Enhanced video centric features in industry first WiMAX 802.16e solution for 4.9 and 5 GHz frequencies
Alvarion's BreezeMAX Extreme 5000 base stations now maximise wireless video connectivity with a new implementation of unique algorithms that assure high quality video streams in challenging network conditions.
The solution is an all-in-one, all outdoor offering for profitable up-and-go services and provides high quality of service for enhanced and swift delivery of voice, video and data services. Several product offerings include powerful interference mitigation techniques, efficient delivery of broadband applications to any environment, advanced video handling mechanisms for high quality real-time video and unique wireless video multicasting to multiple clients.
The new multicast functionality allows multiple clients to receive video feed utilizing a single transmission stream over the air, saving considerable bandwidth consumption and improving the overall business case.
BreezeMAX Extreme 5000 is the first wireless broadband solution to bring WiMAX 16e technology to the 5 GHz license-exempt market. This best-of-breed base station is designed for a variety of applications and business models and offers advanced air-protocol capabilities, superior performance and standard protocol support.
BreezeMAX Extreme 5000 is designed for ease-of-deployment and reduced total cost of ownership. Built with the distributor in mind this solution offers easy configuration and a self-sustained WiMAX ecosystem.
|Model code||BreezeMAX Extreme 5000|
Weight g: 1,100
Dimensions mm: 510 x 280 x 147
Operating Temp oC: -40 ~ 55
Operating Humidity %: 5 ~ 95
BreezeMAX Extreme 5000 is part of the carrier-class, field proven BreezeMAX product family and brings WiMAX 16e technology to the 5 GHz license-exempt market. The base station is designed for a variety of applications and business models and offers advanced air-protocol capabilities, superior performance and standard protocol support.
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