The 4G LTE Network Extender 2 for Enterprise Is a 4G LTE coverage solution for mid-sized locations (10,000-100,000 square feet), enhancing the network experience for enterprise and government customers who have weak 4G LTE in-building wireless coverage. While Advanced Calling (VoLTE) is supported, customers with legacy 3G and 4G LTE devices that do not support Advanced Calling may also need to purchase 3G Network Extender for Business units for 1xRTT Voice support. The new 4G LTE Network Extender supports License-Assisted Access (LAA) carrier aggregation providing even higher capacity. Supports Closed Subscriber Group (CSG) to prioritize resources on the 4G Network Extenders 1 and 2 for Enterprise. This feature allows the customer to provision and updates CSG lists in Hybrid or Closed Mode. Hybrid Mode: lists members have priority. Closed Mode: only list members can attach to Network Extender for Enterprise. Enables a single unit to support approximately 31,500 square feet of circular coverage area with 62 active users/connections. The number of idle devices supported may vary based on the locations usage pattern. Is relatively simple to deploy, compared to a Distributed Antenna Systems, and designed for self-directed installation. Currently, the product is not recommended for a cluster size greater than 3 units covering a maximum building size of 100,000 square feet. if u have space, we can add the first section of the requirements System requirements
110 Volt power supply
Minimum of 20 Mbps downlink with 10 Mbps uplink and 50 Mbps downlink and 20 Mbps uplink recommended available bandwidth
Adequate GPS Signal for indoor GPS antenna. In some cases an outdoor GPS antenna (available through third-party suppliers) may be required
Had to work with Verizon directly. Great product. Bought two for ample coverage. Warehouse space.
none - 2 months ago
This Samsung network extender was difficult to set-up on a secure internet business connection and Verizon support refer troubleshooting to Samsung and Samsung support point back to Verizon for support. Our units would not connect because they would indicate the MAC address of the unit was already in use. After taking weeks to successfully getting it to work (takes shutdown for at least 4 hours if it stops), they have stopped working again and 3 more weeks of downtime and still not working. I DO NOT RECOMMEND.