Did you know…Deploying Multi-Band instead of traditional Microwave can improve capacity by 20x?

Did you know…Deploying Multi-Band instead of traditional Microwave can improve capacity by 20x?

Are you considering deploying microwave links in your network? Instead of deploying 15, 18 or 23 GHz why not try WTM 4800 Multi-Band with 80/xxGHz. You can replace your microwave links with Multi-Band which combines E-Band and traditional microwave (15/18/23GHz) on a single link over a single antenna to drastically improve capacity that can be typically achieved by microwave alone.

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Takeaways from 5G Transport and the Edge Panel Discussion on RAN Architecture & the Implications for 5G Transport

Takeaways from 5G Transport and the Edge Panel Discussion on RAN Architecture & the Implications for 5G Transport

Randy Jenkins, Aviat Networks’ Director of Business Development for North America, attended the “5G Transport & the Edge” meeting of technology leaders in New York on October 10. He sat on the microwave transport in the 5G environment panel, titled “Redefining the Access Network: Examining RAN Architecture & the Implications for 5G Transport.”

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Top 10 Benefits of a One-Box Multi-Band Solution

Top 10 Benefits of a One-Box Multi-Band Solution

Author: Stuart Little, Director, International Product Line Marketing

Have you heard the buzz about Multi-Band? Multi-Band combines traditional microwave channel alongside an E-Band (80 GHz) channel, joining the capacity of the latter with the high availability of the former. Multi-Band makes E-Band carrier-class over longer distances, making it a much more viable and deployable solution for 5G backhaul.

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Wireless Backhaul is Not Dead Yet

Wireless Backhaul is Not Dead Yet

By Stuart Little, Director of International Product Line Marketing, US

This Halloween, zombies aren’t the only thing coming to life. Evolutions in e-band and multi-band mean wireless will play a crucial role in the rollout of 5G.

5G is coming (and hopefully it won’t be accompanied by White Walkers) and will bring with it tremendous challenges for network operators, and no less critical will be backhaul, where needed capacities will grow from the hundreds of Megabits to multiple Gigabits. In their latest Microwave Outlook (from December 2017), Ericsson forecasts that by 2022 the typical backhaul requirement for a high-capacity radio site will be in the around 1 Gbps, increasing to as much as 5 Gbps towards 2025.

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