Proxim Wireless TSUNAMI.GX 200 carrier-class wireless ethernet bridges for voice and data backhaul

Technical Specification

Features:
  • Make: Proxim Wireless
  • Model code: TSUNAMI.GX 200
  • Interface: 10/100 BASE T RJ-45
  • Transmission Range m: 20
  • Bandwidth MHz: 5,725 ~ 5,850
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Proxim's Tsunami.GX is a full-duplex point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridge with an innovative split-box design. This latest generation of high-capacity wireless bridges is designed to reduce the expense of extending IP networks and to simplify installation. Secure wireless Proxim's Tsunami.GX is a full-duplex point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridge with an innovative split-box design. This latest generation of high-capacity wireless bridges is designed to reduce the expense of extending IP networks and to simplify installation. Secure wireless technology significantly reduces total cost of ownership (TCO) and speeds deployment, while a split-box design adds installation flexibility.   //

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Make Proxim Wireless
Manufacturer Proxim Wireless Corporation
Model code TSUNAMI.GX 200
Network Properties Interface: 10/100 BASE T RJ-45
Transmission Range m 20
Bandwidth MHz 5,725 ~ 5,850
Physical Specifications Weight g: 2,900
Dimensions mm: 436 x 276 x 44
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 20 ~ 60 V DC
Power Consumption: 70 W
Environmental Specifications Operating Temp oC: 0 ~ 50
Operating Humidity %: 0 ~ 95
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Proxim's Tsunami.GX is a full-duplex point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridge with an innovative split-box design. This latest generation of high-capacity wireless bridges is designed to reduce the expense of extending IP networks and to simplify installation. Secure wireless Proxim's Tsunami.GX is a full-duplex point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridge with an innovative split-box design. This latest generation of high-capacity wireless bridges is designed to reduce the expense of extending IP networks and to simplify installation. Secure wireless technology significantly reduces total cost of ownership (TCO) and speeds deployment, while a split-box design adds installation flexibility.

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