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MIC newsMIC Nordic releases a cost effective, compact sized repeater designed specifically for confined indoor areas, compensating for the BTS network coverage deficiency weak spots.

MIC Nordic´s CEO Mats Larsson saysOur Company saw the increased need in the market for a smaller sized repeater that could offer improved quality coverage with extra application advantages, suitable for installing in cramped indoor spaces and all types of vehicles. Together with our designers we produced the smallest repeater model on the market today. The competitively priced MIC Nordic TMR400 Repeater has received extremely positive user feedback.

This exceptionally efficient repeater is the perfect solution to improve coverage in confined indoor areas or cramped surrounding places where TETRA weak spots require signal improvement.A robust, compact repeater  MIC
(weight just 1.7 kg) for easy installation in any restricted indoor spaces and all types of vehicles where it is essential to have quality wireless coverage.

Facts about MIC Nordic AB
MIC Nordic is a systems integrator that provides complete solutions, which means services such as the preliminary investigation, design, supply of equipment, project management, commissioning operation and maintenance.

Our core business is the infrastructure for indoor coverage of mobile networks like FM, TETRA, CDMA 450, GSM, UMTS, LTE and GPS.

Drop by and see us at booth A802

For additional information, contact:
MIC Nordic Norgegatan 2, 164 32 Kista, Stockholm, Sweden
+46 8 23 97 00 • info@micnordic.se • www.micnordic.se


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