Adaptive Radio Networks(ARN) - Solutions for Dynamic Use of UHF Bands (478-698 MHz) U-Band Wi-Fi

Spectrum, Power & Frequency/Channel Agility to connect people and things.

  • TV White Space & 700 MHz (470-770 MHz) and other "Sub 1GHz Bands"
  • Nearly 100% of the "Beachfront UHF/VHF" wireless spectrum (TV White Space) is not used today representing Multiple Billions of dollars in un-locked value and potential.
  • FCC Certified in 2014, OFCOM-ETSI/IDA/IC Certifiable Soon
  • Higher Power Versions available based on regulatory flexibility(2, 5, 10, 60 Watts)
  • Can be used today in 5, 6, or 8 MHz TV channel sizes depending on regulatory rules
  • 12, 18, and 24 MHz solutions coming soon where allowed

The only "Carrier Grade" UHF Wide Band End to End Adaptive Radio Network.

  • iOMC Network Management System
  • Scalable from small to large public and private network configurations
  • Superior Latency (6ms) - better than LTE
  • Flexible Service Provisioning Features

New or Enhanced Broadband via fixed, nomadic and mobile connectivity

  • Up to 20 Mbps per each channel / 120 Mbps Per Sector Shared Capacity
  • 5-10X greater coverage vs. 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi

For more information:

21 Concourse Gate, Suite 2, Ottawa, Ontario K2E 7S4 Canada

+1 (613) 366 1768


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6Harmonics was created in 2010 with its headquarters in Ottawa, Canada. Over the years, 6Harmonics have been the leading supplier of TV Whitespace systems to companies like Google and Microsoft and deployed in Canada, USA, Singapore, Africa, China, Philippines, S. Africa, United Kingdom, Uruguay, Scotland and more to come. In 2015, 6Harmonics officially launched its "Carrier Grade" systems and is the leading supplier of Sub 1 GHz UHF TV Whitespace solutions for real world impact in all the following vertical markets:
  • Wifi Backhaul
  • Content Provider
  • Incumbent Service Provider Enhancement
  • Broadcasters (2 way networks)
  • Public Safety (Alternate LTE Strategy)
  • Wireless Internet Service Provider
  • Utilities (Smart Grid)
  • Municipal Broadband Providers
  • Federal Agencies
  • Media/Software Companies
  • Application Service Providers
  • Temporary or Emergency Networks
  • Local Schools/Universities
  • Digital Signage Distributions
  • Independent Networks
  • Video Surveillance
  • In-Home IOT (Internet of Things) / Enterprise Networks
  • Machine to Machine (M2M)