Proxim Wireless Unveils 400Mbps PtP & PtMP Wireless Backhaul System

Proxim Wireless Unveils 400Mbps PtP & PtMP Wireless Backhaul System Image Credit: Proxim

Broadband wireless systems provider, Proxim Wireless has unveiled a new Point to point (PtP) and point to multipoint (PtMP) wireless backhaul product that supports up to 400Mbps data rate and upgradeable to 866Mbps.

The new Tsunami 10100L product line operates at 256QAM in a 40Mhz channel, combining its WORP protocol, means end users will see 300Mbps of useable data in a 40MHz channel.

The 10100L is based on the same hardware platform as the Tsunami 10100 series, meaning customers get the features they have come to expect from Proxim -- a rugged IP67 design, PoE out, Proxim Clear Connect, Fast Connect and more. 

With the ability to software upgrade the 10100L to a full 10100 series, customers can "pay as they grow" by deploying the less expensive 10100L product, and upgrading to the full 866Mbps capacity when needed for a small upgrade fee, said Proxim Wireless. 

Proxim Wireless added it also maintains two generations of backwards compatibility. This means the 10100L, as well as the 10100, can interoperate with the Tsunami 800 and 8200 series products. 

Greg Marzullo, CEO and President, Proxim Wireless
The Tsunami® 10100L has been designed for markets that are looking for carrier class communications but with moderate bandwidth requirements. This series makes our high performance solutions now more affordable with no compromises on quality.

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