As the world continues moving faster, the rise of 5G technology unlocks unprecedented opportunities for connection, data processing, and mission acceleration. Using a radio and core network combination, 5G accommodates higher data throughput opens the door to new capabilities, new ways to connect technologies, and new ways to communicate.
This revolution not only empowers the communications industry, it now enhances the mission for signal collection operators who rely survey on technological capabilities to comprehensively map cellular networks; something current mission tools cannot do in a 5G world.
We are ahead of the 5G curve.
We are proud to introduce the ICS-550 and Qp2: the first mission-ready 5G cellular network survey tool for combat operations.
ICS is a simultaneous cellular collection system for any location. Other tools require extensive knowledge of the network and training on the equipment, but with ICS there is no specialized education or expertise required. ICS-550 is our first-generation 5G survey solution. This product supports both the evolution of 5G non-standalone (NSA) and standalone (SA) networks. It uses a downconverter to survey the new frequency bands allocated for 5G networks while simultaneously scanning sub 6 GHz frequencies. Use of a downconverter keeps the unit light, portable, and easy to use for comprehensive mapping tasks.
Qp2 is a handheld option for micro-level network mapping tasks. Qp2 is a compact handset that doesn’t require any additional hardware to operate. Operators can carry it easily wherever the mission takes you. The mobile handset can simply be carried with you, wherever you go. Qp2 can be configured to fit your protocol survey needs, including 5G. Qp2 opens the door to Parsons’ full suite of products such as ICS which supports cellular survey on a larger scale.
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