CTR. CTR - Capacity Transfer Radio and represents the name of the project.
Our own product is called CTRU (Capacity Transfer Radio Unit) and comes with revolutionary technology.
CSCT (Cellular System with Capacity Transfer) is an unique patented technology, which provides mobile operators with a cost efficient Plug'n'Play solution, enabling networks to expand footprint in sparsely populated and economically underdeveloped areas. Abstract Abstract.
In recent years, the rapid development and adaptation of information and communication technologies (ICT) have become important factors in the modernization of society, affecting not only economic indicators, but also people's lifestyles. In order to form a modern information and communication space, the development of the telecommunications industry, the creation of a modern ICT infrastructure, the spread of telecommunication and electronic services, and the formation of the foundations of a dynamic information society will continue.
Enhancing the role of information exchange is one of the main trends in the development of the global economy in the second half of the 20th and early 21st centuries. This process is most clearly seen in the developed countries, which began the transition to a post-industrial (informational) economy, characterized by an increased contribution of knowledge, technology, and know-how to economic growth. The increasing role of information as an intangible good and the most important factor of modern production requires the presence of special means that allow it to be included in production processes. In the conditions of informatization of the economy, one of the most important means of information exchange is telecommunications, or telecommunications, transmitting information at a distance through electricity, electromagnetic or light radiation. Together with the means of creating, storing, processing and using information, telecommunications form a single information and communication unit of the economy. The information and communication sector has become an equally important and comprehensive part of the national, regional and global infrastructure like electricity, health care, and transport.
Today, the penetration of mobile service in many geographic markets is still below 50%. The reason is the lack of economic viability for operators in building fully blown radio access networks in sparsely populated or economically depressed areas. On the other hand, telecom operators can significantly grow the number of unique subscribers only by improving coverage of rural and relatively poor areas. Many operators are looking for inexpensive, easy to deploy and reliable solution to expand their network footprint and provide services to millions of incremental customers in what now appears to be a very challenging territory.