Powertec Information Portal

Welcome, the Powertec Information Portal is your centralised source for all product and technology details within our industry ecosystem. Right now our system is under development, but we welcome our industry partners and clients to enjoy a sneak peak at what we're building.

The world of wireless and energy technologies can be difficult to keep pace with. The challenge is made even more difficult by the often complex and non-standardised way by which each manufacturer or developer talks about their equipment. Powertec's Information Portal aims to solve this by representing equipment in a standardised format that uses relational associations, removing any doubt about compatibility between not just other components but technologies themselves.

What You'll Find Inside:

  • Detailed Product Specs: Get the data that matters.
  • Ecosystem Overview: A clear view of our broad technological landscape.
  • Solution Designs: How to build technology systems for your clients.
  • Efficient Navigation & Filtering: Built with your time in mind. Find what you need quickly.
  • Regular Updates: Our commitment to ensuring that the information remains current and relevant, to the best of our abilities.

Latest Knowledgebase Articles

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This page acts as a quick reference to IEEE Std 315-1975 for the production of antenna component diagrams, containing the most commonly used RF...

This document has been composed to provide an authoritative reference on acronyms and abbreviations used in Powertec documentation. The definitions...

UMTS frequency bands are spectrum allocations dedicated to use for 3G Universal Mobile Telecommunications System networks. Bands are harmonised...

5G NR (New Radio) has been developed to operate in two distinct bands; sub-6 GHz (3GPP 38.104-5.2.1 FR1), and mmWave (3GPP 38.104-5.2.2 FR2). Despite...

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