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Cambium ODU-A 18GHz, TR1560, Hi, B3 (19260.0 - 19700.0 MHz), Rectangular WG, Neg Pol

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  • SKU: 01010209014
  • Manufacturer: Cambium Networks
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$2,808.00

Specifications 01010209014

Broadband Frequency Band18 GHz
Sub BandB3 (19260.0 - 19700.0 MHz)
Data Rate10 Mbit/s
Ethernet CapacityBase Unit 10 Mbps - Expandable to 368 Mbps
Frequency Range17.70-19.70 GHz
Broadband System ConfigurationSplit Mount
Interface1 x 100/1000 BaseT + 1 x 1000 BaseT GigE
ModulationQPSK - 256QAM
Security/EncryptionAES-128, AES-256, FIPS-197, FIPS 140-2
Temperature Range-27-131 deg F
CompressionNo
Item Width7.1 inch
Item Height1.4 inch
Carrier AggregationSingle Carrier
Proprietary Antenna InterfaceRR (Rectangular Remec)
Transmit Power25.5dbm @ QPSK
Channel Bandwidth10MHz, 20MHz, 30MHz, 40MHz, 50MHz, 80MHz
Power Consumption62 W Max
Operating Voltage-48VDC (-40.5V DC to -60V DC)

Cambium Networks 01010209014

Cambium ODU-A 18GHz, TR1560, Hi, B3 (19260.0 - 19700.0 MHz), Rectangular WG, Neg Pol

This Cambium PTP800 High Power Outdoor Unit (ODU-B) operates in the 18 GHz band and offers higher transmit power with lower power consumption. This unit is a 18 GHz, Hi B3 and requires a 18 GHz Lo B3, two CMUs, RF unit, antenna and additional cables to make a complete link.

PTP 800 Licensed Microwave solutions are available in various RF bands between 6 and 38 GHz with user-configurable channel bandwidths from 7 to 56 MHz. This split-mount architecture includes an Outdoor Unit (ODU) and a Compact Modem Unit (CMU). All PTP 800 Compact Modem Units are shipped with factory-set 10 Mbps throughput capacity.

Throughput capacity can be upgraded from 10 Mbps to 20, 30, 40, 50, 100, 150, 200, 300 Mbps or to full capacity (364 Mbps full duplex) without any change to the hardware. The PTP 800s feature set is ideally suited for a variety of business-critical functions such as building-to-building connectivity, disaster recovery, back haul, redundancy and/or additional capacity for wired networks, last-mile fiber extensions and video surveillance.

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