LOW LATENCY PTP LINK
Need for Ultra Low Latency:
Certain applications such as rapid financial transactions require transmitting data with negligible delays. Wireless links for these “ultra low latency” applications are particularly useful because of lower latency compared with traditional transmission mechanism such as cable and fiber lines.
Solectek low latency PTP links are designed to eliminate all delays associated with packet processing. Processing delays include packet switching, layer 2/3 protocols, and other packet handling by software. The result is a pure Layer-1 transport link with very little delays associated with physical circuitry. .
Ultra Low Latency Redefined:
Latency over a PTP path due to radio hardware is less than 50ns, a figure that is negligible compared to other propagation delays. Given that the propagation delays over air is shorter than any other physical medium (cable or fiber), Solectek low latency wireless links should have the lowest delay in transmitting packets between two points.
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.