Wireless traffic is increasing exponentially, with an ever-increasing demand from traditional users and the advent of IoT (Internet of Things). This demand requires more spectrum and different QoS (Quality of Service) targets. CelPlan has the necessary knowledge, skills and tools to design the IoT networks and deploy the 5G networks.

  • Design of Mission Critical Networks

Many new applications to be served by wireless are mission critical, requiring high reliability and low latency. CelPlan has the experience to design these networks

  • New Radio

The objective of the new radio is to provide the different QoS for the different services. CelPlan does consider all those requirements in its designs.

  • mmWave Design

5G technology extends the spectrum usage to mmwave frequencies. CelPlan designs do cover the entire mmwave bands.

  • Massive IoT (LPWA)

A low-power wide-area (LPWA) network is a type of wireless telecommunication wide area network designed to allow long range communications at a low bit rate among things (connected objects), such as sensors operated on a battery. The low power, low bit rate and intended use distinguish this type of network from a wireless WAN that is designed to connect users or businesses, and carry more data, using more power. The LPWAN data rate ranges from 0.3 Kbit/s to 50 Kbit/s per channel. A LPWAN may be used to create a private wireless sensor network but may also be a service or infrastructure offered by a third party, allowing the owners of sensors to deploy them in the field without investing in gateway technology.

These networks have low data rate devices, but the quantity is massive.

  • Licensed and Unlicensed Spectrum

CelPlan design networks for licensed and unlicensed bands, as they are subject to different interference profiles.

  • Spectrum Sharing

CelPlan can coordinate spectrum access in case of spectrum sharing.

  • Training

5G and IoT are new technologies that require additional knowledge. CelPlan is a unique position to provide the required training.