SIAE AGS-20 Indoor Unit, 1xIF radio interfaces, 8xGE LAN interfaces
|Modulation Schemes||4 QAM / 16 QAM / 32 QAM / 64 QAM / 128 QAM / 256 QAM / 512QAM / 1024 QAM / 2048 QAM|
|Channel Spacing||10 MHz / 20 MHz / 30 MHz / 40 MHz / 60 MHz|
|Throughput||Up to 1 Gbps per radio channel|
|Frequency Stability||±5 ppm|
|Frequency Agility||250 KHz (software programmable)|
|RTPC||Up to 30 in 1 dB steps|
|ATPC||Up to 30 in 1 dB steps|
|IDU/ODU Interconnection per terminal||50Ω Coaxial Cable per RT|
|Dimensions (WxHxD) IDU||17.4 x 1.7 x 8.8 (in)|
|ODU (below 18 GHz)||10 x 10 x 4.5 (in)|
|ODU (18 to 42 GHz)||7.2 x 7.2 x 2.6 (in)|
|Power Supply||-48 Vdc ( -15%, +20%)|
|Overall Power Consumption||1+0 terminal ≤ 45 W|
1+1 terminal ≤ 60 W
|Environmental Performance||ODU Weather Proofing Class: IP65|
IDU Temperature Range: -5°C to +50°
ODU Temperature Range: -35°C to +55°
Working Temperature range with performance not guaranteed: -45°C to +60°C
|Compliant with||FCC Part 101|
SIAE Microelettronica AGS20-IF1GE6
AGS-20 Indoor Unit, 1xIF radio interfaces, 8xGE LAN interfaces (6 simultaneous), -48 VDC DC input, 1 year warranty
Evolutions of the RAN are the main driver for changes in microwave products, like LTE requiring increased throughput and desiccation of the network, Small Cell and Cloud-RAN.
These changes lead to new technologies in the microwave industry to improve capacity by using complex modulation formats, dual carrier solutions, using new spectrum (60 and 80 GHz) and to improve network density at street level with NLOS sub-6 GHz.
AGS20 is the unique universal aggregation platform to address all these new application segments in a coherent solution.
AGS20 is Universal Microwave Aggregation Platform addressing the need for carrier-class multi-technology traffic aggregation.
Based on high performance Carrier Ethernet 2.0 engine (MPLS ready), the platform enables convergence of the major microwave application segments:
- Next Generation indoor Unit for split Mount Radio
- Aggregation for All Outdoor Radio including E-Band
- Gateway handling Small Cell Radio Cluster