We solve interference problems in mobile networks

ISCO solutions improve mobile network performance by automatically removing many types of interference.

Our software applications condition the RF link between the base station and the subscriber device to cancel interference and improve signal quality. With tens of thousands of deployments under our belt, our products and solutions are proven to improve throughput, increase network accessibility and deliver more capacity.

ISCO’s patented algorithms apply artificial intelligence to automatically identify interference, detect the type of interference (PIM, narrowband, wideband) and use digital signal processing techniques to cancel interference and noise.

  • PIM Cancellation

  • Interference Cancellation

  • SINR Optimization

  • RF Filtering

PIM caused by Physical, Environmental and Spectrum Conditions

Signals from multiple transmitters can interact and create Passive Intermodulation (PIM) that degrades the uplink signal, coverage and overall network performance. The PIM problem is growing as networks evolve with more frequency bands being deployed. Our solution cancels PIM, regardless of its source.

New and Noteworthy

Interference ruins network performance and robs capacity.  Dynamic Spectrum Recovery, our newest software network function, uses artificial intelligence to cancel all types of non-cellular narrow and wideband interference without losing valuable spectrum.

Deployed on the CPRI uplink between the RRU and the BBU, this server is the gateway to all of ISCO’s software solutions.


Proud to be in the Top Ten of Crain’s Innovators List
ISCO is once again featured in the Crain’s list of Chicago’s Most Innovative Companies, ranked #9 based on the quality of patents filed in 2019 by Chicago-area companies.
Supporting IoT, Sensor, Security and other Applications on ISCO’s MEC x86 Server
ISCO’s ProteusCPRI is a standard x86 server that establishes an open compute, routing and storage platform in point-of-presence (PoP) cell sites .
Telecom Tipping Point – Fiber and optimization are needed to make 5G work
Network densification is required for increased and more ubiquitous connectivity.
RCR Wireless Report “Spectrum monitoring, testing and analysis” Features Insight from ISCO and Other Spectrum Experts
The radio environment is getting ever more complex and crowded, as new technologies, new devices and new spectrum bands come into play.
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