Cost-effective scalability to efficiently meet growing capacity, coverage and migration needs. AirNet provides the easiest, quickest and most cost-effective way to evolve any wireless network from where it is today, to where it needs to be tomorrow.

Seamless interoperability: To ensure seamless interoperability among network components, all AirNet products -- including the AirNet® Base Station Controller (BSC) and Transcoder Rate Adapter Unit (TRAU) -- meet the latest Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) specifications. This open-architecture standard gives service providers the flexibility to combine best-of-class products and create the optimum network solution for their needs. AirNetís products also have demonstrated interoperability with the worldís leading mobile switching center (MSC) manufacturers.

Future-proof, cost-effective design: AirNetís future-proof Base Station Subsystem (BSS) incorporates advanced digital signal processing, a programmable switching fabric, and a software architecture based on the latest object-oriented design technology. This design delivers the high performance system service providers need to offer revenue-generating voice services today, with the assurance that the AirNet BSS will meet the high-speed broadband needs of tomorrow.

The most efficient way to evolve service implementation: When itís time to upgrade the AirNet BSS to support high-speed protocols like General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) or Enhanced Data for Global Evolution (EDGE), the simple installation of AirNetís Packet Control Unit (PCU) will fully support the Gb interface to any vendorís Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN). Everything else is just a software upgrade.

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BSC/TRAU Benefits:
  • Modular architecture

  • Low-power consumption system

  • Supports GSM Phase II A interface

  • Remote BSC operation

  • GPRS/EDGE software upgrade

  • Standard T1/E1 trunk connections

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