A new Optimized and Cost-effective solution for Short-Haul "Ethernet over Radio" Connections in Mobile and Access Networks.
RADIOLINK ETHERNET/16xE1 series is part of the SICE RADIOLINK family of Microwave products designed to offer a complete range of cost-effective solutions in the area of low capacity transmission for access and cellular networks, both for voice and data services.The system is specifically suited for the interconnection of cellular networks and WiMax base stations and radio controllers, but can be effectively used to rollout public and private networks in urban and suburban areas supporting LAN-to-LAN data transmission and to implement cost effective solutions for the digital divide in rural areas.
Specifically the following applications can be considered:
Cellular and microcellular mobile Networks
WISP and WiMax Networks
Private data Networks and LAN-to-LAN Interconnections
Low Cost solutions for the digital divide in rural areas
Utility Networks (pipelines, electricity, railways, etc.) for IP connections
Can be easily networked with higher capacity links grooming traffic.
The Frequency Bands 7 - 8 - 10 - 13 - 15 - 17 - 18 - 23 - 26 - 38 GHz internationally normalized are currently supported.
RADIOLINK ETHERNET/16xE1 series makes use of state-of-art technology to reduce size and cost of the product although providing outstanding technical performances and simple but full-featured maintenance features.
- Full Outdoor configuration powered either by Customer's Data Equipment supporting PoE or proprietary Indoor PSE
- Very Low Cost solutions due to simple and robust implementation
- Single board approach including both digital processing & control and RF
- SMT only technology
- Extensive use of digital processing for most functions
- Saturated RF power amplifier
- Traffic capacity: one 10/100 BaseT Fast Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
- Net throughput (Ethernet Frames) from 4 to 34 Mbit/s according to the radio channel
- Very simple and effective modulation scheme for low cost implementation (CPM)
- Powerful digital processing with error correction embedded in the demodulator