Private Wireless-Malin 5G

5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, provides higher speed, lower latency and greater capacity than 4G LTE networks. 5G has the potential to reach 20 Gbps speeds based on 3GPP industry specifications.

This means quicker downloads, much lower lag and a significant impact on how we live, work and play. 5G speed and other connectivity benefits are expected to make businesses more efficient and give consumers access to more information faster than ever before. As Public Carriers roll out 5G technology, people are beginning to experience its transformative capabilities.
For businesses, the 5G service from Public Cellular network providers have some limits. Commercial 5G service can be set up easily, but enterprises do not have control over how network resources are used, how the coverage is provided or visibility into how the network traffic is being processed. Being limited to Carrier-defined coverage, availability and policies mean being exposed to overage fees and even throttled data during peak network usage.

The other networking option available for enterprises, Wifi has its own challenges with coverage gaps, security exposures and bandwidth limitations. Just as in Nybsys Private LTE offerings, Nybsys Malin private 5G solution can address the challenges of both Carrier network offerings or corporate Wifi networks. Malin 5G is a versatile and robust enterprise network solution where a single deployment can support a lot higher traffic than Wifi, without the need to manage and deploy extra access points.

Enterprises and institutions no longer have to depend on Mobile Carriers for mobile coverage within their premise boundaries and can avoid coverage gaps and call-handoff issues prevalent in cellular or Wifi networks. Enterprise IT can manage their own network rules, assigning appropriate priority to urgent communications. They don’t have the headaches of managing two modes of network access and enterprise users can use the same mobile device in the office and at home. The Malin private 5G infrastructure can even support narrowband low power cellular IoT technology like LTE-M and NB-IoT that can support applications like wearables, POS, home security or smart agriculture and smart city solutions.

The evolution to 5G speed

The evolution to 5G wireless speed

What is Private 5G aka 5G LAN?

Private 5G is a local cellular network that includes cell sites and core network servers dedicated to supporting the mission critical nature of business. There is no fundamental difference between public and private LTE networks. But unlike congested public wireless networks, a private wireless network limits access to subscribed users, increasing reliability by avoiding contention and interference. And unlike Wifi, with lots of access-points, a 5G network can support a lot more users and higher bandwidth, across a much larger area with each of its cell-site radio-heads. A private 5G solution is sometimes referred to as a 5G LAN, when it is well-integrated with the Enterprise IT infrastructure, sharing network rules and policies.

A private wireless system works as a single private cellular network typically at different frequencies than those used by Telecom Operators. These frequencies are allocated and reachable within range of the private 5G infrastructure. Just like any other cellular 4G network, the three major components in private 5G architecture are: UE, RAN and EPC.
User Equipment (UE) refers to phones, tablets or mobile modems, etc. from which users connect via IP and access broad-band data services. UEs have a SIM card, which stores user-specific data such as the user’s phone number, home network identity and security keys etc.

The Radio Access Network (RAN) consisting of base-stations and remote radio units (RRU) or active antenna units (AAU) handles the radio communications between the mobile and the evolved packet core.

The evolved packet core (EPC) communicates with packet data networks (PDN) in the outside world such as the internet, private corporate networks or the IP multimedia subsystem.
Within the RAN, gNodeB (gNB) is the hardware that is connected to the mobile phone network that communicates directly wirelessly with mobile handsets (UEs), like a base transceiver station (BTS) in older GSM networks.

In 5G, the gNodeB are split into a Central Unit (CU) and Distributed Unit (DU), allowing distributed configurations

Key Features of Malin 5G

To keep track of too many access points or different types of devices for hybrid usersis a challenge. . NybSys’ best-in-class Private 5G network—Malin 5G addresses these challenges and provides fast and secure connectivity. Malin 4G’s scalable deployment infrastructure makes private LTE networks more reliable, robust & efficient. If your organization prioritizes high-speed, ultimate security, smooth connectivity, and mobility, you can benefit from Malin 4G by NybSys.


Malin private LTE network is more reliable than congested public networks. The reliability of Malin's private wireless network is enhanced by restricting access to only paying subscribers, who are less likely to cause congestion and interference. Malin's cell-site radio heads can accommodate more users and greater bandwidth across a larger area.

Communications Integration

Through Nybsys’ world-class partnership with L3Harris, in addition to LTE coverage, wider coverage via secure P25 networks can be provided. Also, Nybsys own Sentra DMR solution can offer integrated business-critical communications options.

Nybsys bundled

Nybsys Malin customers benefit from the breadth of Nybsys product offerings. By using Malin 4G, customers can get all-in-all proven solutions like PTT software, rugged phones, video cameras, and Internet of Things (IoT) sensor gateways.


Nybsys Malin systems can easily support 1000 users with coverage that can go up to 2 km and beyond.

Support Versatile

Looking for large-scale fixed-area coverage or a mobile vehicle-mounted ad hoc network setup? Nybsys Malin platform provides both of these functionalities, along with the convenience of deployable "manpack" setups, that is ideal for deployment in remote areas. In the smaller configurations, Nybsys offers a Network in a Box (NIB system that includes a small core.

Benefits of NybSys Malin 5G

Nybsys simplifies the deployment of private LTE networks. This allows enterprises to enjoy the following benefits of the Malin private wireless solution.


By keeping bulk of data transfers within the network, 5G does not incur any high carrier network data usage cost which makes it an affordable solution over public LTE. A one-time network setup in a restricted premise can lead to a long-time reliable source of network connection for that area.


The LTE network runs on a stack of the spectrum including- licensed, shared, and unlicensed frequencies This allows high bandwidth with low latency which can be regulated by the administration panel. Wi-Fi is deployable only in unlicensed spectrum.


The fixed-cost private LTE solutions are easily deployable. NybSys offers a Network in a Box (NIB) option which is easy to install, all included with a battery pack. The system can boot up within a minute and the entire core of the network can be cloud-based.

A Gain in
Business Agility

There is no need to wait for a hardware refresh as there is no hardware dependency in the baseband code of this private cell network. The backhaul network connects RAN to the core network over the cloud and gives full access to handling the private network.

High Flexibility
and Availability

The private network removes dependency over the public network. As a result, an enterprise can control the optimum usage of the service by detecting any unauthorized traffic. Its priority-based bandwidth division also helps to eliminate any unwanted congestion.


Enterprise network administrators can set their own Quality of Service settings for different types of network traffic without having to be at the mercy of public carrier network administrators. This control allows enterprises to run their network they best see fit for optimum business.


Man-in-the-middle-type attacks are easier on wifi networks by spoofing wireless AP names. LTE requires SIM-modules and an encrypted challenge-response mechanism which is harder to break Wide Area Coverage The Malin private LTE architecture is scalable to future networking upgrades, spanning from 4G / 5G to next gen revisions of technology.

Wide Area

The Malin private LTE architecture is scalable to future networking upgrades, spanning from 4G / 5G to next gen revisions of technology. Enterprises don’t have to jump on expensive 5G right away, but start with adequate coverage with 4G, with a path to 5G from Nybsys.

Who can benefit from Malin Private LTE?

Enterprises facing the following pain-points can benefit from Malin:

Difficult to provide Wi-Fi coverage due to line of sight issues at hilly contour areas or dense areas which impacts utilization

Using unlicensed spectrum outdoor faces difficulties with interference from neighboring Wi-Fi networks and also from wireless devices at surrounding sites

Very short coverage range due to limited transmit power allowed by regulations. e.g FCC only allows 50 mili watt Wi-Fi power

Public Mobile network is often not available or congested

If an enterprise wants to transfer a high volume of data over a public LTE network, they might fail due to network congestion or expected overuse of network during peak hours. Other devices might face a poor connection as more bandwidth will be used up for the transfer..

In such cases, it will be both time and cost-effective to send the file over a private network which will avoid external packet hindrance. So enterprises like big manufacturers, industries, hospitals, public safety, etc. can set up their own cellular network. NybSys delivers the necessary components to form this private network. And several application systems embedded with the Malin LTE system help enterprises establish needed voice and data communications when no public network is available.

Malin has beneficial usage in many different verticals

Identifying verticals where common customer business-drivers and use-case patterns apply, helps make better use of the power of MALIN.

  • A real-time view of operations relies on accurate data on field operation activities, reliably transferred from the field and assets. There needs to be consistency in data acquisition from various sensors, field devices and remote workers. Malin’s high capacity, reliable communication network with remote backhaul addresses this in all verticals where this is important.

  • To improve efficiency of the production process, there is a need to optimize utilization of assets, such as vehicles, or diggers, through remote connectivity to central field asset management systems. Malin offers broad network coverage enabling connection of multiple assets and devices autonomously.

  • To allow workers to efficiently spend time in the field providing business value, they need to be able to access and update applications that can process information from the field. Malin provides secure connection to the corporate network with the ability to extend to external internet services. This capability is essential for field worker productivity across many verticals.