OneCell C-RAN Small Cell

OneCell Conquers a Coliseum
Publish Date: November 1, 2018

See how Nex-Tech Wireless and Fort Hays State University provide superior LTE service in a packed Coliseum with CommScope’s OneCell C-RAN small cell system.
Plug and Play with OneCell and DMS
Publish Date: November 1, 2018

CommScope’s award-winning OneCell C-RAN small cells and DMS device management system are designed to minimize deployment cost and complexity, while ensuring optimal performance for all users. This animation explains the plug-and-play process that happens automatically whenever a new OneCell system is brought online.
Cell Virtualization with OneCell
Publish Date: November 1, 2018

Cell virtualization, a breakthrough technique pioneered by CommScope and employed in the OneCell C-RAN small cell solution, allows multiple users to share the same wireless frequencies without interference, effectively multiplying wireless capacity. Cell virtualization has been likened to advanced 5G technologies, but it is available today in LTE with OneCell. This short animation explains how cell virtualization works.
OneCell Explainer Video
Publish Date: November 1, 2018

Learn how CommScope’s unique OneCell system uses a unique Cloud RAN (C-RAN) small cell architecture and other innovations to deliver a consistently high quality user experience with the simplicity and economics of managed Wi-Fi for public venues and large enterprises.
Evolution to In-Building 5G with OneCell
Publish Date: November 1, 2018

The OneCell® indoor wireless solution from CommScope, enables mobile operators to affordably meet the growing demand for indoor LTE service and easily transition to 5G when they’re ready. When deployed inside commercial buildings and public venues, OneCell creates an intelligent “super” cell, eliminating cell borders, handover issues and interference. Programmable radio points enable operators to modify baseband processing and migrate to more advanced radio technologies, like 5G NR, with a software upgrade. OneCell deploys over standard Ethernet LANs, making it faster and less costly to deploy.