LTE LabKitTM - Lab EnodeB and LTE Callbox

 

Wireshark LTE Analysis on GSM/LTE LabKits
Legba LTE/GSM LabKit easy configuration for IoT tests
Simulating a complex LTE Network with the GSM/LTE LabKit
Controlling the LabKit with Javascript

Use it as a Lab eNodeB LTE & GSM basestation on your desk, or as a test callbox on your production line.
It comes in a light package (5kg or 10 pounds, including the phones).
Includes full Wireshark integration for access under the hood the LTE protocol both on the radio part and the S1 interface (S1AP) toward the core network. 

 

LTE LabKit with the free Hosted Core service provides the full functionality of an LTE/IMS/GSM/GPRS network.

It is intended for mobile network operators laboratory use, IoT and M2M application development, Callbox for IoT production lines, mobile phone vendors, and researchers.
The LTE LabKit used as a Lab eNodeB allows the easy and stable development of experiments and test procedures with the YateENB.

 

Components

The LTE LabKit is a Lab EnodeB running on a small factor PC computer that has preinstalled the following software components:

YateENB (eNodeB)

YateBTS (BTS)

YateLMI (Web management interface)​

 

Features

Wireshark monitoring traffic inside EnodeB ( S1AP, GTP ) interfaces.

LTE enb working mode (LTE EnodeB connected to a MME/MiniCore/HostedCore)

Capability to switch between working modes: GSM NiPC, GSM roaming, GSM dataroam, LTE enb

Supports both IPv4 and IPv6 connection

NOTE: All the features from GSM LabKit also apply.

 

LTE specifications

Radio interface: LTE Release 12 FDD, LTE Release 12 TDD

Available bands: filters and antennas provided for bands 5 and 8 can operate any FDD band up to 3.8 GHz

Operating bandwidth: 1.4, 2, 5, 10, 15, 20 MHz

MAC specs: localized or distributed VRBs, proportional fairness scheduling

Maximum connected UEs: no fixed limit

Antenna configuration: 1×1 (SISO)

Network interface: IPv4; IPv6

Network protocols: IP

Output power: up to 70mW (18 dBm)

 

Communication Interfaces

S1-MME: S1AP, YateENB ↔ MME

S1u: GTP, YateENB ↔ SGW and YateENB ↔ MME

SIP, RTP: YateBTS ↔ VLR (GSM only)

Gi: YateBTS in nipc mode

SGi:IP, connects to Public Data Network

 

Communication protocols

GTP-U: or S1u interface

S1AP: Signalling for LTE enb mode

HTTP:

OpenVPN: Securely connects LabKit to YateUCN/MiniCore/HostedCore through a direct connection

SNMP (if configured): Signalling for LTE enb mode

Telnet:

 

Physical specs

23.5 cm depth / 24.5 cm width / 10.5 cm height

Weight: 2.5 kg

 

Hardware Interfaces

1 Dual Gigabyte Ethernet

2 DVI and HDMI video*

3 USB for mouse and keyboard

4 12V Power supply, 100-240V AC, 50-60Hz (included)

*Due to radio interference, we strongly recommend to use DVI/HDMI connectors only for the initial setup

 

What you get:

1 LabKit (mini-ITX PC + bladeRF + software)

2 LabKit power adapter

3 Two antennas for 850/900/1800/1900 MHz operation

4 filters for LTE Band 5 (GSM 850) and LTE Band 8 (EGSM 900)

5 Two smartphones and chargers

6 use of the hosted YateUCN core network

7 10 SIMs configured for Hosted Core and NiPC

8 USB Wifi Adapter

 


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