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Adaptive Media Awareness – microwave routing
Microwave networks are unique. Unlike fiber, copper, or any other Layer 1 transport technology, non-standard and dynamically changing bandwidths along with complex link aggregation and protection schemes make microwave networks complex and different. Regular routers are not designed for microwave networks and are inefficient and ill-suited to handle traffic in such a network. They rely on slow, protocol-based notifications to gather data from the underlying transport network to optimize their behavior. This lack of an adaptive media awareness negatively impacts network performance, reliability and operations costs significantly.
The Need for Speed: Best Practices for Building Ultra-Low Latency Microwave Networks.
This paper will show that to achieve the lowest end-to-end latency with the highest possible reliability and network stability not only requires a microwave platform that supports cutting edge low latency performance, but also must be combined with the experience and expertise necessary to design, deploy, support and operate an microwave transmission network.
Columbia River Public Safety
Constellation Provides a Comprehensive Turnkey Solution for Safety & Fishing. Aviat provides enforcement officers with a cutting-edge voice and data radio system.
From Basic Cell Site to Integrated Service Delivery Hub
This paper presents a new integrated cell site architecture that promises to transform the cell site and restructure the mobile backhaul cost equation—making the new service- delivery cell-site vision possible with fewer boxes and simplifying tomorrow’s mobile network.
Comprehensive Embedded Security in Microwave Networks
This paper talks about what’s required for a high level of security for both microwave payload and management traffic.
Strong Security on Eclipse Packet Node
Even though microwave communications have some built-in security-like features such as scrambling, narrow beamwidth, proprietary airframe, coding and other factors, it is not very hard for them to be broken by those with the proper expertise. Some vendors even openly offer commercial microwave interception systems for “legitimate” monitoring. This and the growing sophistication and willingness of those attempting to break into wireless networks makes a high level of security for microwave more important than ever…
This presentation explains the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140- 2. What is it and why should you care?
FIPS A Security Primer for a Wild Wireless World
A technical note on FIPS Security – What is it and why is it important?
Secure and Reliable Microwave Solutions Specialist
With over 50 years of industry experience, Aviat Networks knows microwave transmission better than anyone, and now we are delivering the next generation of Mission Critical microwave networking solutions that bring together high performance radio transmission, advanced data networking and smart network evolution to all-IP.
What NERC/CIP Means for Your Microwave
Cyber Security and Electric Utility Communications