“We are proud to announce the final development stage of 4G System Lab. This advanced planning and analysis tool is a natural continuation for our line of products including already successful LTE PHY Lab and WiMAX PHY Lab. At this stage, we would be happy to adapt the tool to individual requirements of prospective customers. The feedback we collected during the first public demonstration of 4G System Lab (National Conference on Radiocommunications and Television in Poznan, Poland in June 2011) makes us confident about the market need for 4G System Lab. We will stay firmly committed to broadband radio systems such as 3GPP LTE and mobile WiMAX.“ Dr. Slawomir Pietrzyk, CEO, IS-Wireless.
4G System Lab is an advanced planning and analysis tool for LTE and mobile WiMAX. It belongs to the category of system-level simulators truly reflecting the behavior of a modeled radio access network. A tool user selects and configures the radio interface (either LTE or mobile WiMAX), chooses appropriate channel and traffic models, defines the network to be analyzed, makes the choice on the set of RRM functionalities and runs the simulation. The tool is time-driven and models, with high accuracy, all the events that happen within a radio network. This includes terminals mobility, cell selection / reselections, attach, random access, admission control, handovers, power control, scheduling and many more. Special attention is given to co-channel interference (CCI) control, where functionalities managing CCI can be easily modeled and verified. After simulation, user-defined network statistics collected over defined observation time window, are available as reports for post processing.
IS-Wireless is an IPR provider and software developer specializing in OFDM/OFDMA-based radio interfaces. Our portfolio includes implementations of PHY layers for 3GPP LTE and mobile WiMAX. This is complemented by a set of design services targeted mainly at 4G operators and manufacturers. As experts working with OFDM/OFDMA since 1998, we truly believe in the success of these techniques and are fully committed to 3GPP LTE, aiming at solutions for LTE Advanced.