Wednesday, January 20, 2010

RADWIN Offers 100 Mbps Wireless IP Backhaul

RADWIN announced the release of its new RADWIN 2000 C-Series radio, delivering 100 Mbps asymmetric throughput. The design offers up to 16 E1s/T1s + Ethernet on one platform at ranges of up to 120 km/75 miles.

RADWIN said the new platform features an Adaptive Asymmetric capacity whereby bandwidth is automatically allocated between uplink and downlink based on traffic loads and air-interface conditions. The RADWIN 2000 C-Series incorporates MIMO, OFDM and Diversity, together with unique proprietary protocols to ensure robustness and resiliency in operation in the sub-6 GHz bands.

The platform is designed to be simple to install and maintain. Deployment scenarios include non-line-of-sight scenarios, interference-ridden environments and extreme temperatures. The future-proof systems support 100 Mbps in first release, and will support 200 Mbps net aggregate throughput in Q2/2010 via free software upgrade.

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