TEL AVIV, Israel - RADWIN's Point-to-Point Solution Delivers Carrier-Grade Performance and 100 Mbps Broadband Capacity
RADWIN (http://www.radwin.com), the global provider of backhaul and broadband wireless solutions, today announced that it received the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approval for the RADWIN 2000 solution to operate in the 3.65 GHz spectrum. The 3.65 GHz spectrum is reserved in North America as a non-exclusive license band for broadband expansion in rural and underserved areas. This band enables delivery of wireless data services while eliminating the high costs of spectrum licenses.
RADWIN's carrier-class 3.65 GHz Point-to-Point solution delivers 100 Mbps and up to 16 T1s + Ethernet. It incorporates advanced technologies such as MIMO and OFDM that address the need for high-quality transmission in the 3.65 GHz non-exclusive license band.
The RADWIN 2000 3.65 GHz solution is ideally suited for fixed operators & WISPs who want to deliver high-capacity to demanding corporate clients and backhaul WiFi and hotspot zones. The solutions are also geared for private networks who want to build high-capacity broadband networks.
Ilan Moshe, President of RADWIN US, stated: "We are excited to bring a true carrier-class radio in the 3.65 GHz band that offers 100 Mbps capacity to the North American market. By deploying our solutions, WISPs and private networks can best utilize the 3.65 GHz spectrum and benefit from high-capacity, long-range connectivity."
RADWIN provides sub-6GHz wireless broadband systems that empower carriers and service providers to connect subscribers everywhere. Whether voice, data, or video streaming, the company provides wireless broadband solutions of unrivaled performance, capacity, range, and quality at the most competitive prices. Established in 1997, RADWIN has installations in over 120 countries around the world.
Source: Radwin Ltd