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The SatSite Model 142 is a complete 4G LTE eNodeB, containing both the radio and baseband functions. It can also be configured via software to operate as a 2.5G GSM/GPRS BTS+BSC.

The SatSite Model 142 has a maximum output power of 20 Watts RMS for LTE or GSM operation.
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Features and benefits
Software configurable as 4G LTE or 2.5G GSM/GPRS.

Software upgradable to future LTE and LTE-A Releases.

Can be used with any IP backhaul.

Local break-out of GPRS and LTE IP traffic for edge computing.

Local media routing for GSM speech calls.

GSM backhaul loading as little as 8 kbit/sec/call.

Can be powered from solar panels in most parts of the world.

Linux-based OS means lower management costs.

LTE specifications

Radio interfaceLTE Release 11, FDD, 64-QAM; upgradable to 256-QAM with Release 12
Available bands1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 20, others on request
Operating bandwidth1.4, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz
MAC specslocalized or distributed VRBs, proportional fairness scheduling
Maximum connected UEsno fixed limit
Antenna configuration1x1 (SISO)
Network interfaceIPv4; IPv6
Network protocolsS1-AP; GTP; X2
Output power20 W

GSM specifications

Radio interfacephase 2+ GSM, software configurable for 1- 2- or 4-TRX
Operating bandsGSM850 EGSM900 DCS1800 PCS1900
Supported servicesSpeech (GSM-FR) SMS USSD GPRS
Call capacity7 FR calls/TRX
GPRSMultislot classes 1-9, CS-1 & CS-4, NMO 1-3
Network interfaceIPv4; IPv6
Network protocolsSIP/RTP; GTP
Receive sensitivity< -108 dBm
Output power20 W
Multi-TRX supportup to 2 W/TRX in 2- or 4-TRX mode

Hardware specifications

Power supply-48 VDC internally regulated, 120 W max, 80 W typical
Network interface100/1000 Ethernet, 2 x RJ-45 connectors
Enclosure50cm x 21cm x 11cm
EnvironmentalIP-67; -20°C to +50°C operating

Operation & Management specifications

Management interfacesSSH console, CLI, Web GUI
Performance measurementsvia FTP, as per 3GPP 32.425
Operating systemLinux, RPM-based
Related resources
Macrocell LTE eNodeB

Software-defined radio technology

IP-based backhaul

Unified BTS/BSC