Purpose-Built for Enterprise Deployments

Radio Nodes (RNs) are high-capacity, power-over-Ethernet (PoE) capable, small cells. In any deployment, multiple RNs are deployed inside an enterprise or venue, and are connected to the Services Node using standard Ethernet LAN infrastructure. SpiderCloud offers a portfolio of Radio Nodes that support UMTS, LTE, LTE-U and LAA.


The SCRN-310 is a dual-carrier, dual-mode enterprise small cell capable of offering two sectors of capacity, either as UMTS or LTE. SCRN-310 small cells support:

  • Simultaneous UMTS and LTE service, with up to 32 UMTS channels and 64 LTE users, with peak LTE throughput of 150 Mbps
  • Simultaneous LTE operation in two bands, with up to 64 LTE users per band, with a peak LTE throughput of 300 Mbps with Carrier Aggregation

The SCRN-310 has advanced “network listen” capabilities to support SpiderCloud’s Self-Organizing Network (SON) capabilities. Radio Nodes are able to listen to other Radio Nodes, as well as to GSM, UMTS and LTE macro-cells. The SCRN-310 is available in multiple band class combinations, covering most major band classes used around the world.


The SCRN-320 is an LTE-U/LAA enterprise small cell, capable of supporting one licensed channel, supplemented with up to two unlicensed channels. SCRN-320 is capable of supporting up to 64 active users and a peak throughput of 450 Mbps.

The SCRN-320 has advanced “network listen” capabilities to support SpiderCloud’s Self-Organizing Network (SON) capabilities, including its Coordinated Coexistence Manager (CCM) for LTE-U/LAA.

Clip-on Modules for Cisco Wi-Fi Access Points

SpiderCloud has partnered with Cisco Systems to build a UMTS/LTE clip-on module for Cisco Wi-Fi access points. This allows enterprises who already have Cisco Wi-Fi access points to build an indoor UMTS or LTE network with no new cable pulls or Ethernet switches. Please visit the Cisco website for more information.


Radio Node Installation
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