Monday, May 18, 2009

Exalt Announces GigE Point-to-Point 4.5 GHz Microwave Radios

Exalt Communications introduced its EX-4.5r Series GigE radio systems designed for the high throughput, reliability and security requirements of U.S. Federal government agencies and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 4.5 GHz band license holders.

Exalt said its EX-4.5r Series systems support deployments in difficult RF environments and geographies across a broad range of applications, including battlefield communications, border security, video surveillance, mobile command and control and homeland security.

The EX-4.5r Series GigE radio systems are built using the company's innovative universal product platform, which supports native TDM and native Gigabit Ethernet transport with up to 440 Mbps of aggregate capacity at distances far greater than high-capacity millimeter wave radios, including E-band systems. The Exalt systems provide 500 MHz of spectrum coverage with 1 MHz frequency tuning, variable channel bandwidth and modulation, and exceptional interference rejection under extreme weather conditions and in the harshest of RF environments.

'Nowhere is the requirement for highly reliable, robust wireless infrastructure more crucial than in the support of military missions and homeland security operations," said Amir Zoufonoun, president and CEO of Exalt Communications. 'As a result, we designed our highly robust and secure 4.5 GHz GigE radio systems specifically for federal agencies and NATO organizations that build and operate high-capacity, mission-critical long range networks."

The Exalt EX-4.5r Series GigE radio systems are available with integrated or external antennas.

All Exalt radio systems -- licensed and license-exempt -- are carrier-class systems offering


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