High capacity point-to-point solution for license-exempt frequencies
Alvarion's BreezeNET B130/B300 answers the growing need for higher bandwidth capacity, by combining up to 250 Mbps throughput with TDM and Ethernet transport which maximises spectral efficiency for high performance and long distance connectivity. An all-outdoor, high-performance solution with more effective throughput, BreezeNET B130/B300 operates in both LOS (line-of-sight) and NLOS (non-line-of-sight) environments and offers increased link availability for enhanced QoS. The BreezeNET B product family of wireless point-to-point bridging solutions for license-exempt bands, provides an efficient and highly secure solution for enterprise wireless connectivity applications and backhaul services between two remote locations and co-location applications.
BreezeNET B130/B300 offers single or dual-radio split system design with integrated or external antennas and supports an array of LOS and NLOS applications including:
- Access backhauling
- Video surveillance applications
- Leased-line replacement
- Disaster recovery
Main features and highlights:
Range of frequencies
Available in a range of frequency bands from 4.9 - 5.9 GHz, BreezeNET B130/B300 features several region-specific output power versions and can be configured to support these frequencies from a single platform. A versatile solution, BreezeNET B130/B300 utilises DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) to select license-exempt channels with low occupancy, radar detection and avoidance to comply with FCC/CE regulations.
High-capacity and spectrum efficiency
BreezeNET B130/B300 provides enhanced capacity of up to 250 Mbps and 5/10/20/40 MHz optional channel size, maintaining cost-effective spectrum use and reduced interference. Adaptive modulation for monitoring link directions reduces errors in operation and flexible bandwidth allocation enables asymmetric or fully symmetric, fixed or dynamically adjusted allocation.
Supporting long-range backhaul reaching more than 60 km, BreezeNET B130/B300 can also reduce roll-out costs by utilising multiple radios for less power and antenna size to reach remote sites.
BreezeNET B130 can be easily and remotely upgraded to BreezeNET B300, scaling from 130 Mbps to 250 Mbps aggregated throughput for enhanced performance.
Premium networking features
Featuring a best-of-breed set of networking features, BreezeNET B130/B300 is designed with an integrated switch/router for reducing network overhead as well as an intelligent Layer 2 and 3 switch and QoS enforcer.
Secure and reliable
BreezeNET B130/B300 is a reliable solution enabling up to 4 separate signal paths by utilising diverse, physically separated antennas to minimise downtime during extra-fade periods. A robust solution, it features one-plus-one hot-standby link that seamlessly switches to alternative equipment in case of hardware failure, small footprint antenna and all-outdoor design which ensures operation in all weather conditions. BreezeNET B130/B300 is designed with enhanced security capabilities including always-on digital and signature-based mutual authentication between link-ends, and out and in-band, secure, password-protected management GUI and SNMP.
Modular and scalable architecture
BreezeNET B130/B300 offers integrated or external detachable antennas and easy-to-deploy mounting hardware and form factor. Automatic and manual, fault proof over-the-air firmware upgrade ensures ultimate modularity and scalability.
|Model code||BreezeNET B130/B300|
|Transmission type||Radiowave transmission|
Bit rate Bps: Up to 300 Mbps
Interface: Ethernet 10/100BaseT (RJ-45), E1/T1 Optional
|Transmission Range m||60,000|
|Bandwidth MHz||5 MHz, 10 MHz, 20 MHz, 40 MHz|
5 GHz PTP wireless solution.
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