Cambium PMP 450 Access Point, All Frequencies

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Cambium Networks PMP 450: Optimize Outdoor Deployments with High Performance, Low Latency, and GPS Synchronization

With so many more users carrying multiple mobile devices with them everywhere they go, “anywhere, anytime” connectivity has evolved from novelty to necessity. Designed for fixed outdoor applications, Cambium Networks Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) 450 solution leverages industry-best wireless broadband technologies to achieve optimal throughput, rate, reach, and reliability. Low-latency access offers state-of-the-art connectivity for voice, video, and data services in both business and residential markets.

The PMP 450 platform consists of a high-performing access point (AP), subscriber module (SM), and reflector dish used to meet the needs of fast-growing telecom and business challenges:

  • Rural connectivity: PMP 450 APs deliver up to 125 Mbps throughput and deployable in multiple rings to provide more than 1 Gbps.
  • Service provider networks: PMP 450 rapidly extends reach to new locations in underserved regions
  • Private networks: Campus locations, remote sites, and SOHO locations can be linked cost-effectively. PMP 450 also proves Ideal for connecting indoor wireless local area networks (WLANs) for a comprehensive wireless IP network solution.
  • Government agencies: Operators can quickly roll out links for public safety, service, and access

PMP 450 Highlights include:

  • Operates in 2.4 GHz, 3GHz, and 5 GHz bands
  • Provides Dynamic Adaptive Modulation up to 256 QAM
  • GPS Synchronization 
  • Low-latency 
  • Supports tiered service models
  • APs deliver consistent high throughput (125 Mbps per sector and > 1 Gbps per tower)
  • Software-defined upgrades allow throughput from 4 Mbps to 55 Mbps 
  • Interoperability with existing portfolio modules
  • Flexible deployment options

The Access Point

PMP 450 Access Point Modules are self-contained, connectorized outdoor transceivers designed for use with outdoor antennas that meet customer coverage needs. These modules include radio, networking, antenna, and surge suppression technology, and up to the task of ensuring reliable operation in challenging radio conditions.

Achieving up to 125 Mbps maximum throughput capacity, PMP 450 APs provide a specified sector of coverage. Devices can be mounted easily on rooftops or towers. These APs include indoor power supply modules that leverage power-over- Ethernet (PoE). Cat 5e cabling connects the power supply to the outdoor AP.

Cambium offers several antenna options (including 60- and 90-degree sector) and up to six PMP 450 APs can be deployed in a single ring on a tower. Adding a second ring to the same tower at a different frequency enables 1 Gbps throughput or higher. Frequency planning and a clean RF environment may allow frequencies to be re-used from sector to sector.