The Canopy 400 OFDM access point requires a Canopy power supply (ACPSSW-13B). The Canopy 400 Series from Motorola delivers Near Line-of-Sight (nLOS) and Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) connectivity, coupled with high throughput, increased range and exceptionally low cost of ownership.
High-speed wireless broadband connectivity is fast becoming the preferred communications system for enterprises, municipalities and service providers all over the world. Some users or subscribers, however, have remained out of reach literally because they are out of sightdue to lack of Line-of-Sight (LOS) link paths.
Now, with Canopy 400 Series Access Points (AP) and Subscriber Modules (SM), those out-of-sight users can become top-of-mind, offering increased opportunities for new productivity and new revenue streams. In addition, along with nLOS and NLOS wireless broadband access, the 400 Series also provides the Canopy systems highest throughput for longer distances. High-Speed nLOS and NLOS Access.
The Canopy 400 Series uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technology to deliver exceptional nLOS/NLOS coverage in locations where foliage, tall buildings or other obstructions limit wireless broadband access. These capabilities enable operators to deploy networks that can penetrate foliage and reach around buildings and other obstructions to serve previously unreachable users and customers. The results can be crucial maximized communications, increased productivity, important new revenue streams and strengthened bottom lines. Enhanced Throughput.
The Canopy 400 Series delivers throughput of up to 21 Mbps based on its underlying OFDM technology. This high-end throughput supports todays most promising sources for increased productivity and improved revenue generation: popular new bandwidth-intensive applications such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), video surveillance, high-speed Internet access, multiple voice connections, and many more. Long Range Connectivity.
In addition, the Canopy 400 Series extends your networks connectivity ranges to distances of five miles (eight kilometers) or more per AP cluster. This increased geographic coverage is powered in part by the 400 Series high gain antennas and rate adaptive modulation schemes. Low Cost of Ownership.
Whether you are a new operator or an existing Canopy network provider, the Canopy 400 Series can provide one of the lowest costs of ownership in the industry. For current Canopy users, the 400 Series cost-effectiveness is driven by its ability to co-locate with other Canopy equipment to provide either network extension or a network overlay. For new operators, the system provides a globally proven all-outdoor solution, with reduced power consumption, fast, simple deployment, high reliability and low-cost ongoing operation.
With all that being said we have complied a short list of recommended reading prior deploying the Motorola Wireless Broadband Access System. If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact us. Canopy Planning & Wireless Broadband Network Design Guide Controlling Interference: The Motorola Canopy Approach Canopy Performance in Broadband Wireless Access Systems Wireless Bandwidth vs Throughput