Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 19, 2008
Today LigoWave announces a new Point-to-Point product line operating in the 3 GHz frequency spectrums for areas where 2 and 5 GHz frequencies are overcrowded or unavailable. The LigoPTP 3-series radios are one of the highest TX power backhaul solutions on the market operating on 3.3 - 3.7 GHz (country dependent) frequencies and are the first PTP 3 GHz products to offer adjustable channel spacing up to 20 MHz.
At true TCP throughput of 40 Mbps and an astonishing 50,000 packets-per-second (PPS), the LigoPTP 3 series delivers carrier-grade PTP connectivity, perfect for dedicated access or in-band WiMax backhaul applications, including VOIP. The LigoPTP 3-series products are available in both N-Connector configuration for custom antenna application, or with an integrated, narrow-beamwidth 18 dBi panel antenna to enable long-range and rock-solid link connectivity.
The LigoPTP 3 showcases an array of advanced software mechanisms that provide optimal point-to-point connectivity for high-throughput, long distance links. LigoWave's proprietary PTP mechanisms utilize techniques such as Dynamic Time Division Duplexing (TDD) to dynamically allocate bandwidth in the direction needed, thus increasing link efficiency and greatly decreasing the impact that distance has on throughput of the link. The LigoWave point-to-point products also feature selective repeat ARQ technology, an enhanced error-correction software mechanism that optimizes data traffic to provide very high throughput over high-bandwidth, long-range links even in the presence of interference. The LigoPTP 3-Series products are also compatible with RCMS, a centralized configuration, firmware, and statistics server offered by LigoWave for carrier class diagnostic and configuration management capabilities.
The new 3 GHz PTP products are selling for only $2,595.00 USD per link and are available across the world for immediate evaluation through the LigoWave E-Store. For more information please visit the LigoWave Website, and forward all arising questions to [email protected]