The all-purpose base station
Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Station is highly adaptable. Thesame modules can be used to build either macrocellular ormicrocellular coverage. Small or large confgurations arealso possible, rom a 1 TRX confguration right up to 216TRX, indoors or outdoors.This enables operators to use Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Stationto meet all applications and coverage needs, whetherbuilding wide area coverage or rural areas or microcellularsites to provide capacity or hot spots or urban areas.
Flexible capacity in the smallest size
Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Station can be confgured withbetween one and 216 TRX, providing smooth capacitygrowth that matches demand precisely.By using compact modules, Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Stationbrings a new level o exibility or building both outdoorand indoor sites. Furthermore, eliminating the need or acabinet, which is oten quite large, makes Nokia Flexi EDGEBase Station the market’s smallest GSM macro base stationor any capacity. With Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Station, you arenot orced into using a 24 TRX cabinet when you only need a6 TRX base station, or example.The high level o integration enables a 24 TRX NokiaFlexi EDGE Base Station to ft into the same volume as aconventional 12 TRX cabinet. In addition, a 4+4+4 TRXconfguration can be built with a module stack less than 1meter high.
Fewer sites are needed
Available in GSM 800, 900, 1800 and 1900 requency bands,Nokia Flexi EDGE Base Station oers industry-leading radioperormance. A balanced link eaturing high transmit powerand excellent receiver sensitivity helps to create a larger cellsize or greater coverage.There are several ways to boost the base station’s reacheven urther. Nokia Flexi EDGE TRX can be used in doublepower mode, while the base station supports Nokia SmartRadio Concept (SRC), together enabling output power o 200W. The uplink perormance can be improved by using4-way uplink diversity and mast head amplifers.The modular design and small size enables networkplanners to pinpoint better sites or each Nokia Flexi EDGEBase Station. The base station can be installed next to theantenna, avoiding the need or long eeder cables thatattenuate the signal. Nokia also supports operators withplanning services to achieve optimum placement o basestations during network planning.With these measures, the number o sites needed can bereduced by up to 50%, helping to speed up roll out andbringing down radio network costs even urther.