This kit comes with everything you need to deploy an Airspan AirSpeed 1030 ENB to its full potential using the Althea KeyLTE platformThe KeyLTE Starter Kit is an inexpensive way to try out Althea's simplified approach to deploying private 4G LTE networks. It is designed for bench testing, pilot projects, and small-scale real world deployments. If you are a hand-on learner who wants to try the most innovative and easy to deploy LTE option available, then this kit is for you.
When configured and deployed correctly, this kit allows you to connect up to 2 endpoints with fixed wireless internet access. Each endpoint can use up to ~150 Mbps downstream, and ~10 Mbps upstream, with latency under 40 ms (results vary depending on deployment conditions, but these are realistic figures for both bench tests and real world deployments).
The kit includes everything you need to get a small LTE network up and running:
- QTY 1 - KeyLTE Smart Router with integrated EPC (Protectli 6 Port i5)
- QTY 1 - ENB (Airspan AirSpeed 1030, including required licenses)
- QTY 1 - Airspan AirSpeed 1035 Universal pole and wall mounting kit
- QTY 2 - CPE (Global Telecom Titan 4000)
- QTY 2 - CPE Althea Home Router (models vary)
- QTY 2 - Althea SIM cards (pre-installed and registered)
- MISC - all required patch cables, POE injectors, AC adapters, etc.
All equipment ships pre-configured to be as plug-and-play as possible. When you order your kit, our team will reach out to you by email to coordinate a time to help you get everything up and running. This first time setup typically takes 1 - 3 hours.
This kit utilizes the CBRS spectrum (Band 48, 3550 - 3700 MHz), which is unlicensed and free to use in the United States and many regions of the world. If you live outside of the US, please check your local regulations regarding CBRS spectrum, or reach out to us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org
DC Power Cabling (specify length of cable needed)
SAS - will you use Althea's SAS and CPI signing services, or deploy your own?
Netspan - will you use Althea's Netspan instance and ENB templates to deploy and manage your ENB, or will you deploy your own?