Omini (Outdoor Mini iSpectrum)

The Omini is an economical, compact progeny of the renowned iSpectrum with probe functionality. With its weatherproof case and compact foot- print, the Omini is ideal for smaller DAS sites or outdoor applications. It is perfect for tower-top installation, to monitor RRHs, or any remote systems. Embedded with an LTE modem, the Omini not only supports remote accessibility but also provides “end user experience” by gathering network performance data.
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iSpectrum Features

  • 1. Flexibility & Scalability
    The Omini is a compact iSpectrum encased by NEMA4 / IP65 rated enclosure – It is a perfect device for outdoor monitoring applications. There are 4 multiband RF input ports and 2 antenna ports. Each RF port has five virtual channels to monitor multiple bands, expanding the total number of ports to 20.
  • 2. Alarm and Communication
    The Omini has proactive noise floor and interference monitoring. There are 10 alarm blocks per channel including noise floor, interference monitoring and power threshold. In the web-based GUI, the user can define the upper and lower threshold limits as well as other KPIs to customize performance alarms.
  • 3. Recording and Playback
    The Omini has 32GB of continuous spectrum recording that allows the user to remotely access and replay all previously recorded data.
  • 4. Multiple Spectrum View
    The Omini accommodates both uplink and downlink signals and features many powerful analysis tools including dual-port view, 2D, and 3D spectrograms.

Probe (UWMS-06) Features

  • 1. Diagnostic Functionality
    The Omini works as a network diagnostic monitoring tool by collecting data in real-time and measuring mobile-based RF performance through the embedded LTE modem. Network parameters such as RSSI, RSRP, SINR and Cell ID can easily be measured, collected, and reported automatically and remotely.

  • 2. Multiple Band Capabilities
    The Omini automatically cycles through all available bands to measure RF signals, run diagnostics, and send scheduled “end user experience” KPI report.