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UAccess network provides high-speed data and voice services to both fixed and mobile users in NLOS environments. Thanks to the advanced technologies, the system offers large coverage, high spectrum efficiency (up to 15 Mbps / 5MHz), an efficient combination of high speed and low speed services, low cost terminals, and support of high mobility applications and N=1 deployment. The network is ideally suited to cover all usage scenarios including voice, broadband data, multimedia and trunking under fixed, portable and mobile conditions. With the advantages of integration of broadband and narrowband services, low cost and flexiblity, the UAccess network can be deployed rapidly and efficiently for both public and industrial users.

Cell2Sea is a complete solution operating in GSM 850, 900, 1800 or 1900 Phase II frequency range and is utilizing satellite back-bone for interconnection between the on-board radio access system and landline switching facilities. This solution allows passengers and crew members to use their cell phones while on board of the ships, as well as have access to Internet. Personal cell phones automatically switch to onboard network when a ship enters international waters where the land-based cellular coverage either weak or not available at all.  

Micronet SIMwatch is a combination of compact cellular base stations, control and processing servers aimed to collect, store and process information on mobile terminals IMSI and IMEI identities. The system collects all mobile phone identities and compares them against known criteria. When interconnected to any existing PLMN mobile switching center, this subsystem acts as a stand-alone cellular network node serving those subscribers who were added to the white list. Any mobile terminal with known identities will be seamlessly captured by Micronet Simwatch providing the user with actual handset location. Micronet Simwatch can be operated in two modes: as a stand-alone module, or as a remote node of any PLMN. Built-in control and processing server has a separate database used for black and white lists filtering and comparison. This internal database is real-time synchronized with the database located at CPS. When interconnected to any legacy PLMN, Micronet Simwatch acts as a separate base stations subsystem providing users with basic GSM and UMTS functionality.


Our solar powered GSM solution is based on fully integrated GSM cell sites on towers. The BTS is integrated with a highly spectrum efficient, wireless backhaul based on 2.3-2.7 GHz radio link. Optionally, any IP transport can be used as the backhaul. The base-station has a very low power consumption. The countries of Africa are the most suitable locations for the application of solar power technology. Africa is the most sun lighted continent but at the same time approximately one-third of the territory stays with no electricity at all. Solar energy production is especially useful in remote locations because of the excessive cost of transporting electricity from large-scale power plants. Therefore the solution has the potential to alleviate many of the problems with power supply for remote sites that face mobile operators.


We are committed to the development and implementation of innovative and highly effective engineering solutions within the wireless telecommunications industry, ranging from low scale enterprise solutions to macro networks for large corporate users. Any time your requirements for network infrastructure fall beyond standard offerings or require a combination of different technologies we will elaborate the most flexible and cost effective solution.

Military GSM (MGSM) utilizes redesigned and adapted civil Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) technology within military and other special scenarios and isolated deployments. The concept of MGSM networks architecture is based in a star topology with one central (hub) unit and several peripheral remote units located within the required coverage area. Depending on configuration, we propose very flexible solution starting from a unit housing signle Base Station to a box containing up to 8 transceivers allowing to serve 56 concurrent voice calls.