Cambium Networks, a provider of wireless broadband and formerly part of Motorola Solutions, says its Cambium PTP 810 is its newest point-to-point (PTP) wireless backhaul solution that supports native E1/T1 and native Ethernet.

This hybrid solution enables carriers, utility, public safety and enterprise operators to migrate existing TDM traffic to an IP-based Ethernet network, the company says, adding “By minimizing the time and expense involved in making this transition, operators now have a powerful and efficient communications system to support new and additional applications such as voice-over-IP, on-demand video and video surveillance.”

The PTP 810 also features XPIC functionality, enabling operators to double throughput capacity as differentiated data is transmitted simultaneously on both vertical and horizontal polarizations in a single channel.? ?Key features of PTP 810 include:

>> Operation in the 6 GHz – 38 GHz RF bands and with user-configured channel bandwidths from 7 MHz to 80 MHz. ??>> Support for ACM, Cross Polarization Interference Cancellation (XPIC) and Ethernet link aggregation. ??>> Scalability throughput to 700 Mbps (full duplex).?

>> Support for both T1/E1 and STM-1/OC-3 interfaces.??>> Support for protected PDH Ring with built in T1/E1 cross point switch.??The Cambium PTP 810 Wireless Backhaul Solution is available in two configurations: split-mount (available this month) and all-indoor (available in August).  ?

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