RADWIN Launches New Line of 5 GHz Radios

The new feature of smart Dynamic Channel Bandwidth Selection maximizes capacity in unlicensed congested spectrums while assuring link robustness and availability.

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Israeli provider of sub-6 GHz broadband wireless solutions RADWIN launched the RADWIN 2000 D+ Series, a new line of point-to-point 5 GHz radios delivering 750 Mbps net throughput.

The company says that they will support a huge surge in demand for more capacity across all industries.

RADWIN 2000 D+ PtP radios deliver exceptional carrier-grade performance and robustness at the most competitive price, the company boasts. It declares that with link deployment in minutes, RADWIN 2000 D+ is the ideal alternative to fiber backhaul.

“RADWIN 2000 D+ radio series is the latest extension to our flagship portfolio of point-to-point solutions which are today deployed by the world’s leading carriers, operators and enterprises” said Idan Bar-Sade, RADWIN’s Vice President of Product Management. “The D+ radios build on RADWIN 2000 PtP advanced feature set and proven technologies to address today’s ever-escalating backhaul needs.”

The D+ Series radios embed RADWIN’s air-interface to ensure operation in non-line-of-sight and severe interference scenarios. The new feature of smart Dynamic Channel Bandwidth Selection maximizes capacity in unlicensed congested spectrums while assuring link robustness and availability.

RADWIN 2000 D+ Series Key Highlights include, Net throughput: 750 Mbps, Frequency availability: 5.1 – 6.0 GHz, Smart Dynamic Channel Bandwidth Selection feature: 20/40/80 MHz – Seamless operation in NLOS and severe multipath conditions, Radio frame synchronization enabling co-located radio deployments, Compliance with FCC/ETSI/MII/WPC radio regulations
Small form factor, ruggedized, and IP-67 compliant.

RADWIN 2000 D+ is now available for orders and shipment.

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