The Vanu® Private GSM Network is capable of operating as a

The Vanu® Private GSM Network is capable of operating as a
The Vanu® Private GSM Network is capable of operating as a standalone
GSM network or as a GSM extension to a VoIP wireline network. The system
is comprised of the Vanu SuperPico and a small laptop based GSM MSC.
The SuperPico is a weatherproof, power-efficient GSM Base Station
Subsystem (BSS) that is specifically designed for outdoor deployments. It has
a superior transmit footprint than most Micro Base Stations. It is the ideal
solution for total cost reduction, easy integration, and fast deployment.
There are two main components of the SuperPico GSM BSS – the
SuperPico Cellular Radio and the SuperPico BSS Controller. Each Cellular
Radio is a tower mountable RF front end unit that provides support for a
single GSM transceiver (TRX). The BSS Controller is a baseband processing
unit with the capability to support up to three SuperPico Cellular Radios. It
can also be configured to host a Base Station Controller (BSC) function and
a PCU (Packet Control Unit) function. Together the SuperPico Cellular
Radio and BSS Controller constitute a GSM BSS offering that can efficiently
deliver voice and data services in a compact and portable package.
The SuperPico offers a rich set of 2.75G user services and features including
AMR based GSM Voice, MO/MT SMS and GPRS/EDGE Data. It allows for
incremental capacity and feature upgrades to be administered remotely as
the demands of the networks grow. With such a “pay as you grow” model,
unnecessary upfront capital expenditures can be avoided.
Coupled with a laptop based MSC, the SuperPico is ideally suited for rapid
deployment or mobile GSM infrastructure. The system can operate in
disconnected mode when a backhaul network is not available, and can
utilize and IP network for backhaul when available, The system has been
qualified with satellite, microwave, DSL, and WiFi backhaul networks.
The system is optimized for rapid setup with minimal configuration before
being able to make voice calls. The system automatically recovers from
power outages within one minute and can be completely software
configured and upgraded remotely when a backhaul network is available.
The system can utilize alternative power such as solar or vehicle, the
SuperPico consumes a maximum of 40 Watts of power in the single TRX
configuration, and 100 Watts in the tri-sectored configuration shown to the
Input power 24V DC +/- 15% (external or solar) , 4 pin circular 16AWG
External AC power supply available
Power Consumption 1 TRX: 40W peak , 3 TRX: 100W peak
Antenna Type N
Terrestrial Backhaul 100/1000 Mbps Ethernet , RJ-45 connector (max distance of 100m)
Integrated Backhaul Element STM SatLink modem (optional)
Reliability MTBF > 15 years
Radio Standards
Frequency bands 850 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 1900 MHz
System services GSM / GPRS / EDGE
Remote update of firmware/software
GPRS / EDGE Multi-slot classes 1-12
Capacity 1 TRX per cellular radio, up to 3 cellular radios
Power 33 dBm (850/900 bands) , 30.5 dBm (1800/1900 bands)
Tx attenuation 20 steps of 1 db each
Frequency Stability 0.1 ppm over 10 years
Rx Sensitivity -104 dBm
Management & Alarms
Configuration Management Web GUI, FTP, SSH
Remote Management Activate TRXs, Modify transmit power, Enable GSM/ EDGE features,
Performance Monitoring Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) , Alarms SNMP-based
Operating temperature -20 to +55 degrees C
Storage temperature -35 to +80 degrees C
Operating relative humidity 100% (IP66 sealed)
Dust/Water Protection IP66 sealed
Form Factor
BSS Controller: 285 mm (H) x 340 mm (W) x 120 mm (D), Weight 5.8 kg
Cellular Radio: 283 mm (H) x 255 mm (W) x 87 mm (D), Weight 3.0 kg
Housing material Cast aluminum, powder coated Cast aluminum, powder coated
Brackets Wall and pole mounts Wall and pole mounts
Platform: Windows XP laptop
Supports: GSM switching, SMS, VLR/HLR functionality
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