Bumblebees are small, portable devices used to validate Pollen network coverage. Bumblebees collect data from Flowers, such as signal strength and connection speeds, and then send that information to the Pollen network to confirm coverage.
Bumblebees should be used to validate your own Flower and to validate other network coverage while traveling in your car, on a bike, or on foot to map the network while you're on the go. Bumblebees earn PCN for validating the network.
See the Bumblebee Guides from Pollen here: Bumblebee – Pollen (pollenmobile.io)
- Bumblebee v1
Pollen Bumblebee v1
- Linux device with AM3358 ARM processor, 4GB Flash storage, and 512MB RAM
- Integrated Siera Wireless MC7411 LTE modem, Taoglas 600-6000MHz 4G/5G antennas with 60% efficiency and -98dBm sensitivity in the CBRS band, and SIM card
- Integrated Ublox Max-8 GPS/GLONASS chip (-166dBm sensitivity) with Taoglas patch antenna
- Requires 10W power supplied through USB-C
- Size: 167.6mm x 119.4mm x 61mm
- Weight: 0.45 kg