In the NPF Micran collected the first in Russia universal base station LTE Multiradio BTS

NPF "Micran" released the first batch of base stations of mobile networks fourth-generation technology Long Term Evolution (LTE) in the Tomsk Special Economic Zone — in Russia these stations are collected for the first time.


According to NIA Tomsk in the press service of the company, in the first batch of Russian-purpose base stations LTE Multiradio BTS released Tomsk Special Economic Zone in late August. In 2012, "Micran" expects to enter the production of 10,000 plants per year.


According to the NPF "Micran" multistandard base station offers unique opportunities to build websites and provides the evolutionary transition to LTE for mobile operators owning paired frequency bands, as well as for wireless broadband operators with unpaired spectrum. When using Multiradio BTS guaranteed low power consumption, the requirements of capacity, even with the ever-growing mobile data traffic and high spectral efficiency.

The developers also note that mobile broadband services will provide a quality comparable to the quality of DSL. Technology LTE, complying with 3GPP Release 8 will be capable of transmitting data at speeds up to 173 Mbps (MIMO 2×2). The technology allows you to maintain different carrier band of 1.4 to 20 MHz, that is, the band channels can be easily adapted to the existing range of the operator, or to combine the available spectrum in several technologies.

Currently, GSM traffic continues to grow, operators and vendors are busy building up capacity and coverage HSPA. New technology has a high spectral efficiency and reduced cost information transmission unit.

"We employ some of the best researchers in the country in the field of wireless communication systems, microwave radio measuring equipment, microwave modules and GaAs monolithic integrated circuits, and we have every reason to believe that we will be able to make a worthy contribution to the success of the project. In addition to developing truly innovative product, which is of great importance for the region, we hope that the leading position of our partners in the field of LTE will accelerate the transfer of our country the necessary competencies and innovative technologies", — Said Victor Guenther, CEO of NPF" Micran. "

In March 2011, the Ministry of Economic Development has approved a draft Nokia Siemens to produce LTE base stations in Tomsk.

NPF "Micran" — one of the largest innovative companies in Tomsk. On the Prospect of Kirov is building a five-story building "Micran" where the plant will be located metalworking, telecommunications equipment, measuring equipment. It also will house developers and administrators.


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How to complete the RIA Novosti news from Tomsk:
Previously, the company's CEO Victor Gunter reported that the co-production will be organized in the southern area of the Tomsk special economic zone in two stages. The ground will use the Corps of Engineers in the SEZ for assembly production of 10 thousand plants per year, will be built on the second production building.

In turn, CEO of Nokia Siemens Networks in Russia Christina Tikhonov reported that the company will work for export, the initial volume of about 10,000 stations LTE in the year and in the future — up to 100,000 plants per year. Tikhonov did not name the cost of the organization of production, adding that in Western Europe, the implementation of such a project costing $ 50 million.

Chairman of the Board "RUSNANO" Anatoly Chubais said that the big three operators agreed on the development of Russia's fourth-generation communications networks. The "RUSNANO" ready to participate in the project capital and credit.

Nokia Siemens Networks is one of the largest telecommunications hardware, software and professional services, through its work in 150 countries.

Scientific and Production Company "Micran" was created in 1991. Its principal activities are the production of telecommunication equipment, instrumentation and microwave accessories microwave path, radar equipment, security systems, GaAs monolithic integrated functional elements in the centimeter and millimeter range.

Technology LTE, complying with 3GPP Release 8 will be capable of transmitting data at speeds up to 173 megabits per second (in return). It improves the CDMA and UMTS, increasing the efficiency of data transfer services, reducing costs to provide these services to extend its range. Furthermore, this technology allows integration with existing protocols.

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