New Product Announcement from WirelessGuys a Premier Partner with RADWIN, the Flexible Multi-band Radio 100 Mbps Net Throughput

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Product Overview: RADWIN 2000 Radio Series Carrier-Class, High-Capacity Sub-6GHz Backhaul Solutions: The flexible multi-band radio delivers 2.3 - 2.4GHz and 4.9 - 5.9GHz frequencies on a single platform and complies with worldwide regulations including FCC, ETSI, IC Canada, WPC India and MII China.

New Product Announcement from WirelessGuys a premier partner with RADWIN.

Presentation Video Available at http://www.wirelessguys.com

WirelessGuys brings you The RADWIN 2000 Radio Series delivers high capacity, extended range and carrier-class performance for IP and TDM networks. RADWIN 2000 provides native TDM and Ethernet over a single wireless link and incorporates advanced MIMO and OFDM technologies. The flexible multi-band radio delivers 2.3 - 2.4GHz and 4.9 - 5.9GHz frequencies on a single platform and complies with worldwide regulations including FCC, ETSI, IC Canada, WPC India and MII China.

WirelessGuys is featuring the RADWIN 2000 as the solution of choice for carriers looking for affordable backhaul solutions. With an ever increasing demand for broadband services, carriers require high-capacity, cost-effective backhaul solutions. RADWIN 2000 enables carriers to accommodate capacity growth and maintain profitability through unparalleled price and excellent performance. The high-capacity radio system provides 100 Mbps net throughput
(50 Mbps full duplex), with a flexible combination of Ethernet and up to 16 E1/T1 interfaces and a range of up to 120 km/75 miles.

To deliver optimal performance and unmatched robustness in all environments, RADWIN 2000 deploys advanced MIMO and OFDM technologies, together with built-in Diversity and RADWIN's 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.

Product Highlights

  • 100 Mbps net throughput
  • Native TDM (up to16 E1/T1s) plus Ethernet
  • Multiple frequency bands over single platform (2.3 - 2.4 and 4.9 - 5.9 GHz)
  • Superior spectral efficiency at 20MHz channel
  • Advanced OFDM and MIMO technologies
  • Long range: up to 120 km/75 miles
  • Inbuilt mechanisms to mitigate interference

Do you have more questions? A Presentation Video Available at http://www.wirelessguys.com or call 1-800-945-3294 you can also email us at sales@wirelessguys.com

Key Benefits

  • Carrier-class radio delivering best performance in sub-6GHz bands
  • High capacity and long range to meet advanced backhaul requirements
  • Easy to install, simple to maintain
  • Significant reduction in cost of ownership (reduced CAPEX and OPEX)
  • License-exempt solution for quickest time-to-market
  • Enabling seamless migration from TDM to IP

Do you have more questions? A Presentation Video Available at http://www.wirelessguys.com or call 1-800-945-3294 you can also email us at sales (at) wirelessguys.com

Typical Applications
RADWIN 2000 is the right solution for you, if you need a product that delivers more - increased capacity, extended range, carrier-class performance, enhanced flexibility and the latest radio technologies. RADWIN 2000 is ideally suited for a range of applications including cellular backhaul, backhaul for IP and WiMAX networks and broadband wireless connectivity for large corporations and private networks demanding high capacity. RADWIN 2000 multi frequency feature, rugged design, and ease of deployment makes the RADWIN2000 perfect choice for temporary links for government, medical, fire departments, and Emergency services communications.

Do you have more questions? A Presentation Video Available at http://www.wirelessguys.com or call 1-800-945-3294 you can also email us at sales@wirelessguys.com

Keeping you connected WirelessGuys
-WG
1-800-945-3294
http://www.wirelessguys.com
sales (at) wirelessguys.com

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