Juni

Juni Logo Juni were established in in Sydney Australia in 1988, but have expanded into several offices around the world. They offer a range of coverage solutions which include repeater products, indoor and outdoor WiMAX basestations.

They are one of the few WiMAX femtocell vendors, demonstrating this product at trade shows. Their range also includes a WiMAX femtocell provisioning and configuration servers.

Their JFW-500 WiMAX femtocell is based on 802.16e (i.e. Mobile WiMAX) and has an ethernet connection to the network via domestic wireline broadband (such as cable or DSL).The unit can support up to 90 users, has an RF power output of 50mW and incorporates 2 MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output for improved performance).

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The JFW-520 model is very similar but also integrates a cable modem into the same box.

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