Cambium adds point-to-point licensed microwave backhaul platform

Cambium Networks on Tuesday announced the launch of its point-to-point licensed microwave backhaul platform.

Called PTP 820, point-to-point licensed microwave backhaul platform can be deployed in all-indoor, split-mount and all-outdoor configurations, and supports all types of networks requiring either hybrid or all-IP traffic, said Cambium Networks.

The platform offers both Synchronous Ethernet (SyncE) and IEEE 1588v2 synchronization protocols and the required QoS to offer high service granularity enabling network sharing and multiple service offerings.

“Cambium Networks continues to extend its portfolio to deliver a wireless outdoor solution to customers that can meet demanding network requirements,” said Robert Baker, vice president, business development and microwave portfolio, Cambium Networks.

The PTP 820C has dual-core functionality enabling the system to operate up to 2 Gbps via software upgrades eliminating the need for future forklift upgrades or major system overhaul by the network operator to deliver gigabit-plus capacity.

With system gain and dual-core operation, PTP 820C allows for smaller antennas and higher availability at the capacity that customers demand.

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