In CA mode, contiguous or non-contiguous channels are aggregated to provide up to 40 MHz bandwidth. This doubles the downlink capacity when CA mode is used with all Cat6/7 or higher user equipment. In DC mode, each carrier is treated as an independent cell, supporting 96+96 users, with each supporting 5, 10, 15, or 20 MHz bandwidth. Using a Nova430i in DC mode simplifies and streamlines the deployment of split sectors. In addition to CA and DC mode options, HaloB (an embedded MME option) is available on the Nova430i as part of the base software. The Baicells patented HaloB solution migrates the necessary core network functions to the eNB. This product comes with a standard product warranty; an extended warranty is available.
Baicells Nova430i Outdoor TDD eNodeB