mmW-Coverage | Extend Your FR2 mmWave Coverage Effectively | TMYTEK

What is mmW-Coverage

Planning the quantity and location of base stations are key factors in a successful deployment. mmW-Coverage solutions emulate gNB and UE with an SDR-based testbed, redistribute FR2 mmWave signals by reflectors to construct optimal coverage with reasonable cost.

mmW-SDR

Using an SDR-based gNB and UE is a powerful method to plan a deployment for a field. TMYTEK’s mmW-SDR testbed incorporates millimeter-wave technology and SDR for beamforming, beam tracking, and beam management in a network

Fast beam switching time

With a typical switching time of just 2 ms (Ethernet) or 2 μs (SPI Interface), our solution allows for rapid and accurate beamforming.

Fast beam steering time

Our typical T/R mode switching time is just 10 ns (GPIO), enabling quick and efficient transmission and reception.

Wide beam steering angle

TMYTEK’s 5G Beamformers offer 3D beamforming. The steering angle is ± 45° both vertically and horizontally.

XRifle

5G FR2 enables eMBB and URLLC with low latency and excellent reliability. However, mmWave faces significant propagation losses and can be blocked by obstacles, making it challenging to achieve optimal signal coverage at efficient costs. TMYTEK's XRifle Reflector enables users to customize EM signal distributions, cover dead zones, and create cold zones.

XRifle Use Case: Indoor

Electromagnetic surface (ES) patterns on interior glass or PCBs redistribute mmWave signals from different angles, enabling telecom and system integrators to quickly produce signal hot-zones and cold-zones, and simulate actual mmWave deployment.

XRifle signal Heatmap with and without ES

XRifle Use Case: Extend Signal Cross Floors

The XRifle Reflector solves signal transmission challenges within commercial buildings by strategically extending signals bidirectionally between different floors through cable shafts. After the installation, the signal improved 30 dBm from -90 dBm to -60 dBm.
Explore how XRifle Reflectors extend the signal cross floors in this use case.

XRifle- Extend Signal Cross Floors

How the XRifle Reflector Works

The XRifle Reflector allows for low-cost customization of mmWave signal distribution. The XRifle Reflector can quickly produce signal hot-zones and cold-zones and simulate actual mmWave deployment by strategically configuring its eight reflectors with varying incidence and reflection angles, such as the ES0045 with an incidence angle of 0 degrees and a reflection angle of 45 degrees.

Eight Angles

The eight commonly used reflection angles offered by XRifle Reflector help re-distribute mmWave signals to where they are needed the most, allowing telecom and system integrators to extend coverage and reduce the need for additional mmWave base stations, reducing overall costs.

Eight angles

Benefits

FeaturesBenefits
PassiveNo power is required. Ultra low installation cost. Zero maintenance
FR2 bandExtend and design your coverage right away for FR2 n257/n261
8 standard models, bi-directionalPlan the mmWave signal coverage with low cost standard angles
40 dB gainExtend the coverage of mmWave signal with gain
2 meter to infinitePlan the mmWave converge with reasonable number of reflector

Experience XRifle Reflector

Experience XRifle Reflector in our 3D interactive demo room
Smart Deployment Simulation with XRifle Reflector.

Documents

White Paper

5G mmWave Coverage Extension Solutions

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White Paper

5G mmWave Deployment Best Practices

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XRifle Flyer

Wider FR2 Extension and Cost-effective 5G mmWave Coverage Solution

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Use Case

Improve Indoor Deployment Coverage by XRifle

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Use Case

Extend Signal Cross Floors by XRifle

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