Company Introduces Device that “empowers the innovation of a new breed of 5G NR open small cell products”

By B.N. Frank

Worldwide opposition to 5G deployment has been ongoing for years due to a variety of risks associated with the controversial technology including:

In fact, recently AT&T and Verizon agreed to delay U.S. 5G deployment until January as well as limit it for six months due to aviation safety warnings.  Studies have also revealed that 4G service is still better and safer than 5G (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).  Nevertheless, companies are continuing to promote their 5G products anyway.

From RCR Wireless:


The PC802 SoC is a purpose-designed SoC for 5G NR/LTE small cell disaggregated and integrated RAN architectures

Picocom has introduced the PC802 SoC (system on chip), a flexible, low power device that the company claims “empowers the innovation of a new breed of 5G NR open small cell products.”

The PC802 is the product of three years of work, and is reportedly the world’s first 4G/5G device dedicated to developing small cells with integrated support for Open RAN (Radio Access Networks) standards.

“It supports disaggregated 5G small cell platforms, including indoor residential, enterprise and industrial networks, neutral host networks and outdoor networks,” Picocom stated in a press release.

The PC802 SoC is a purpose-designed PHY SoC for 5G NR/LTE small cell disaggregated and integrated RAN architectures that includes support for 4G. It also has an integrated O-RAN Alliance Open Fronthaul interface (based on eCPRI) to connect and communicate with Open RAN (remote) radio units (RUs) and JESD204B interfaces to connect with commonly available radio transceivers.

“For small cell applications, the PC802 device transforms FAPI messages from the L2/3 into IQ samples for the radio and vice versa. This includes driving the external physical and software interfaces, PHY processing and Digital Front End (DFE) functions,” said the company.

“We believe we’ve hit the ‘sweet spot’ in addressing the need for optimized silicon to power Open RAN,” commented said Oliver Davies, VP of marketing at Picocom. “We are delighted with the pre-launch interest in PC802 and the positive feedback we’ve received on its specification. For successful deployments, it’s clear that Open RAN needs optimized silicon, and PC802 SoC delivers. We expect to see PC802 in end-products commencing field trials during 2022.”


Since 2017 doctors and scientists have been asking for 5G moratoriums on Earth and in space (see 1, 2) and the majority of scientists oppose deployment.  Since 2018 there have been reports of people and animals experiencing symptoms and illnesses after it was installed (see 1. 2, 3, 4).  Of course, there are also health and environmental risks associated with 4G infrastructure too.  Both 4G and 5G small cell installation can reduce property value as well (see 1, 2).



Activist Post reports regularly about the 5G, small cells, and other unsafe technology.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites:

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