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Indoor Solutions

Extend your boundary towards
better indoor wireless experiences

Limitless wireless experience
with Samsung’s
Link indoor solutions

Next-generation networks are rapidly being deployed across the globe with wireless service providers swiftly rolling out macro networks to expand coverage, enterprises deploying private networks and subscribers expecting powerful seamless 5G service for both outdoors and indoors. Samsung’s indoor product portfolio covers all frequency bands from mmWave to mid/low-band spectrum and provides diverse options

Assessing when 5G
for indoors is right for your business

Today’s enterprises applications and use cases demand powerful wireless networks that have expanded beyond the unlicensed wireless standard. While Wi-Fi 6e is a strong option for certain indoor business needs, 5G technology has advanced to meet the ever-evolving needs for indoor connectivity. As your organization sets out to determine which technology will best meet your wireless network requirements, it’s important to assess the features and benefits of each technology.

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Compact yet powerful
all-in-one solution

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Samsung's Link Cell supports strong 5G performance in the mmWave spectrum for indoor applications. The product has integrated the baseband, radio and antenna into a single unit, connecting back to the network via fiber. Despite its small form factor, Samsung's Link Cell provides Gbps data throughput and is suitable for hotspots and high traffic areas, where high capacity and low latency are a necessity.

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Flexible and effective
5G service

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Samsung's Link HubPro provides scalable indoor deployment for both LTE and 5G. The solution is comprised of indoor radio units and a radio hub connected through PoE which enables easier installation as the indoor radio doesn’t require extra power cables. Moreover, operators can design the number of indoor radios and hubs to be linked. Furthermore, the multiple indoor radios can act as single cell to widen 5G coverage, and later they can be used as individual cells to secure performance and coverage for hotspot areas. Therefore Link HubPro can be a coverage expansion solution for large venues such as office buildings or subway stations at early deployment stage and later a capacity solution to adapt increasing traffic demands.

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Fast and easy DAS system upgrade
to 5G service

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Samsung's Link Hub is a radio interface unit that bridges the baseband unit and the passive DAS headend, converting data traffic into radio signals for the DAS system. It supports both LTE and 5G with dual-band or single-band options for low and mid-band spectrums. If a building already has an existing DAS system, operators can easily upgrade their indoor network to 5G and reuse legacy infrastructure to save both time and cost.

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Unlocking possibilities
for boundless
5G experience

With these 3 different types of solutions, Samsung supports diverse operator needs, including those dictated by their frequency licenses and building environments. While utilizing operators’ resource efficiently, the solution will also provide better 5G experience and open up new and advanced services.

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