Cambium PTP 650 (4.9 to 6.05 GHz) Conn.ODU, FCC
|Description PTP 650||(4.9 to 6.05 GHz) Connectorized ODU (FCC/IC)|
|Broadband Frequency Band||4.9 GHz / 5 GHz|
|Broadband Antenna Type||Connectorized|
|Frequency Range||4.940-6.050 GHz|
|Data Rate||125 Mbit/s|
|Security/Encryption||AES128 or AES256 Option with Software|
|Maximum Data Rate||450 Mbit/s|
|Interface||2 x Gigabit Ethernet copper ports|
|Temperature Range||-40-60 deg C|
Cambium Networks C050065B002A
PTP 650 (4.9 to 6.05 GHz) Conn.ODU, FCC
Cambium Networks disrupts the performance-reliability continuum with the Cambium Point-to-Point (PTP) 650 Series solution. With up to 450 Mbps aggregate throughput, PTP 650 systems let you reliably and securely handle today’s needs with scalability to meet future requirements.
FLEXIBLE, SPECTRALLY-EFFICIENT, SELF-OPTIMIZING SUB-6GHZ SOLUTION
Based on our widely-deployed, field-proven non-line-of-sight (NLOS) technology, PTP 650 wireless Ethernet bridges offer an ideal array of features that give you more capacity, greater operational flexibility, and the highest spectral efficiency in the industry. PTP 650 systems provide 4.9 to 6.05 GHz, multi-band flexibility in a single radio and operate in channel sizes from 5 to 45 MHz.
With Dynamic Spectrum Optimization (DSO), PTP 650 systems are constantly optimizing the channel of operation to maximize link reliability and performance. The systems can provide up to 99.999% availability in virtually any environment, including non-line-of-sight, long-distance line-of-sight, high interference, over water and desert, and through extreme weather conditions. As a result, you can deliver more throughput with less spectrum and less investment in even the most challenging environments.
DESIGNED WITH YOU IN MIND
Whether your organization is an enterprise, government agency, or service provider, PTP 650 systems are ideal solutions for a wide array of applications such as T1/E1 and fiber replacements or extensions; video surveillance backhaul; LTE, macro-cell, and small-cell backhaul; last-mile access; disaster recovery; network redundancy; and building-to-building campus connectivity.