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Ceragon Networks

The Market

Striving to meet the high demands of 4G/5G for high-capacity connectivity and providing mobile operators with long-term network planning peace of mind, delay in setting up fiber networks has reinvigorated the demand for a disruptive alternative technology to fulfill this need. 

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The Solution

Ceragon Networks, FibeAir IP-20C is breaking the traditional capacity barriers and is the only microwave radio to offer a virtual fiber solution in licensed bands.

Ceragon Microwave Backhaul Solutions

Ceragon FibeAir IP20C features a breakthrough multi-core technology that employs a parallel radio processing engine to double the link performance.

High Performance FibeAir IP-20C Backhaul

FibeAir IP-20C delivers multi-Gbps capacity on a single frequency channel - setting a new standard for efficient spectrum usage and significantly improving operators' total cost of ownership (TCO)

  • 4x4 MIMO technology

  • 1.0Gbps capacity over single 28MHz channel

  • 2.0Gbps capacity over a single 56MHz channel

  • 6-42GHz operating frequency bands

  • 2048 QAM modulation

 

Highly Versatile Microwave Backhaul

The FibeAir IP-20C is a highly versatile, compact and all-outdoor wireless backhaul node that suits any network deployment scenario, from aggregation sites to small cell backhaul, at LTE, LTE-Advanced pro and 5G mobile network, as well as any vertical application, and is designed to help you meet a wide variety of challenges throughout your network deployment.

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Product highlights:

Using Ceragon's unique multicore technology you can:

  • Doubled wireless backhaul capacity via remote activation of another radio carrier with no site visits required

  • Deliver the needed wireless backhaul capacity at as little as 1/4 of the spectrum otherwise needed with Ceragon's field-proven LoS MIMO 4x4 technology - enabling 1Gbps radio capacity over a single 30Mhz channel or 2Gbps over a single 60MHz

  • Deploy sites where needed, removing congested wireless backhaul constraints by doubling the reuse of microwave frequency channels and using Advanced Frequency Reuse technology embedded in the multicore technology

 

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