The Snap Network is designed for rural outdoor deployments. It is lightweight, weatherproof, low power, and can be set up in less than an hour. Snap can be configured as a standalone system (network-in-a-box) or as part of a larger public or private network.
Snap is a GSM/GPRS network access point that allows cellular handsets to interface directly with VoIP networks.
Range Networks’ commercial open source software allows operators to reduce the cost and complexity of their mobile networks. The Snap is a complete RAN node with integrated radio resource control. In small networks, Snap can be used as a complete network in a box comprising both RAN and core network functions. To minimize operating costs, Snap processes local calls without the need for backhaul.
- Public/private networks in hard to reach geographies
- Rural cellular and WLL services
- Rapid deployment by First Responders
- Private industrial networks (maritime and mining)
- Enterprise wireless PBX systems
- RADIO INTERFACE Phase 2+ GSM, GPRS software upgradable
- SERVICES SUPPORTED Speech/SMS, Packet data
- OPERATING BANDS 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
- CALL CAPACITY 7-14 concurrent full rate calls
- SERVICE RANGE 1.5-7.5 km, configuration and terrain dependent
- POWER SUPPLY 12-20 VDC unregulated, 35W max
- OUTPUT POWER Up to 2W/TRX
- SOFTWARE OpenBTS, Asterisk or Yate, Ubuntu Linux, subscriber registry, SMS server
- NETWORK INTERFACE PROTOCOLS Speech: SIP/RTP, GSM-FR codec. SMS: SIP RFC-3428 page-mode
- NETWORK INTERFACE Ethernet / IP
- MANAGEMENT INTERFACES HTTP, Browser based UI, SSH console, CLI
- OPERATING TEMPERATURE -40C to +60C (-42F to +140F) ambient
- DIMENSIONS ENCLOSURE Height: 12”, Width: 10”, Depth: 5”. IP-67 Compliant.