PTP5-N-UNITY, 5.8GHz, 220Mbps, QOS, Connectorized Dual N-Female, Point to Point Radio, PS/POE Included
The new UNITY series products have an extremely powerful integrated 28 dBm (+/-2 dB) radio, which allows building solid long-distance links even with an integrated antenna. The output power on highest modulation (MCS 15) is 23 dBm (+/- 2 dB), which is hard to find elsewhere in the market today.
Gigabit Ethernet port and 802.3 af standard support makes the UNITY series product line even more flexible. Superior SURGE and ESD protection makes this product ideal for mission critical and harsh-weather condition installations. SURGE and ESD protection meets IEC61000-4-2 (ESD) and IEC 61000- 4-5 (SURGE) standards.
The LigoPTP 5-23/5-N UNITY is also compatible with LigoWave’s online link calculator and WNMS, a centralized configuration, firmware, and statistics server offered by LigoWave for remote diagnostic and configuration.Back to Top
Additionally, the new product is compatible with previous LigoPTP 5-23 MiMo, LigoPTP 5-N MiMo, LigoPTP 5-23 PRO and LigoPTP 5-N PRO models that can be used concurrently to double the throughput over the same link. This product enables carrier-class point-to-point capability, ideal for dedicated access or backhaul applications (including VOIP or other small packet applications). The LigoPTP UNITY product family couples flexible channel width capability (20 or 40 MHz) and industry-leading proprietary software mechanisms to set the utmost standard in spectral efficiency.
The LigoPTP 5-23/5-N UNITY products feature either an integrated dual-polarized antenna or two N-type connectors. They are housed in rugged, cast aluminum enclosures. Combining digital signal processing, dual-polarized antennas and proprietary W-Jet 2 MiMo protocol these bridges have a high spectral efficiency of 7.5bit/Hz.
The LigoPTP 5-23/5-N UNITY showcase an array of advanced software mechanisms that provide optimal point-to- point connectivity for high-throughput, long distance links. LigoWave’s proprietary PTP mechanisms utilize techniques such as Dynamic Time Division Duplexing (TDD) to dynamically allocate bandwidth in the direction needed, thus increasing link efficiency and greatly decreasing the impact that distance has on throughput of the link.
The LigoWave point-to-point products also features selective repeat ARQ technology, an enhanced error-correction software mechanism that optimises data traffic to provide very high throughput over high-bandwidth, long-range links even in the presence of interference.