NEC iPASOLINK VR ultracompact microwave system

Tuesday, 21 April, 2015 | Supplied by: NEC Australia Pty Ltd

NEC Australia has launched iPASOLINK VR, a model in the iPASOLINK Series of ultracompact microwave communication systems that enables ultrahigh-capacity wireless transmission and is suitable for next-generation 5G networks.

iPASOLINK VR combines the highest modulation techniques with IEEE 1588v2 synchronisation methods to provide a futureproof, high-capacity wireless transmission solution. iPASOLINK VR hardware is MPLS-TP and MIMO capable, and optionally equipped with 10 GbE and 10G CWDM interfaces. NEC-developed wireless transmission technology that enables the use of a 4096 quadrature amplitude modulation (4096QAM) method will be incorporated in the iPASOLINK VR products.

iPASOLINK VR is suitable for building seamless transmission networks serving fibre-optic and wireless networks. NEC radio technology supports the larger 112 MHz channel size that allows full utilisation of the wideband channels recently released by ACMA to the Australian market for ultrahigh-capacity applications. iPASOLINK VR also provides the Hierarchical QoS (H-QoS) function, paving the way for the simultaneous operation of mobile networks owned by multiple telecom operators with different service levels and clocking architectures on a single transmission network. In addition, the new product incorporates NEC’s SDN-based network automation and optimisation tool called BRM, which optimises the traffic flow over the radio transmission network.

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