Radwin 2000 B-series Backhaul
The multi-band radio is part of the RADWIN 2000 B-Series that delivers highest capacity and extended range for carriers' backhaul needs.
Packing native TDM and Ethernet over a single wireless link, the RADWIN 2000 B-Series pro-vides 50 Mbps net aggregate throughput (up to 8E1/T1 plus Ethernet) at a range of up to 120 km/75 miles.
RADWIN 2000 B350-Series includes an embedded antenna and connectors for use with external antennas, offering a single Small Form Factor radio configuration.
Radwin 2000b Highlights
- 50 Mbps aggregate Ethernet net throughput and up to 8E1s/T1s
- Native TDM transport
- Long range up to 120 km/75 miles
- Adaptive asymmetric throughput dynamic allocation between uplink and downlink
- Single radio supporting multiple bands (4.9 GHz and 5.x GHz)
- Advanced MIMO, OFDM and Diversity technologies
- Robust and reliable to operate in tough conditions, extreme temperatures and non line-of-sight scenarios
To deliver optimal performance and unmatched robustness in all environments, RADWIN 2000 deploys advanced MIMO and OFDM technologies, ogether with built-in Diversity and RADWINs proprietary air interface, built to deliver native TDM and high-quality Ethernet in sub-6GHz bands. The flexible multi-band radio supports multiple frequency bands over a single platform, granting utmost field flexibility and simple stock management.
Radwin 2000 Unique Technology Multiple Point to Point: High Capacity Multiple Locations RADWIN's breakthrough WinLink 1000 Multiple Point-to-Point architecture allows service providers and ISPs to provide multiple end-users with carrier class services (TDM and/or Ethernet) and dedicated bandwidth from one Hub site. The Hub site includes RADWIN's unique Hub Site Synchronization (HSS) technology which synchronizes the transmission of up to 10 collocated WinLink 1000 radios - thus eliminating mutual interference commonly experienced with collocated TDD radios. It also includes RADWIN's Base Distribution Unit (BDU), a single indoor device that connects up to 8 collocated radios, while providing uplink traffic aggregation (TDM and/or Ethernet) and full layer-2 switching capabilities.
- Deliver dedicated bandwidth per each end-user
- No degradation in network performance as more users join the network
- Directional antennas less vulnerable to interferences
- Provide combination of TDM + Ethernet services
- Low entry costs; Scalability in network growth
- Easy planning no need for radio planning
MIMO Technology Increased range and reliability:
- The Ethernet data stream is split into two lower rate chains.
- These chains can be transmitted in lower rates, achieving longer ranges and higher reliability
- The streams arrive at the receivers in different quality. MIMO chooses the best stream available
- Paths in poor quality are thus eliminated and availability increased
Increased capacity and improved spectral efficiency
- Each radio (chain) carries the full OFDM channel capacity
- Both radios use the same 20MHz channel
- Thus doubled capacity per the same channel bandwidth