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Wireless Network

The total network configuration follows below and consist of wired and wireless networks, and we may also classify them under four large groups like, Microwave system, Carrier Ethernet, Power Supply and Tower solution and service part.

Network Configuration

A. Core Site Configuration

 

B. Access Network

WAVEFORM and TWINWAVE microwave links are designed for wide range of application with focus for high flexibility and system efficiency. All systems can be extended by additional EMM cards (external extension module) which increase number and type of connected ports. WAVEFORM family of microwave links is available in split mount and rack mount (full indoor) version. TWINWAVE microwave links are designed for full outdoor application with exceptional two carrier modification in one housing.

Comparison table

Product Description Interfaces QAM Modes Bandwidth[MHz] Capacity[Mbps] Frequency[GHz]
HS split mount
full duplex
single carrier
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
timing option
3x GETH (RJ45)
2x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
1x GBLINK (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1x 1PPS (BNC)
256 1+0
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD
2+0 FD
1x 56
1x 56
2x 56
2x 56
370
370
370
740
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 32, 38, 42
HSr rack mount indoor
full duplex
single carrier
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
timing option
Extra high power
3x GETH (RJ45)
2x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
1x GBLINK (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1x 1PPS (BNC)
256 1+0
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD
2+0 FD
1x 56
1x 56
2x 56
2x 56
370
370
370
740
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11
CX1
new
split mount
full duplex
single carrier
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
3x GETH (RJ45)
4x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
1x GBLINK (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1024 1+0
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD
1x 60/80
1x 60/80
2x 60/80
500/600
500/600
500/600
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 32,38, 42
CX1r
new
rack mount indoor
full duplex
single carrier
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
Extra high power
3x GETH (RJ45)
4x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
1x GBLINK (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1024 1+0
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD
1x 60
1x 60
2x 60
500
500
500
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11
CX2 split mount
full duplex
dual carrier XPIC
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
SyncE(Option)
3x GETH (RJ45)
4x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1024 1+0
1+0 (2x)
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD/XPIC
2+0 FD/XPIC
1x 60/80
2x 60/80
1x 60/80
2x 60/80
2x 60/80
500/600
2x 500/600
500/600
500/600
1000/1200
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18,23, 26, 32, 38, 42
CX2r rack mount indoor
full duplex
dual carrier XPIC
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
Extra high power
3x GETH (RJ45)
4x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
1024 1+0
1+0 (2x)
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD/XPIC
2+0 FD/XPIC
1x 60
2x 60
1x 60
2x 60
2x 60
500
2x 500
500
500
1000
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11
DX2
new
split mount
full duplex
dual carrier XPIC
hitless ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
1x 10GETH (SFP+)
1x ETH (RJ45)
1x GETH (RJ45)
2x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
1x GBLINK (SFP)
64x E1/T1 (RJ45)
16x ASI (BNC)
2048 1+0
1+0 (2x)
1+1 SD/HSB
1+1 FD/XPIC
2+0 FD/XPIC
2+1 FD/XPIC
4+0 FD/XPIC
1x 60/112
2x 60/112
1x 60/112
2x 60/112
2x 60/112
3x 60/112
4x 60/112
540/1000
2x 540/1000v
540/1000
540/1000
1080/2000
1080/2000
2160/4000
4.4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 32, 38, 42
TWIN
WAVE
new
full outdoor
full duplex
dual carrier XPIC
ACM
AES 128/256
EMM extension
PTP 1588
1x GETH (RJ45POE)
1x GETH (RJ45)
2x GETH (SFP)
1x GEMM (SFP)
2048 1+0
1+0 (2x) XPIC
1+1 XPIC
2+0 XPIC
1x 60/80
2x 60/80
2x 60/80
2x 60/80
540/620
2x 540/620v 540/620
1080/1240
174UL, 18, 24UL, 26
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