Gigabit outdoor point to point system leverages 802.11ax

February 01, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Gigabit outdoor point to point system leverages 802.11ax
ePMP Force 400™ enables service providers and enterprises to rapidly build affordable gigabit speed wireless bridges and campus area networks using unlicensed spectrum.

Cambium Networks has announced the latest ePMP Force 400 series point to point system with gigabit speed fixed wireless connectivity in the Sub-6 GHz spectrum. Service providers and enterprises can rapidly extend connectivity and expand capacity without the cost of licensed spectrum, expensive subscriptions or trenching fiber.

“The ePMP Force 425 is an amazing upgrade from the previous generation and the very first 802.11ax based optimized fixed wireless system in the industry,” said Josh Luthman of Imagine Networks. “It gets us fantastic spectral efficiency, the hardware is unmatched, and we get to use the ePMP software we have been comfortable with for several years. The ePMP Force 425 also opens up numerous opportunities to leverage sub 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum in an affordable manner for various point to point applications.”

Network operators can extend coverage with cost-effective backhaul for enterprise access, fiber extensions, Wi-Fi access or CCTV networks with the ePMP Force 400’s flexible hardware design, 80 MHz channel support and improved over the air efficiencies providing up to 1 Gbps speed. The ePMP Force 425 is ideal for service providers looking to deliver high-capacity access services to residential and business customers. It also serves as a low-cost backhaul for MicroPoP’s and outdoor Wi-Fi access points that require high capacity at moderate range without the overhead of licensed microwave. With an integrated Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) port and optional Gigabit Passive Optical Networks (GPON) Optical Network Unit (ONU) module, the ePMP Force 425 also makes a great fiber extension to reach places where fiber cannot be cost justified.

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