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Release 15 Cellular IoT (LTE-M/NB-IoT) Small Cell
The Ubiik's goRAN is a fully-integrated LTE-M/NB-IoT Radio Access Network in a Small Cell form-factor. It comes with a flexible software-defined radio architecture supporting all FDD and TDD bands from 400MHz to 2.6GHz.
The Ubiik goRAN kit is pre-provisioned to be used with Monogoto’s Evolved Packet Core (EPC). A secure VPN connection is used to route both the control data and application data to and from Monogoto.
Get started by connecting the goRAN to the Internet using an Ethernet cable.
Type in the serial number of your goRAN kit and click Get to retrieve the current configurations.
Once logged into the Ubiik configuration webpage, start configuring the eNodeB.
- Type - Define your preferred technology (LTE-M or NB-IoT)
- Band - Choose your preferred frequency band Set the LTE Band Type to
Standard LTE, unless you want to use a non-standard band.
- TAC -
- UE Max. power -
2323 dBm is the default value - you can change the dBm if preferred. Note that in some country it is not allowed to exceed 23 dBm.
- Mode -
- Bandwidth -
- Coverage Level -
- External EPC -
- MME IP Address - type in the address received from Monogoto
- eNodeB GTP IP - type in the address received from Monogoto
- PLMN Number:
Applying the new configurations can be done by entering one or multiple Serial Numbers separated by spaces. Click apply to save the new configurations.
If the goRAN is powered on and connected to the Internet, it will automatically download and apply the latest configurations.