Reduce CO2 emissions

Maven digital DAS will reduce CO2 emissions from the equipment with 1200 tons compared to an RRU-solution

IT/Telecom equipment is one major consumers of electricity in an office building. Maven digital DAS, the most energy efficient DAS solution in the market, will reduce CO2 emissions from the equipment with 1200 tons compared to an RRU-solution calculated on 10 years of operation for a medium size building. Maven digital DAS will support building owners obtaining green building certifications.

Train Coverage with TOR – Train Onboard Repeater

Maven Wireless has released its next generation of repeater platform for rolling stock coverage aimed for primarily train and ships.

The cellular TOR is a highly capable all-digital cellular train onboard repeater platform supporting multi-operator, multi-band installations for all EMEA bands. The TOR platform embeds up to four cellular bands plus the GSM-Rail band in the same compact enclosure. The +30 dBm output power in the uplink ensures the data rate and link quality onboard the train even in rural areas where the base station antenna is far from the track. The compact unit has been optimised to fit into virtually any train type. The product meets all needed standards for rolling stock equipment.

Maven Wireless & Telenor in contract

Maven Wireless has signed a 4 year contract with Telenor to provide Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and repeaters in Norway.

Maven Wireless will supply a broad range of its repeater and DAS product variants under this new agreement. All power classes from low power to medium- and high power models are included with a range of different frequency combinations. Telenor will benefit from Maven Wireless’ newest fully digital repeaters and DAS systems, which support all relevant standards including 5G NR. The Maven Wireless product portfolio assists Telenor in their strategy to build digital capacity throughout Norway. Telenor Group strives to reduce the environmental and climate impact of its operation: this effort will be supported by using Maven Wireless energy-efficient solutions.

Let’s talk about 5G DAS and Cloud RAN

Let’s talk about 5G DAS and Cloud RAN at #MWC2019, you’ll find us in our usual spot at Hall7F41. See you there! #5gnr #das #ibs

Maven Wireless becomes an O-RAN Alliance Contributor

Maven Wireless is proud to be an active contributor to the O-RAN alliance where we are building the Next Generation RAN.
As mobile traffic increases, mobile networks and the equipment that runs them must become more software-driven, virtualized, flexible, intelligent and energy efficient. The O-RAN Alliance is committed to evolving radio access networks— making them more open and smarter than previous generations. Real-time analytics that drive embedded machine learning systems and artificial intelligence back end modules will empower network intelligence. Additional virtualized network elements with open, standardized interfaces will be key aspects of the reference designs developed by the O-RAN Alliance.

Radio access network (RAN) with an architecture that splits the baseband units (BBUs) installed in centralized locations and radio units (RUs) distributed at cell sites, where the two are connected by a fronthaul interface, has proven to be effective in many commercial 3G/LTE deployments. Centralization provides performance benefits (e.g. multi-cell/frequency coordination) and cost benefits (e.g. opportunities to increase resource pooling and reduce site rent). With the requirements for RAN becoming ever more challenging and diverse, the need for such split RAN architecture is becoming increasingly important.

Meet us at Mobile World Congress 2018

Maven Wireless will introduce the world’s first 6 band fanless digital DAS remote at Mobile World Congress, February 26 – March 1, 2018.

You can find us in Hall 7, at Booth 7F41.

We’d love to meet you, drop in or contact us to schedule a personal meeting to discuss how you can benefit from Maven’s innovative DAS solutions.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Introducing the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS

World’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS for critical communications and public safety networks by Maven Wireless

Stockholm, Sweden, September 25, 2017 – Maven Wireless, the game changer in wireless coverage, announced the arrival of the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS, (Distributed Antenna System) for in-building coverage at, Critical Communications MENA 2017 in Dubai.

Mission critical communication is all about providing effective voice and data at emergency sites, preserving lives and assets, and assuring public safety.

Operators of Critical Communications and Public Safety networks are moving toward combining effective voice communication capabilities with nationwide public safety LTE networks, enabling features such as video streaming, file sharing and real-­time analytics, without compromising security.

As TETRA is still being deployed by operators across the world, the networks must support coexistence between TETRA and public safety LTE.

Maven Wireless is now introducing the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS system for Critical Communications networks to the market.

“Maven DAS end-to-end digital platform allows for mixing TETRA and public safety LTE supporting coexistence and transition between these protocols.” said Fredrik Ekström, CEO, Maven Wireless. “This capability with multi-band remotes will save public safety operators from deploying parallel systems for each protocol”.

System robustness is improved by the introduction of a unique patent-pending automatic redundancy functionality, achieved by meshed interconnections in a distributed peer-to-peer architecture where system configuration is synchronized across all units.

Environmental impact is reduced thanks to Maven’s unrivalled power efficiency, which also halves battery back-up requirements.

Find out more at Critical Communications MENA in Dubai 25-26 September, 2017 or contact us at

Meet us at Critical Communications MENA in Dubai

Hello Critical Communications world,
Maven Wireless will participate at the Critical Communications 2017, 25-26th of September in Dubai, where the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS for in-building and tunnel coverage will be presented.


Maven Wireless aims higher as a Eurostars SME

We are proud to be among the very few companies approved to join the Eurostars SME international family. Eurostars selection is based on our R&D excellence and high degree of innovation, which gives our products competitive advantages that are rapidly marketable with global reach.

Look out for news about additional products to our game changing digital DAS platform in the near future.

Eurostars is co-funded by the Eureka 36 member countries and the European union Horizon 2020 framework programme.

Reducing CO2 emissions

A large amount of energy is needed to power the mobile network infrastructure. This makes energy efficiency an environmental as well as a business priority.
There are several initiatives to increase energy efficiency in mobile networks by GSMA, EUREKA (Eureka/SooGREEN) and other organisations. In Sweden, Tele2 is launching an extensive project to make its 4G network even more energy efficient to contribute to the highly set climate goals for 2020 that Sweden and the UN have established (Tele2 Press Release).

Mobile networks are experiencing an exponential growth of traffic volumes, associated with the emergence of new services. Telecom manufacturers and operators should design mobile networks that are able to absorb this drastic increase of traffic while mastering their energy consumption.

Maven next-generation digital DAS is designed to support the expansion of existing mobile networks including future technologies such as virtual RAN and 5G. At the same time, Maven digital DAS’ power consumption is reduced to less than half the power consumption of current solutions, reducing operating costs, environmental footprint and eliminating cooling fans.
For a medium size DAS system this means an annual cost saving of approximately 20kEUR. The annual energy saving is equivalent to the combustion of 70 tons of coal generating 124 tons of CO2 emissions.