 2119 is available with a single frequency block of 5, 10 or 15MHz. This feature permits the user to
select, via the control software, one of three band or sub-band filters and tune it anywhere in the PCS
frequency range. This allows the operator to inventory a single model number that can be configured easily
for different markets in the network but also to reselect the band if the frequency plan in any market
changes. The Axell 2119 includes Axell Wireless’ proprietary SmartALC power control algorithm.
SmartALC is more than simple gain control; it automatically optimizes the gain setting by learning the actual
range of RSSI levels over a user specified period of time.
SmartALC prevents oscillations, reduces the amount of isolation required by the system and optimizes the
system to minimize noise rise at the donor cell site.
SmartALC allows the installer to quickly set up the unit, yet still achieve the design goals specified by the
system engineer. The Axell 2119 features three tri-color front panel LEDs that provide ongoing status and
alarm indication. In addition, the Downlink status LED can be used during setup as an RSSI level indicator
to help align the donor antenna for optimal performance.
The efficient thermal characteristics of the Axell 2119, careful component selection and robust design result
in high system reliability.
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The Axell 2119 mini repeater is costeffective for simple spot coverage
and also powerful enough to drive a
passive Distributed Antenna System
(DAS) for coverage well over
50,000ft2 (4,645m2). The diplexer
option permits the simple addition of
an Axell 2408 cellular mini repeater to
provide dual-band coverage through
the DAS.
Axell 2119 Specification
ELECTRICAL
DOWNLINK
UPLINK
(1)
1930-1990 MHz
1850-1910 MHz
Frequency Range
80 dB ± 1 dB
80 dB ± 1 dB
Passband Gain
± 1.5 dB
± 1.5 dB
Passband Ripple
0 to 30 dB (in 1 dB steps)
0 to 30 dB (in 1 dB steps)
Gain Attenuation Range
+ 21 dBm
+ 21 dBm
Composite Output Power
5 dB
Noise Figure @ Maximum Gain (typ.)
5 dB
< 5 μsec
Propagation Delay
< 5 μsec
(1)
Bands are pre-tuned to customer specifications but are user tunable across the band.
GENERAL
Power Supply
220/110 VAC, 35W
Total RF Input Power (no damage)
+ 10 dBm
Impedance Level
50 Ohm
RF Connector
N-type, Female
VSWR
1.7:1
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature
-4°F to 122°F (-20°C to 50°C)
Storage Temperature
-22°F to 176°F (-30°C to 80°C)
Dimensions L x W x H
12.2” x 10.6” x 2.8” (310 x 270 x 70 mm)
Weight
13.2 lbs (6 kg)
Enclosure
IP11
(Specification 2119_rev B)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION
DESCRIPTION
Axell 2119
PCS mini repeater - 5, 10, 15 MHz selectable bands
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PART NUMBER
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Commercial Off-Air
Singleband / Dual band
MULTI-BAND COVERAGE SOLUTIONS
DIGI-mini - Americas
DIGITAL MULTI-BAND MINI REPEATER
Innovative digital mini repeater at price of legacy analog mini
repeater
Up to four frequency bands in two compact enclosures
Software Defined Filtering of up to 6 sub-bands in each individual
frequency band
Single and dual band units for 700/1700 MHz and 850/1900
MHz
Tri band / Quad band
Individual gain and ALC settings for each sub-band for single
and multi-operator applications
Ideal for flexible In-building applications
Axell Wireless’ new DIGImini repeater (digital mini repeater) is an
innovative flexible multiband coverage solution optimized for in-building
applications.
Axell Wireless’ DIGImini offers a completely new range of possibilities.
With multi technology (e.g GSM/ WCDMA) applications, multiple filters
are required in the operation bands. The DIGImini is designed to provide high performance digital filters with
a competitive price to legacy analog mini repeaters.
Up to four different frequency bands can be implemented in 2 dual band DIGImini repeaters. Each DIGImini
repeater can be a single band 700/ 850/1700/1900 MHz or dual band 700/1700 MHz or 850/1900 MHz.
Easy “plug and play“ allows our customers to add services as needed, thus minimizing their CAPEX.
Software Defined Filtering of up to 6 sub-bands in each individual frequency band can be supported in a
single or dual band configuration.
Individual Gain and ALC settings for each sub-band for multi-technology applications (e.g GSM/WCDMA)
for single and multi-operator applications. A state-of-the-art Interference Mitigation and Oscillation
Prevention (IMOP) is used to measure the isolation between the antennas and gain is reduced immediately
to prevent oscillation.
The DIGImini is connected to one donor antenna placed on the roof of the building and the radiating coaxial
cable or antennas in the area to be covered. Configuration and monitoring of the DIGImini can be done
through an intuitive web management GUI. Remote management is done via wireless modem. With the
Axell Wireless advanced supervision and control software, the entire fleet of digital multi-band repeaters can
be monitored
Axell Wireless’ DIGImini repeater is powerful enough to drive a
passive Distributed Antenna system (DAS) for coverage areas up
to 25,000 ft2 (2,322m2) in buildings, parking lots, malls,
warehouses and offices.
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DIGI-mini Specification
700 MHz FREQUENCY BAND
Operating Frequency Range
Downlink
Lower band 728-746MHz
Or
Upper band 746 - 757MHz
22dBm
73dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
6dB
6 μsec
Up to 6
Uplink
Lower band 698-716MHz
Or
Upper band 776 - 787MHz
22dBm
73dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
6dB
6 μsec
Up to 6
Output power at antenna port (composite)
Pass band maximum gain
Gain attenuation range
Pass band ripple
Noise Figure @ max gain
Propagation delay
Number of filters per band (*)
1700 MHz FREQUENCY BAND
Operating Frequency Range
2110-2155MHz
1710-1755MHz
Output power at antenna port (composite)
22dBm
22dBm
Pass band maximum gain
73dB
73dB
Gain attenuation range
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
Pass band ripple
± 2.5dB
± 2.5dB
Noise Figure @ max gain
6dB
6dB
Propagation delay
6 μsec
6 μsec
Number of filters per band (*)
Up to 6
Up to 6
850 MHz FREQUENCY BAND
Operating Frequency Range
869-894MHz
824-849MHz
Output power at antenna port (composite)
22dBm
22dBm
Pass band maximum gain
73dB
73dB
Gain attenuation range
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
Pass band ripple
± 2.5dB
± 2.5dB
Noise Figure @ max gain
6dB
6dB
Propagation delay
6 μsec
6 μsec
Number of filters per band (*)
Up to 6
Up to 6
1900 MHz FREQUENCY BAND
Operating Frequency Range
1930-1990MHz
1850-1910MHz
Output power at antenna port (composite)
22dBm
22dBm
Pass band maximum gain
73dB
73dB
Gain attenuation range
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
Pass band ripple
± 2.5dB
± 2.5dB
Noise Figure @ max gain
6dB
6dB
Propagation delay
6 μsec
6 μsec
Number of filters per band (*)
Up to 6
Up to 6
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
Power Supply
110/240 VAC
Power Consumption
<70 Watt for dual band, < 45 W for single band
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature Range
0 to 50°C
Humidity
85%, ETS 300 019-1-3 Class 3.1
MTBF, complete system
>70 000 hrs
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions
11.77” x 12” x 3.03” (b x h x d)
Installation
wall mount
Weight
8.9 Ibs for dual band
Complies with
FCC
(*) Supports every BW option 200kHz-25MHz by setting the start-stop frequency. Total number of filters is 6 in dual band
(Specification DIGImini_Americas_rev A)
SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
ORDERING INFORMATION
Identification
Description
DIGI Mini 850/1900
DIGI mini 850/1900 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 700U/1700
DIGI mini 700 Upper/1700 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 700L/1700
DIGI mini 700 Lower/1700 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 850
DIGI mini 850 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 1900
DIGI mini 1900 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 1700
DIGI mini 1700 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 700U
DIGI mini 700 upper 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini 700L
DIGI mini 700 Lower 6 sub bands
DIGI Mini Modem
DIGI mini GPRS modem
DIGI Mini Modem
DIGI mini CDMA1X modem (Verizon)
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Part Number
D-MINI-2208-2219
D-MINI-2207U-2217
D-MINI-2207L-2217
D-MINI-2208
D-MINI-2219
D-MINI-2217
D-MINI-2207U
D-MINI-2207L
D-MINI-GPRS-M
D-MINI-CDMA1X-M
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Commercial Off-Air
MULTI-BAND COVERAGE SOLUTIONS
D-MBR - Americas
DIGITAL MULTI-BAND REPEATER
Designed to meet North American frequency requirements
Up to four frequency bands in one compact enclosure
Software Defined Filtering of up to 12 sub-bands in each frequency band
Band modules for 700MHz (LTE), 850MHz (Cellular), 1700MHz (AWS) and 1900MHz (PCS)
Individual gain and ALC settings for each sub-band for single and multi-operator applications
Ideal for flexible In-building applications
Complies with TS 36.106 (LTE) and TS 25.106 (WCDMA) standards
Supports 700MHz upper and lower bands simultaneously
The new Digital Multi-Band Repeater (D-MBR) from Axell Wireless is a flexible, multi-band coverage solution
optimized for in-building applications. The D-MBR is based on the Axell Wireless’ innovative digital filtering
technology which support current and future frequency allocation. Up to four different frequency bands can be
implemented in one repeater casing. The solution can be equipped with modules covering the 700MHz, 850MHz,
1700MHz and 1900MHz bands. For each of these frequency bands, the D-MBR can provide selection and
amplification of up to 12 sub bands of programmable bandwidth with the new software defined filtering module.
Using an advanced ALC mechanism each one of the sub bands has an individual gain and ALC setting.
The Digital Mulitband repeater has a separate module for each frequency band. This architecture allows
redundancy, i.e. failure in one of the band modules will not have any impact on the other band modules.
Dedicated DSP per band allows the support of full bandwidth for each band without any limitation. The D-MBR is
connected to one donor antenna placed on the roof of a building and the radiating coaxial cable or antennas in
the area to be covered. Configuration and monitoring of the D-MBR can be done through an intuitive web
management GUI, either locally or remotely via a wireless modem. With the Axell Wireless advanced supervision
and control software, the entire fleet of digital multi-band repeaters can be monitored.
ORDERING INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION
DESCRIPTION (All with wireless modem as standard.)
D-MBR
Quad Band 700/850/AWS/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm, 8 filters
700/850/1700/1900 per band.
D-MBR
Quad Band 700/850/AWS/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm, 12 filters
700/850/1700/1900 per band.
D-MBR
Tri Band 700/850/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm, 8 filters per band; one
700/850/1900
open slot remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Tri Band 700/850/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm / 30dBm, 12 filters per band; one
700/850/1900
open slot remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 700/850 MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm, 8 filters per band; two open slots
700/850
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 700/850 MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm, 12 filters per band; two open slots
700/850
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 700/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm, 8 filters per band; two open slots
700/1900
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 700/PCS MCPA 32dBm / 30dBm, 12 filters per band; two open slots
700/1900
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 850/PCS MCPA 30dBm / 30dBm, 8 filters per band; two open slots
850/1900
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR
Dual Band 850/PCS MCPA 30dBm / 30dBm, 12 filters per band; two open slots
850/1900
remaining in chassis for future expansion
D-MBR AK
Wall mount accessory kit
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PART NUMBER
D-MBR
3207-3008-3017-3019
D-MBR
3207-3008-3017-3019-12
D-MBR
3207-3008-3019
D-MBR
3207-3008-3017-3019-12
D-MBR
3207-3008
D-MBR
3207-3008-12
D-MBR
3207-3019
D-MBR
3207-3019-12
D-MBR
3008-3019
D-MBR
3008-3019-12
D-MBR-WM-KIT
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The Axell Wireless D-MBR repeater is powerful enough to
drive a passive Distributed Antenna system (DAS) for
coverage areas over 100,000ft2 (9,290m2) in buildings,
parking lots, malls, warehouses and offices.
D-MBR Specification
RADIO MODULE FOR 700 MHz
Operating Frequency Range Lower band
Operating Frequency Range Upper band
Output power at antenna port (composite)
Pass band maximum gain
Gain attenuation range
Pass band ripple
Noise Figure @ max gain
Propagation delay
Number of filters (1)
RADIO MODULE FOR 850 MHz (CELLULAR)
Operating Frequency Range
Output power at antenna port (composite)
Pass band maximum gain
Gain attenuation range
Pass band ripple
Noise Figure @ max gain
Propagation delay
Number of filters (1)
RADIO MODULE FOR 1700 MHz (AWS)
Operating Frequency Range
Output power at antenna port (composite)
Pass band maximum gain
Gain attenuation range
Pass band ripple
Noise Figure @ max gain
Propagation delay
Number of filters (1)
RADIO MODULE FOR 1900MHz
Operating Frequency Range
Output power at antenna port (composite)
Pass band maximum gain
Gain attenuation range
Pass band ripple
Noise Figure @ max gain
Propagation delay
Number of filters (1)
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATION
Power Supply
Power Consumption
ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATION
Operating Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
Complies with
Humidity
MTBF, complete system
MECHANICAL SPECIFICATION
Dimensions
Weight
DOWNLINK
728-746MHz
746-757MHz
32dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 25dB
5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
UPLINK
698-716MHz
776-787MHz
27dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 25dB
4dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
869-894MHz
30dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
824-849MHz
27dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
3.5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
2110-2155MHz
30dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
1710-1755MHz
27dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
3.5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
1930-1990MHz
30dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
1850-1910 MHz
27dBm
82dB
0-25dB (in 1dB steps)
± 2.5dB
3.5dB
< 6 μsec
1 to 8 or 1 to 12
110/240 VAC
max 320W for 3 bands, max 400W 4 bands
14°F to 122°F (-10°C to +50°C)
-40°F to 185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
FCC/UL
85%
>70 000 hours
19” x 5U rack x 19.7” (b x h x d), (450 x 225 x 500 mm)
77 lbs (35 kg) for 3 bands, 86 lbs (39 kg) for 4 bands
ALL PARAMETERS ARE TYPICAL AT +77°F (+25°C). SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
(1)
Supports B/W option up to 20MHz by setting the start-stop frequency
(Specification D-MBR _rev C_USA_MCPA)
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Fiber Fed (Public Safety and Commercial)
OMU
Optical Master Unit
The Optical Master Unit (OMU) is used to convert
signals from RF to light when fiber fed repeaters are
used. The OMU is most often connected to a base
station. In these cases, an RF coupler is used to
couple off signals that are fed into the OMU.
An entry shelf unit can also be used in cases when the base station and the OMU are not located close to
each other. In the downlink direction, the OMU picks up the signal from the base station, converts it into an
optical signal and transfers it over a fiber optical cable to the repeater. In the uplink direction the OMU
receives the signal from the repeater via the fiber optical cable, converts it to a RF signal and sends it back
to the base station.
AUTOMATIC OPTICAL GAIN SETTING
The fiber optic system Axell Wireless has designed puts a clear focus on user friendliness and ease of
installation and commissioning. Through an automatic optical gain setting, the commissioning is easily
performed, thus reducing the time it takes to put the equipment in service. This also means that the training
is significantly simplified and the need for installation effort is decreased.
RELIABILITY IN SECURITY NETWORKS
TETRA is often used in security critical applications and Axell Wireless has therefore made reliability and
redundancy a key element in its design of fiber optic systems. By using what is often referred to as a star
typology, each remote unit has its own direct fiber connection to the OMU. One dedicated single fiber,
carrying both UL and DL signals (WDM or Wavelength Division Multiplexing technology), is then used to
serve each remote unit. Although it is preferable to use this type of configuration, a chain configuration
where the signal in the DL is coupled off to several remote units is also possible to realize when there is a
shortage of fiber.
EXPANDABLE SOLUTION
Each OMU can be equipped with up to six optical modules and therefore support up to six fiber-fed remote
units. If additional repeaters are to be fed from the same base station, it is simple to expand the system with
additional OMU units that in total will support up to 24 fiber-fed remote units.
REMOTE SUPERVISION
Only one modem is needed to communicate with an OMU and its fiber fed repeaters. The modem types
available are GSM, PSTN, TCP/IP and even GSM-R. The modem is found inside the OMU and
communication with the fiber fed remote units is transparently handled via the fiber that connects them. The
system can be managed via the Axell Wireless Repeater supervision and remote control software tool, AEM
(Axell Wireless Element Manager). All communication between the OMU and the repeaters – both data
communication and the transferred RF signal – is managed over the same fiber link, which results in a very
reliable supervision of the radio link.
The OMU supports VHF, TETRA, TETRAPOL, GSM-R, UMTS and GSM900, GSM1800 ,1900MHz and
2600MHz frequency bands and is always used in combination with one or several fiber fed repeater(s).
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OMU Specifications
RF Parameters
Frequency bands
Gain Flatness
Nominal RF input power
Maximum Absolute RF input power
Number of optical modules
Laser class
Master Optical Module Electrical Specification
Master
Optical Wavelengths
Slave
Optical output power
Master
Slave
Maximum Optical Input Power
Output Power (TX) max
Operating Temperature
Automatic fiber optic loss compensation
Power Requirements
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
External Electrical Interfaces
Local Maintenance Terminal
RF Ports
Optical Ports
AC/DC Mains Input
External alarms
Modem connector
Modem antenna connector
Ethernet connector
Mechanical Specifications
Dimensions (w x h x d)
Weight
IP rating
Reliability Specification
Lifetime (MTBF)
Optical
Fiber
Links
68-960/1710-2700 MHz
typical 2 dB (p-p)
+10 dBm composite power
+23 dBm composite power
1-6
Class 3
1310 ± 10 nm or 1330 ± 10 nm
1510 ± 3 nm or 1530 ± 3 nm or 1550 ± 3 nm or 1570 ± 3 nm or 1590 ± 3 nm
+5 ± 2 dBm
+5 ± 2 dBm
+5 dBm
+7 dBm
5°C to 45°C
Yes
230/115 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 24/-48 VDC
Typical 50 W (fully equipped)
RS232
N-type Connector Female
SC/APC
Plinth
Plinth
RJ45 or RJ11
SMA
RJ45
17.5 x 5.2 x 11.4 in (444 x 132.5 x 291 mm) 19” rack
15 kg (fully equipped)
IP20
>70 000 hrs
(Specification OMU_rev G)
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Fiber Fed (Public Safety and Commercial)
UHF FIBER FED REPEATER
BSF424
FIBER OPTIC REPEATER
Supports the use of Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM)
technology resulting in a limited need for fibers.
Remote supervision and alarm handling in the BSF424 is
realized through the fiber connection via the OMU unit’s
modem or optional via built in modem
The unique combination of high output power and highly
linear power amplifiers ensures large coverage with
uniformly excellent signal quality
The BSF424 can optionally be upgraded with a second
optical transceiver module for redundant fiber applications
The BSF424 is a fiber optic fed UHF repeater. The repeater is part of a system that is fed from an Optical
Master Unit (OMU). The maximum optical loss allowed for is 10 dB of fiber between the OMU and the most
distant last remote unit that the OMU supports. This offers great flexibility when providing RF coverage in
areas where it is not possible to rely on off air transmission. The fiber optic system is easily remotely
monitored and controlled by Axell Wireless effective supervision tool, Axell Wireless Element Manager.
AUTOMATIC OPTICAL GAIN SETTING
The optical gain is adjusted in the downlink chain by measuring the level of the pilot carrier sent from the
OMU. The level of the received pilot carrier is continuously monitored.
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BSF424 Specifications
Frequency Bands Available (MHz)
Operator bandwidth
Duplex distance
Impedance
Output power/carrier (D/L)
IP3
Noise figure (U/L)
Group delay
Fiber optic loss compensation
Spurious emissions from RF port
Intermodulation Products
Optical Module Electrical Specification
Optical Wavelength
Master
Slave 1
Slave 2
Slave 3
Maximum optical output power
Maximum optical input power
Power requirements
Power consumption
External Connection
Local maintenance terminal
Server Port
Optical Ports
Modem antenna connector
Remote connection
Mechanical Specification
Dimensions
Enclosure
Weight
Cooling
Environmental Specification
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Downlink
390-395
395-400
420-425
425-430
460-465
465-470
Uplink
380-385
385-390
410-415
415-420
450-455
455-460
5 MHz
10 MHz
50 Ω
1 carrier: +36 dBm, 2 carriers: +33 dBm,
3-4 carriers: +30 dBm, 8 carriers: +27 dBm
> +68dBm
<6dB, 5dB typical at maximum gain
2us max
implemented
< -36dBm
< -36dBm
Two color system
1310 ± 10 nm
1550 ± 3 nm
N/A
N/A
Three color system
Four color system
1310 ± 10 nm
1310 ± 10 nm
1550 ± 3 nm
1550 ± 3 nm
1510 ± 3 nm
1510 ± 3 nm
N/A
1550 ± 3 nm
+3 dBm ±2 dB
+2 dBm
230 VAC 50Hz, 115 VAC 60Hz, –48 VDC
<100 W, typical
RS232
7/16 DIN Female
1 x SC/APC Female
SMA
via OMU or (optional) GSM, GSM-R PSTN Modem or Ethernet
21.2” x 13.7” x 5/9” (540 x 350 x 150 mm)
Aluminum (IP65)
61.7 lbs (28 kg)
Convection
-77 to + 131°F (-25 to + 55°C)
-86 to + 158°F (-30 to + 70°C)
(BSF424_UHF_rev E)
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Fiber Fed (Public Safety and Commercial)
LMR AND MISSION CRITICAL SOLUTIONS
SMR 700/SMR 800
Fiber-Fed Radio Head - High Power for Public Safety
High Output Power
Convection Cooling
One, Two or Three Bands in One Small Enclosure
Low Noise Figure Leading to Higher System Sensitivity
Advanced and User-friendly Remote Control and Supervision
The Multi-Band Fiber Optic (MBF) fed radio head provides solutions for indoor and outdoor environments. It
offers seamless coverage for indoor environments such as tunnels, subways and large buildings and for
outdoor environments the MBF can be deployed to augment and/or replace Macro Cells.
The MBF-High Power provides up to +39 dBm composite output power while utilizing convection cooling
techniques eliminating the need for fans and increasing Mean Time Between Failure (MBTF) values. The
higher output power levels decrease the number of MBF nodes required
for deployment which in turn lowers capital and reoccurring costs.
Axell Wireless' robust fiber optic system allows MBF nodes to be installed
up to 12.5 miles from the base station providing greater flexibility when
designing radio frequency (RF) coverage for outdoor distributed antenna
systems. Furthermore, Axell Wireless can provide a complete line of
passive products (combiners, filters and couplers) as well as a state-ofthe-art Element Manager (AEM).
The MBF-High Power product family includes single, dual and triple band
options conveniently co-located in one small enclosure.
SINGLE BAND
The Single band version is available for
SMR 800 MHz
DUAL BAND
The Dual band version is available for
SMR 700/SMR 800 MHz
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OMU
Note !
This specification covers the RF-part of a typical Fiber Fed repeating system. Optimum levels for fiber to RF and typical
fiber link NFs are assumed. Please refer to Axell Wireless OMU for more details on the Fiber to RF properties.
SMR 700/SMR 800 Specifications
FREQUENCY RANGE
Downlink
Uplink
Operational Bandwidth
Composite Output Power
Gain U/L and D/L
System impedance
Return loss at antenna connections
Antenna connectors
Electrical ratings
Passband Ripple
TOTAL POWER CONSUMPTION
Single Band
Dual Band
Noise Figure
Propagation Delay
MECHANICAL
Dimensions - Single Band
Weight Single - Band
Dimensions - Dual Band
Weight - Dual Band
ENVIRONMENTAL
Enclosure (Single and Dual band)
Operational Temperature Range
Storage Temperature Range
MTBF
COMPLIES WITH
Radio
Safety
SMR 700 MHz
SMR 800 MHz
793-805 MHz
806-824 MHz
763-775 MHz
851-869 MHz
12 MHz
18 MHz
39 dBm
39 dBm
Nominal 30 dB, Adjustable, in 1 dB steps.
50 Ω
> 16 dB
7/16 DIN, female duplex
115 VAC, 230 VAC (alt. – 48 VDC)
< 2 dB
220W (at 39 dBm power output)
350W (at 39 dBm power output)
3 dB typical (maximum gain)
< 2 μsec
DIMENSIONS
21.26 x 13.78 x 5.9 Inches (540 x 350 x 150 mm)
46.3 Ibs (21 kg)
21.26 x 13.78 x 5.9 Inches (540 x 350 x 150 mm)
50.7 lbs (23 kg)
IP65 (NEMA 4)
-77 to +131°F (-25 to + 55°C)
-86 to +158°F (-30 to + 70°C)
> 100000 hrs
FCC part 15 Subpart B (2002), Class B ,
Radio frequency devices, Unintentional radiators
FCC part 24 Subpart E ( 2002 ), Personal communications services, Broadband PCS
UL 60 950-1, First Edition ”Information Technology Equipment" – Safety - Part 1:
general requirements UL 50 11th Edition “Enclosures for Electrical Equipment”
(Specification MBF-SMR700/800-HP-PS_rev B)
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Fiber Fed (Public Safety and Commercial)
850/1900/AWS/LTE700
MBF
MBF-RADIO HEAD - HIGH POWER
High Output Power
Low Noise Figure Leading to Higher System Sensitivity
One, Two or Three Bands in One Small Enclosure
Advanced and User-friendly Remote Control and Supervision
Convection Cooling
The Multi-Band Fiber Optic Fed (MBF) radio head provides solutions for indoor and outdoor environments. It
offers seamless coverage for indoor environments such as tunnels, subways and large buildings and for
outdoor environments the MBF can be deployed to augment and/or replace Macro Cells.
The MBF-High Power provides up to +42 dBm composite output power while utilizing convection cooling
techniques eliminating the need for fans and increasing Mean Time Between Failure (MBTF) values. The
higher output power levels decrease the number of MBF nodes required
for deployment which in turn lowers capital and reoccurring costs.
Axell Wireless' robust fiber optic system allows MBF nodes to be installed
up to 12.5 miles from the base station providing greater flexibility when
designing radio frequency (RF) coverage for outdoor distributed antenna
systems. Furthermore, Axell Wireless can provide a complete line of
passive products (combiners, filters and couplers) as well as a state-ofthe-art Element Manager (AEM).
The MBF-High Power product family includes single, dual and triple band
options conveniently co-located in one small enclosure.
SINGLE BAND
The Single band version is available for
850 MHz, 1900 MHz, AWS or LTE 700
DUAL BAND
The Dual band version is available in any combination of
850 MHz, 1900 MHz, AWS or LTE 700
TRI BAND
The Tri band version is available for
850 MHz, 1900 MHz, AWS or LTE 700
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OMU
Note !
This specification covers the RF-part of a typical Fiber Fed repeating system. Optimum levels for fiber to RF and typical
fiber link NFs are assumed. Please refer to Axell Wireless OMU for more details on the Fiber to RF properties.
MBF Specifications
FREQUENCY RANGE
AWS
1900
850
Downlink
2110 - 2155 MHz
1930 - 1990 MHz
869 - 894 MHz
Uplink
1710 - 1755 MHz
1850 - 1910 MHz
824 - 849 MHz
45 MHz
60 MHz
25 MHz
Operational Bandwidth
(1)
LTE 700
Lower band 728-746 MHz
Upper band 746-757 MHz
Lower band 698-716 MHz
Upper band 776-787 MHz
Lower band 18 MHz
Upper band 11 MHz
37/40 dBm
Composite Output Power
39/42 dBm
37/40 dBm
37/40 dBm
Gain UL/D
Nominal 30 dB, Adjustable, in 1 dB steps.
System impedance
50 Ω
Return loss at antenna connections
> 16 dB
Antenna connectors
7/16 DIN, female duplex
Electrical ratings
115 VAC, 230 VAC (alt. -48 VDC)
Passband Ripple
< 2 dB
TOTAL POWER CONSUMPTION
SINGLE BAND
DUAL BAND
TRI BAND
37/39 dBm option
140W
220W
350W
(1)
40/42 dBm option
220W
350W
--Noise Figure
3 dB typical (maximum gain)
Propagation Delay
< 2 μsec
MODULATION ACCURACY AT NOMINAL OUTPUT POWER
GSM / GSMK
< 2.5˚ RMS and < 10˚ peak
EDGE / 8-PSK
< 3 % EVM RMS
WCDMA / EVM
< 12.5 % RMS (composite according to ETSI TS 25.106 with TM 1/64 DPCH)
WCDMA / PkCDE
< - 33 dB (according to ETSI TS 25.106 with TM 1/64 DPCH and spreading factor 256)
LTE
According to TS 36.106
Frequency Stability
According to FCC (see below)
Unwanted emission
According to FCC (see below)
MECHANICAL
DIMENSIONS
ENCLOSURE
WEIGHT
21.26 x 13.78 x 5.9 Inches
Single band
IP65 (NEMA 4)
46.3 Ibs (21 kg)
(540 x 350 x 150 mm)
21.26 x 13.78 x 5.9 Inches
Dual band
IP65 (NEMA 4)
50.7 Ibs (23 kg)
(540 x 350 x 150 mm)
21.26 x 13.78 x 8.7 Inches
Tri band
IP65 (NEMA 4)
72.8 Ibs (33 kg)
(540 x 350 x 220 mm)
ENVIRONMENTAL
TEMPERATURE RANGE
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
MTBF
- 77 to + 131 °F
- 86°F to 158°F
> 100000 hours
(-25 to + 55 °C)
(-30°C to 70°C)
COMPLIES WITH
FCC part 15 Subpart B ( 2002 ), Class B , Radio frequency devices, Unintentional radiators
Radio
FCC part 24 Subpart E ( 2002 ), Personal communications services, Broadband PCS
UL 60 950-1, First Edition” Information Technology Equipment – Safety - Part 1 : General requirements
Safety
UL 50 11th Edition “Enclosures for Electrical Equipment”
(1)
40/42 dBm option only available in single or dual band.
(Specification MBF850_1900_AWS_LTE- HP_rev B)
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NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL
RMC and AEM
Complete Network Management
Axell Wireless supplies two powerful software tools - RMC and
AEM - for the configuration and management of repeaters either
singly or in networks. Both applications are Windows™ based
and run on Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The AEM can also
be run on Windows 2003 Server.
RMC – Repeater Maintenance Console
The RMC is a software tool designed to support on-line communication with repeaters, simplifying their
installation and control. The tool is used primarily at commissioning of repeaters on site, but also as a tool
for on-line monitoring and trouble shooting of repeaters.
All repeater parameters can be displayed through a userfriendly graphical interface and all settings in the repeater
can be made via the RMC. Dynamic information, such as
traffic utilization, input and output power levels are updated
continuously which makes the RMC an excellent help for
example at antenna installations and other adjustments in
the system.
The RMC communicates with one repeater at a time,
either via a RS232 interface directly into the repeater or via
remote access via modem. All repeater parameters can be
displayed and all settings in the repeater can be made via
the RMC. Dynamic information, such as traffic utilization, input and output power levels are updated
continuously which makes the RMC an excellent help for example at antenna installations and other
adjustments in the system.
User friendly Windows based interface
Provides an online status report of the repeater configurations
Excellent for troubleshooting applications
Configurations can be adjusted on a site-by-site basis.
Traffic monitoring via the RMC, the repeater firmware is automatically updated to the latest
version in use.
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AEM – Axell Element Manager
Central Management
All repeaters in a network can be managed from a central location;
parameters can be read, alarms monitored and configuration changes made.
Network Optimization
The AEM can be used as a tool for network optimization; repeater traffic reports are stored in a database
where they can be interrogated to optimize the network based on utilization statistics.
Excellent Overview
The network elements can be presented either on geographical maps or in logical tree structures where the
relationship between network elements are made clear which can be a valuable tool when it comes to
network planning and troubleshooting
The AEM is a complete operations and maintenance software application designed to supervise and control
repeater networks. It is an advanced yet user-friendly application that gives easy access to all information
about a network. Each repeater or element can be monitored separately or the whole network can be
presented in one overview chart.
The network elements can be assigned to geographical maps to further enhance the overview of the
installation. A logical tree shows the relationship and hierarchical build-up between the network elements this includes both base stations and repeaters. Alarm sources indicate if faults have occurred in any of the
repeaters and an extensive reporting tool enable optimized planning of the network’s coverage.
A repeater can be fully monitored and controlled via the AEM. In the status
window parameters such as channel numbers, uplink and downlink peak
power, status of different repeater parameters, external alarms, etc. are
displayed.
Other windows display hardware configuration, alarm log, sent messages
log, traffic and heartbeat log.
A network is configured by adding repeaters to it, placing them on a
geographical or logical map and also placing them structurally in the system
and finally by configuring the AEM repeaters settings.
These settings are phone numbers, report intervals, etc. Base stations can
also be included in the network. They can be configured geographically and
structurally in the AEM, but need no other configuration.
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RECENT PROJECTS
Some recent projects undertaken in the United States:
LA Metro
Atlanta Airport
MWAA – Dulles Airport
Pittsburgh (SEPTA)
WMATA – Buildings
San Diego Trolley
BART
Denver Metro
Baltimore Metro
Seattle Sound
MARTA
Lincoln Tunnel
DART
Meadowlands
US Military – ECM
Bronx Justice Bld.
Bank of America HQ
Irvine County CA
Indianapolis Airport
Pentagon
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Contact Details
Axell Wireless USA
15950 North Dallas Parkway,
Suite 400
Dallas, Texas 75248
Telephone: (972) 361-8038
Fax: (972) 361-8005
info@axellwireless.com
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Winner of
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise:
International Trade 2009
Axell Wireless U.S.A.
15950 North Dallas Parkway,
Suite 400,
Dallas, Texas, 75248,
United States.
Ph.: 972 361-8038
Fax: 972 361-8005
info@axellwireless.com
Axell Wireless U.K. (Head Office)
Aerial House
Asheridge Road, Chesham,
Buckinghamshire, HP5 2QD,
United Kingdom.
Ph.: + 44 (0) 1494 777000
Fax: + 44 (0) 1494 777002
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