A private network radio (eNodeB) facilitate the communication from/to devices acting as a transceiver, allowing devices to transmit and receive data in the private network.

The Radios page, accessible from the Private Networks page, displays a comprehensive list of all radios associated with the account. The page highlights key details such as the radio vendor, environment (indoor/outdoor), the private network that it's connected to, its IP address, transmit status, clock synchronization status and the radio trunk status, which is the S1 connection between the radio and the private network's edge.

Here is a list of radios we've already tested in our lab.

To access a particular radio configuration, live status, and event information, simply click on the action icon.

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