Broadband Wireless Internet Access and LTE Systems
Broadband Wireless Internet Systems (BWA) are two-way, wireless, high-capacity communication systems specifically designed to provide “last mile” services to large numbers of commercial and residential subscribers.
Cable AML offers Wireless Internet Systems in the unlicensed 5.8 GHz band as well as in licensed frequency bands from 2.5 to 30 GHz.
Point-to-Multipoint Laguna LTE System
- Dual sector / dual channel configuration yields 200 Mbps per sector
- Available in LTE Band 40 (2.3 GHz), Band 41 (2.5 GHz) and Band 42 (3.5 GHz)
- Up to Four Transmitters and Four Receivers in one unit
- Available with Integrated EPC (Evolved Packet Control)
- All-in-one modem and radio in a single box
- Flexible mounting options: rooftops, walls, and poles
Mareas M&C devices and wireless RF technology (LoRa Technology) is making it easy and economical for smart supply chain and logistics to track valuable assets including vehicle fleets and onground equipment (i.e. trolleys, expensive tools). With Internet of Things (IoT) tracking for fleets and equipment, businesses can reduce cost by keeping these items in the field longer with better visibility for maintenance issues and close monitoring of real-time location.
In an airport or a seaport, LoRa Technology gives managers an affordable window into all the information they require from the assets at work. LoRa-based devices, sensors and gateways are an affordable way to capture, track and manage all the data generated by multiple movable assets in-motion.
- With Internet of Things (IoT), this reduces costs by keeping these items in the field longer with better visibility for maintenance issues and close monitoring of real-time location.
- Tracking devices enable real-time location and status sharing with a central manager.
- Essential information can be gathered and tracked over time in the Cloud, eliminating an on-site IT.
- Information is stored long- term, handled by a Cloud-based software provider, and accessed via the web, mobile devices, desktops, and tablets.
- Tracked and monitored via sensors including the time-of-use, driver identification and shock detection.
- Data can be analyzed to track most commonly used assets and to reduce operation costs by improving fleet management and inventory control.
Point-To-Multipoint Wireless Internet System for the License-Free 5.8 GHz Band
- Provides simultaneous Wireless Internet Access to over 100 subscribers per sector
- Throughput from 100 to 240 Mbps
- Distance of up to 30 Kilometers
- Operates in License-Free band 4.900-5.925 GHz
- Base Station sector coverage of 90 and 120 degrees
- Dynamic Channel Selection to avoid in-band Interference
Point-To-Multipoint Wireless Internet System for Licensed Bands: The BWA-2000 System
- Provides Wireless Internet Access to over 2000 subscribers per base station
- Throughput 300 Mbps per sector
- Distance of up to 40 Kilometers
- Available in the 2.5 GHz, 10.5 GHz and 28 GHz licensed bands
- System based on the DOCSIS (Data over Cable Systems Interface Specification) platform
Integrated Wireless Video and Internet Systems: Wireless “Triple Play”
A Wireless “Triple Play” System is a broadband system designed to provide Digital Television, Wireless Internet and VoIP (Voice over IP) simultaneously to a large number of subscribers. Cable AML offers systems in the 2.5 and 28 GHz bands.
BWA-4000 Wireless “TRIPLE PLAY” System
- Provides Digital Multichannel TV and Wireless Internet to thousands of subscribers
- Capacity for over 120 TV Programs
- Coverage at distance of up to 40 Kilometers
- Available in the 2.5 GHz and 28 GHz licensed bands