SC5

Software Defined Radio that supports a range of applications including GSM, UMTS and LTE base stations.

SC6

A high capacity, low power LTE base station.

SC7

A Software Defined Radio platform with wider bandwidths, more radio channels and enhanced processing resources.

cellXica has been developing radio equipment since 2010.  Much of this exploits the Software Defined Radio (SDR) approach to target specialist applications.

 

We have developed a number of platforms that make extensive reuse of hardware, firmware and software. These can be customised to meet a range of requirements, allowing bespoke solutions to be efficiently developed.

Our team, based in Cambridge, UK have decades of experience in developing radio equipment, embedded systems, cellular base stations and handsets.

 

The SC5100

Incorporating an SC5024 board and capable of supporting a wide range of applications, including base station and test equipment applications, in the range from 70MHz to 3.8GHz on Tx and 70MHz to 4GHz on Rx. The equipment includes a battery pack offering about two hours of active usage or may be connected to the mains. It is frequently used for development of new applications.

The LXW5

A standalone LTE base station.

 

 

The SC6000

A highly integrated, compact LTE base station platform based on the Marvell Octeon Fusion-M CNF7345 LTE SoC and compatible with the associated Marvell protocol stack software.

The EXSITE-M3Q

The EXSITE-M3Q is a 3GPP release 9 compliant, 2×2 MIMO LTE basestation supporting 32 connected-state users for Band-3 applications such as in-building or rural coverage. As well as native LTE, it can support an embedded GSM carrier which makes it particularly attractive for opportunities with limited spectrum availability such as the UK’s 3MHz guard band.

The SC5100

Incorporating an SC5024 board and capable of supporting a wide range of applications, including base station and test equipment applications, in the range from 70MHz to 3.8GHz on Tx and 70MHz to 4GHz on Rx. The equipment includes a battery pack offering about two hours of active usage or may be connected to the mains. It is frequently used for development of new applications.

The LXW5

A standalone LTE base station.

 

 

The SC6000

A highly integrated, compact LTE base station platform based on the Marvell Octeon Fusion-M CNF7345 LTE SoC and compatible with the associated Marvell protocol stack software.

The EXSITE M3Q

The EXSITE-M3Q is a 3GPP release 9 compliant, 2×2 MIMO LTE basestation supporting 32 connected-state users for Band-3 applications such as in-building or rural coverage. As well as native LTE, it can support an embedded GSM carrier which makes it particularly attractive for opportunities with limited spectrum availability such as the UK’s 3MHz guard band.