Digital access radio
The Aprisa XE point-to-point digital access radio solution provides point-to-point radio links with up to 16 Mbps of capacity over distances up to 100 km.
Applications include rural fixed telecommunications, cellular and mobile radio transmission, private networks, emergency services networks and transporting telemetry data.
For example, the system will help operators meet demand for high-quality Internet, voice and data services in areas where fibre or cable roll-out cannot be justified. Customer capacity can be delivered flexibly using a range of integrated interface cards.
Spectral efficiency is a key feature. For example, it can carry a complete E1 (2 Mbps) signal within just 500 kHz of radio spectrum. This reduces operating expenditure for operators by limiting the amount of radio spectrum they need to license.
The solution offers a wide choice of integrated interfaces for connecting customer and network equipment directly, so that there is no need for external multiplexer or converter equipment. These plug-and-play cards are customer-configurable, and allow interfaces to be 'mixed and matched' in the same radio unit to meet the needs of complex network requirements, for example, in trunked mobile radio and utility applications.
The SuperVisor web-based management system provides an intuitive graphical user interface that works in conjunction with the system's built-in digital cross-connect (which has 64 Kbps resolution) to provide straightforward software-based configuration and management from any Internet-enabled terminal.
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