Today's converged multi-service networks need high capacity, availability, reliability, and security with low latency and true affordability. Our Cambium PTP 800 Licensed Ethernet portfolio has been designed to ensure that today's evolving networks can benefit from the highest level of IP-optimized microwave solutions available in the market. For public safety agencies, government entities, enterprises, and service providers who demand licensed exclusivity, high-bandwidth, scalability, and affordability, the PTP 800 Series can meet all of your network and bandwidth requirements.
Because our portfolio supports both Split Mount and All-Indoor architectures, network operators can choose a solution that best accommodates their unique business needs. Whether providing connectivity to long distance locations, backhauling video, or providing last-mile access, the PTP 800 and PTP 800i All-Indoor solutions have the capabilities and features to meet today's IP requirements and tomorrow's Next Generation Network needs.
Operating in the 6 to 38 GHz RF bands* at up to 368 Mbps throughput (full duplex) and with user-configured channel bandwidths from 7 to 56 MHz, the Cambium PTP 800 Series offers operators a highly reliable licensed band solution. With upgradeable capacity from 10 Mbps to full capacity via a software key, the systems offer exceptional cost efficiency and scalability. The PTP 800i All-Indoor system delivers up to 236 Mbps (full duplex) over configurable channel bandwidths from 10 to 40 MHz. In addition, Cambium offers comprehensive FCC licensing coordination services through our partnership with Comsearch.
*Local regulatory requirements should be confirmed prior to system purchase.
Journal Broadcast Group deployed a Cambium Networks PTP 800 licensed microwave solution. Using the Cambium LINKPlanner tool, they were able to model the exact performance of the network over hops up to 11 miles and selected to deploy the full duplex network with each link having better than 99.999% reliability. As an extra measure of security, Journal Broadcast Group implemented an optional double stack 1+1 redundant link on separate antennas.