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BridgeWave Introduces Multi-Gigabit Millimeter Wave Wireless Backhaul and Front Haul Solutions

Clock 20 October 2014
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BridgeWave Introduces Multi-Gigabit Millimeter Wave Wireless Backhaul and Front Haul Solutions Image Credit: PCC Mobile Broadband
BridgeWave Communications, the leading supplier of millimeter wave backhaul solutions, has recently announced the expansion of its Flex4G 80 GHz platform with the introduction of two new products - Flex4G-250 and Flex4G-3000, gigabit V-band (60 GHz) and E-Band (80 GHz) millimeter wave solutions. 
San Diego, California-based BridgeWave exibited the new products at the GITEX in Dubai, UAE from October 12 – 16, 2014.
According to BridgeWave, the newest 80GHz millimeter wave radios yield ultra-high capacity with spectral efficiencies and link budgets demanded by carriers and mobile operators for next-generation networks. BridgeWave noted that the Flex4G-3000 radio provides full-duplex data rates of up to three gigabits per second in a single, zero-footprint all-outdoor solution, providing interfaces for backhaul and front haul connectivity. The Flex4G-250 solution is introduced to provide simple gigabit Ethernet connectivity, spectrally efficient 1 Gbps transport in a single 250 MHz channel, added BidgeWave.

BridgeWave’s Flex4G family of millimeter wave radios provides differentiated solutions for diverse applications unmatched by other 80 GHz solutions in the market today. From multi-gigabit backhaul and front haul with our Flex4G-3000; Flex4G-250’s combination of spectral efficiency and link performance; to our Flex4G-UHA, with its ultra-high availability, BridgeWave’s Flex4G solutions yield the right features at the right price and performance for operators, service providers and enterprise network connections today and tomorrow.

-            Joe Schraml, vice president of solutions marketing at BridgeWave Communications  

Ray is The Fast Mode's editor and content director. Ray has covered the wireless industry as a writer for more than 10 years, focusing on technology and business aspects of the telecoms sector. Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at) Follow Ray at


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