Wireless multiplexer offers high bandwidth point-to-point connectivity for E1, and Ethernet over long distances, at a fraction of the cost and time required to deploy fiber optic cables.
Compliant with regulations for license-exempt transmission over 2.3 GHz, 2.4 GHz, 4.9 GHz, and 5x GHz, as well as licensed 2.5 GHZ BRS bands, RAD's wireless broadband multiplexer offers a total air interface throughput of up to 48 Mbps. This is equivalent to 18 Mbps full duplex payload. The maximum range of the unit is 80 km (50 miles), depending on the payload and regulatory restrictions.
Cellular operators and ISPs use the wireless multiplexer to backhaul service from customers in the Last Mile. Businesses avoid the cost of leased line service by connecting offices point-to-point over wireless links.
The wireless multiplexer can also operate in multi point-to-point architecture, enabling service providers and ISPs to provide multiple end-users with carrier-class services E1/T1 and/or Ethernet and dedicated bandwidth from a POP.
Point-to-Multipoint Ethernet Radio