Standalone mobile system for secure broadband communications in rugged terrain

August 02, 2016 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Israeli start-up Celliboost has developed and begun marketing a standalone mobile system that uses ordinary mobile infrastructure for fast transmission of large-volume landline-quality high-resolution data, audio, and video communications.

The company has already won its first customers in Latin American countries, such as Mexico and Chile. It plans to recruit business partners and distributors to expand its foothold in global markets.
The Celliboost system is designed for communications in rural and open areas. It is suitable for militaries, security and homeland security organizations, law enforcement, and emergency services, as well as telecommunications companies, such as radio and television stations.
The new Israeli technology offers broadband access for both internet and control centers of end-customers. Celliboost offers a response to an existing need in broadband mobile communications in all types of terrain and all kinds of mobile coverage – from 3G, through GSM, to LTE. The platform allows the simultaneous use of up to four mobile channels, independent of the mobile operator, and supports two operating methods – bonding and load balancing.
The algorithm-supported system can link to any communications interface, including satellite and ADSL, across all operating characteristics of the broadband channel.
During development, Celliboost’s experts linked four different mobile SIM cards to create a single strong communications system with continuous bonded bandwidth. The platform can combine 3G, 4G, and LTE technologies with interfaces, such as VSAT, WAN, and Wi-Fi, and other mobile links to provide fast and stable communications without delays.