Source: The Critical Communications Review | Gert Jan Wolf editor
ADRF’s ADXV DAS interoperates with Motorola’s fully-managed private LTE/5G hybrid core offering,
Advanced RF Technologies, Inc. (ADRF), the largest pure-play distributed antenna system (DAS) and repeater provider, today announced it will resell and integrate with Motorola Solutions’ CBRS-powered Nitro™ private wireless networking system.
ADRF’s modular ADXV DAS supports all commercial and public safety bands in the US and Canada, capable of transporting frequencies from VHF to C-Band regardless of protocol or modulation. With the successful completion of Nitro interoperability testing, ADRF will now offer the fully-managed CBRS private networking solution to its extensive customer base across hospitality, airports, healthcare, education, sports & entertainment, and much more.
“Our reseller agreement with Motorola Solutions’ for the Nitro system continues a long-standing relationship between our companies, and supports our shared customer promise to deliver futureproof networking solutions,” said John Shubin, Sales Director at ADRF. “In addition to supporting 4G and 5G bands for all major US mobile carriers with our ADXV, we are expanding to CBRS-powered private networking to keep pace with growing demand for a more controllable and secure wireless offering.”
The completely cloud-managed Nitro private wireless broadband system offers secure and reliable communications with a 4G/5G hybrid core that can be deployed quickly and scaled as the organization grows. Its fast private broadband data puts forward twice the capacity and up to four times the range of Wi-Fi. Using the CBRS spectrum, Nitro provides commercial customers with customizable network elements including coverage, capacity, capabilities, cost, control and cybersecurity. It also offers push-to-talk interoperability with radios and mobile phones, using its WAVE PTX™ technology.
ADRF will be demoing the interoperability between the ADXV DAS and Nitro during Mobile World Congress Las Vegas from September 26-28, 2023 at the West Hall booth no. 832.
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