Gigabit outdoor point to point system leverages 802.11ax: Page 2 of 2

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.

“The ePMP Force 400 series, leveraging a leading 802.11ax technology platform from Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., builds on top of the field proven ePMP fixed wireless architecture, and expands fixed wireless broadband capability without the overhead of licensed spectrum,” said Sakid Ahmed, General Manager of ePMP and cnVision business for Cambium Networks.

“The affordability of the platform, 1024 QAM modulation, flexibility of the hardware and ePMP user interface makes this an ideal choice for our network,” said Marijan Rengel, CEO of Pro-Ping Telekom.

“Delivering high performance 802.11ax capabilities to these offerings with the Qualcomm® Networking Pro 800 platform can ensure high-capacity, stable, and high-speed experiences for today’s most demanding environments,” said Ganesh Swaminathan, senior director, product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

The ePMP Force 400 is a global product supporting specific channels dependent on local country regulations. The system includes an SFP port making it easy to extend the fiber network. With an innovative optional range extender attachment, the ePMP Force 425 can offer an additional 6 dBi of gain without installing a completely new dish. The new radios  support LINKPlanner™ planning software, cnHeat™ heatmapping modeling tool, and the cnMaestro™ management system. The radios are IP67 rated for rugged outdoor environments.

The ePMP Force 400 is available in two variations:

  • Force 425 – equipped with a 25 dBi integrated dish antenna.
  • Force 400C – connectorized with two RP-SMA RF interfaces for dish or horn antennas.

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