Aviat Puts the Plus in A2C+

Aviat Puts the Plus in A2C+

Demand for mobile data is soaring, and microwave is seen as the primary transport medium in rural and suburban areas. Aviat’s WTM 4000 enables double capacity (2+0) microwave links by housing two transceivers, two diplexers, and a 3dB coupler in one compact all-outdoor solution.

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Lowering TCO with All-Indoor, Single Antenna 6+11 GHz Multi-Band

Lowering TCO with All-Indoor, Single Antenna 6+11 GHz Multi-Band

With the current landscape of network economics and challenges associated with capacity and spectrum, having multiple tools for link deployments, capacity growth, and future-proofing are necessary. In this blog, we’ll discuss the concept of Microwave Multi-Band, or the use of two different microwave frequency bands over one link, and specifically the combination of 6 GHz and 11 GHz.

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Part 2: How to Reduce Your Tower Leasing Costs

Part 2: How to Reduce Your Tower Leasing Costs

With tower outsourcing increasing, operators can minimize tower lease costs by reducing the size of their microwave antennas with higher system gain radios.

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5 ways to improve your all-outdoor microwave radio buying process

5 ways to improve your all-outdoor microwave radio buying process

Most radio buying processes haven’t changed for years. Some orders are still placed by picking up the phone, emailing a request, waiting for a response, and then juggling multiple POs. It’s such a long process to manage from start to finish. Aviat Store solves all those issues and more.

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Part 1: Aviat's System Gain Advantage and the Positive Impact on your Microwave Network's Total Cost of Ownership

TWS successfully trials Aviat WTM 4800 multi-band solution during mid-winter

TWS successfully trials Aviat WTM 4800 multi-band solution during mid-winter

TWS technologies, based in the Netherlands, are always looking for new systems to enable reliable connections for their customers, anytime, anywhere.

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Safaricom deploys Aviat Multi-Band to dramatically lower their backhaul TCO

Safaricom deploys Aviat Multi-Band to dramatically lower their backhaul TCO

Safaricom, the largest telecom company in Kenya, recently selected Aviat’s WTM 4800 multi-band radio platform to support their 5G backhaul rollout.

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Digicel and Aviat establish 166km link in Papua New Guinea between its two largest cities

Digicel and Aviat establish 166km link in Papua New Guinea between its two largest cities

In 2015, PNG outlined its Vision 2050, committing the government to promote the social and economic development of the nation by that date. National leaders spoke of W.W. Rostow’s five-stage model of development. The second of those stages is all important: the building of infrastructure necessary for the success of all sectors of economic and social life, which includes manufacturing, technology, transportation, and communication.

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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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Sub-Band Free Radios - Do they really help?

Sub-Band Free Radios – Do they really help?

By Stuart Little, Director of International Product Line Marketing

In the past years, a few microwave vendors have introduced ‘sub-band free’ RF outdoor units into the market. The main claim of these radios is that a single hardware variant can be deployed in any frequency sub-band, simplifying and lower costs involved with ordering, deployment and sparing of microwave networks.

However, these new radios are not available in all bands and come with a number of limitations, including lower RF performance, larger size, and weight, higher cost, limitations in modulation and channel sizes, amongst others.

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