5GHz PTP Link
With the aid of dual radios, the PTP link throughput well exceeds 1Gbps. Operating at 256QAM and 2x80 MHz BW allows a maximum of 1.4 Gbps. Precise synchronization of all radio transmitters prevent self RF interference.
At times, network operators will need to co-locate many PTP radio links at a hub site. Built-in GPS allows coordination of Tx/Rx time slots among many radio units. The net result is that you can build a very larger capacity at the hub site for bandwidth hungry applications like video surveillance.
Precise Time Slot Control:
Download and uplink time slots are precisely controlled either at a fixed ratio (variable) or dynamically upon adaptive BW usage patterns. Network operators can then control the traffic patterns without losing link efficiency.
RF Link Reliability:
Proprietary ACM, optimized for outdoor radio links, increase the uptime even in severe RF conditions. ATPC keeps the Tx power at the optimum power so that any excess Tx does not cause RF interference. Lower Tx power also keeps the power consumption lower and increases radio lifetime.
Interference Minimizer Mode:
While the primary radio is busy with payload transport, the secondary radio gets ready at the best alternate channel via constant channel scan analysis. If the primary channel falls below acceptable threshold of operation, the secondary radio takes over as primary. The result is that the link will operate seamlessly even in the event of RF interference.
1+1 Monitored Hot Standby (MHSB) Mode:
Radio failure does not automatically mean a link loss and an immediate replacement. In the MHSB mode, the data path can be switched to the redundant radio in the event that hardware failure causes degradation of loss of the primary link quality.
Long Distance Throughput Optimizer::
5GHz radios are often hampered by delays associated with acknowledgement from the remote radio. Longer distance links are affected more and the throughput degrades as a result. Solectek radio optimization includes minimizing radio acknowledgement and preservation of throughput out to very long distances.