Sequans provides custom technology solutions to its customers in several vertical markets, including public safety, aviation, government, and transportation.

The solutions are based on modifications and enhancements made to products in Sequans’ two primary product families: StreamliteLTE for narrowband M2M and IoT devices, and StreamrichLTE for broadband, high-performance devices.

Sequans works with customers to develop custom solutions to meet their particular needs through a process of collaboration on defining, developing, integrating, and validating the solutions according to specific customer requirements. Working with customers on this basis, Sequans engineers have leveraged their extensive knowledge of LTE, based on many years of experience in 4G and 5G technology development, and have modified standard LTE for non-standard applications, resulting in powerful solutions for some of the world’s most exciting communication projects.

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Technologies

Ultra Large Cell Range

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Extended Doppler Support

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Non-3GPP Frequencies

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LTE for Satellite

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Applications

Aviation

Sequans developed specialized on-board devices for the European Aviation Network launched by Inmarsat and Deutsche Telecom. Working with Nokia and Thales, Sequans customized its chip technology to deliver advanced capabilities.

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Transportation

Working with the RATP (Regie Autonome des Transports Parisiens), the state-owned public transport operator in Paris, Sequans modified its LTE chip technology for use in the very challenging underground environment of the public metro system.

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Public Safety

Public safety communications devices require specialized technology for mission critical applications, such as ruggedized devices and high levels of security. Sequans has modified its technology for public safety purposes as a member of LTE4PMR (LTE for public mobile radio).

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Government

Sequans modified its LTE chip technology for the Japan government and worked with Japan Radio Company to develop a specialized CPE that required an ultra high powered radio front-end and was required to operate on the 200 MHz frequency band.

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