Creating the next generation of NLOS backhaul solutions for 4G networks
Founded in 2008, MAX4G consists of a small, but tightly focused group of system engineers and developers devoted to creating the next generation of NLOS backhaul solutions for 4G networks. Our team has extensive experience designing embedded devices and carrier class communications systems, with specialty skills in leveraging nextgen SoC platforms for microcell and point-to-point products.
Our solutions are low cost, easy to install, and provide up to 520 Mbps throughput with extremely low latency giving carriers unparalleled flexibility for deploying small cells at street level, and bringing capacity to where it’s needed most.
At MAX4G, we’re excited about the future. Our team has a proven track record, strong working relationships with major component and technology suppliers, and intimate knowledge of the carrier community’s needs.
By 2015, it’s estimated that equipment manufacturers will be shipping nearly 4 million pico cells per year, and that more than a third of the pico cells in service will be connected via NLOS backhaul products. That makes us feel pretty good about being in the right place, at the right time, with the right product.
Eden Prairie, Minnesota
MAX4G is a developer of next generation Non-Line-of-Sight backhaul solutions for high density 4G networks. Our products enable carriers to deploy street level microcells in locations where fiber and microwave backhaul are neither practical, nor feasible. MAX4G solutions offer best-in-class performance for throughput and latency, unparalleled flexibility, and compelling economics for small cell deployments.
The MAX4G NLOS backhaul system is housed in small, lightweight weatherized enclosures suitable for mounting on light poles, junction boxes, or other street furniture. The link consists of a pair of nodes: a primary node, which originates all configuration, connection establishment and timing; and a secondary node, which acts in partnership at the remote end. Each node features integrated antennas, an external antenna connection, and multiple Gig-E ports used for data traffic as well as a separate Ethernet port available for management.
4G Wireless Service Providers in Europe, North & South America, and Asia