Tsunami QB 825 Link, 50 Mbps (upgradable to 100 Mbps), MIMO 2x2, 15 dBi Integrated Antenna, US PoE, Complete PAIR
Presenting Proxim’s newest compact Point-to-Point wireless backhaul solution.
Proxim Wireless is a leader and an early innovator in wireless technology providing high-speed, long-range broadband wireless solutions. Proxim introduces the Tsunami Quickbridge® 825 series, an incredibly cost-effective, non Line-of-Sight Point-to-Point (PtP) wireless backhaul solution. With this complete “Hop-in-a-Box” solution delivering up to 100 Mbps throughput, deployments of all sizes will enjoy a quick return on investment.
This link provides a complete pair of Proxim 825 radios, operating at 50Mbps throughput, (300Mbps Radio Rate), and is software upgradable to 100Mbps. ($500 upgrade). The pair of radios are very small, and include external LEDs for alignment and troubleshooting assistance. Power over Ethernet injectors are included. U-bolts are included to mount to an existing mast.
With excellent spectrum efficiency and a highly evolved prioritization platform tailored to deliver voice, video and data applications, Tsunami Quickbridge® 825 series satisfies carriers, wireless service providers and Government organizations with requirements for reliable cost optimized high performance wireless backhaul.
Leveraging the advantages of OFDM and the latest MIMO radio innovations, Tsunami Quickbridge® 825 series draws on Proxim’s proprietary Wireless Outdoor Router Protocol (WORP®) to deliver an unmatched outdoor wireless performance when compared to other products in the market today.
- Features a very small form factor and an outdoor rated IP67 Metal enclosure Available with 15 dBi integrated antenna
- 50 Mbps (license upgradable to 100 Mbps) or directly 100 Mbps of throughput with maximum data rates of 300Mbps
- Provides flexible channel planning with support for 5.150 to 5.925 GHz
- Comes with a 2x2 MIMO high power radio capable of 26 dBm transmit power
- Allows flexible bandwidth allocation for service tiers
- Spectrum analysis feature helps to study frequency bands for interference, and select a relatively low interference channel
All-in-One Link with Security Features
- Built-in feature rich network protocols for Bridging and Routing
- Advanced encryption protects over-the-air transmission via AES-128
- Radio mutual authentication eliminates unauthorized use of the system by rogue End Point and man-in-the middle attacks
- MAC, Ether type, IP address packet filtering provides granular network security
- Uses Proxim’s Wireless Outdoor Routing Protocol (WORP®) to prevent snooping
- Features highly-secure remote management via SSL, SSH and SNMPv3
Cost Effective and Ease of Installation for Quick Return on Investment
- Low-cost bundle including both radio and mounting kit provides the industry's most aggressive price point , enabling any deployment to enjoy a quick return on investment
- License-free frequency bands worldwide provide reliable wireless broadband without the high cost of licensed frequencies
- Comes as a complete "Hop-In-A-Box" compact outdoor form factor offering unprecedented ease of installation
- Non Line-of-Sight capability provided by Advanced Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) along with 2x2 MIMO eases deployment in challenging areas
- Synchronization ready to optimize channel usage of collocated link
Customers want competitive prices and high speed Internet access; service providers want to be first in line to sell access. Now that competition has heated up, time-to-market – or more accurately, time-to-revenue – is a key concern. Established telecommunications providers seek to expand footprint and discover new sources of revenue. Market newcomers seek to differentiate themselves from the “old guard” by inventing new, faster avenues to service delivery. Trenching new cable into new geographies will take too much time for both groups, and incurs large expenses.
Wireless- the Solution for Established ISPs
For the established telecommunications provider with investments in existing T1 or E1 cabling, wireless networks allow expansion from a cabled point of presence. Very quickly and inexpensively, a company can leverage its brand strength into new service offerings and new localities. And because wireless connections are inherently scalable, the service can grow with customers’ needs – without additional infrastructure costs.
ISP Newcomer? Wireless Last Miles –the Only Way to Beat ISP Incumbents
For the market newcomers – dubbed “WISPs” or Wireless Internet Service Providers by the press – competing with large incumbents can be challenging. Broadband wireless access gives WISPs a competitive edge in the market. Because the cost of equipment is more affordable than fiber or leased lines, a minimal investment can launch a broadband service offering competing with existing wired broadband. Wireless networks are fast to install, allowing quick ramp-up and reducing time-to-revenue.
As an added benefit for both new and established broadband providers, wireless enables valuable “up-sell” opportunities. Instead of a shared connection, commercial users can benefit from a dedicated link with a fixed Service Level Agreement – made affordable by wireless last mile technology. Also, wireless is an attractive option for network redundancy, which should be a critical part of the corporate contingency plan. For flexible service offerings, wireless last mile products from Proxim come in capacity variations to enable tiered subscriber plans to fit every customer’s budget and business needs.
Distance does not Deter Performance
Designed with a high 26 dBm power transmitter, and 2x2 MIMO technology, the 820 delivers superior connectivity even in harsh environment.
Quick and Easy to Install
Though designed in a small form factor, the 820packs quite a punch. The 820 is a completely “hop in a box” solution that comes with a plethora of installation tools, not to mention the on board signal strength indicator that makes installations really easy and hassle free.
Seamless Connectivity even at High Speeds
The 820 with the help of Proxim’s roaming technology - FastConnect, is able to establish unparalleled handoff times and support delay-sensitive multimedia applications even when mobile at speeds of up to 285 km/h (196 mph).
Built for The Extremes
High Performance Delivered. Anytime, Anywhere
The 820 aluminum enclosures is approved after stringent screening involving Drop, Shock, Salt Spray, Thermal, and Reliability tests. In addition, the enclosures is IP 67 rated that ensures the 820 delivers high performance even in hostile weather conditions with minimal downtimes.
Powered by WORP
The Soul of Every Tsunami®
At the core of every Tsunami® 820 lies Proxim's proprietary Wireless Outdoor Routing Protocol - WORP®, which is a reliable, secure and efficient protocol that optimizes the performance of multi-play outdoor wireless Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint links.
Pair it up with any of our Base Stations
The 820 Point-to-Multipoint subscribers and CPE are totally backward compatible with any generation of the Tsunami base stations, to give you the flexibility of scaling your existing networks.
The low cost outdoor form factor of the Tsunami® 820 is an ideal solution for large‐scale point to multipoint wireless deployments suitable for all last‐mile broadband wireless access deployments. This 820 is also feature rich with a carrier-grade prioritization platform supporting multiple service classes that can prioritize voice, video and data applications over the widest range of operating frequencies.
Lower TCO, Higher Value
License-free frequency bands worldwide provide reliable wireless broadband without the high cost of licensed frequencies.
Low-cost bundle including both radio and mounting kit provides the industry's most aggressive price point , enabling any broadband deployment to enjoy a quick return on investment.
Embedded in every 820, Proxim’s WORP QoS WORP® ensures that video packets arrive with priority by differentiating between priorities of traffic as defined in the profiles for QoS (Quality of Service), similar to the 802.16 WiMAX QoS standard definition. Furthermore, the 820 supports Transparent, Access, Trunk and Mixed mode for better management of bandwidth within departments and also support asymmetric bandwidth transfer for high upstream speeds. Not to mention high power and 2x2 MIMO innovations that help provide communications even is severe nLoS conditions.