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

CBRS-Based Private LTE Solution

LTE PRIVATE

Private LTE Systems can be implemented in the CBRS Band (3550 – 3700 MHz). The FCC has designated this band for shared use according to a 3-tier spectrum architecture:
» Tier 1 is occupied by Incumbents, specifically the (US Navy, with rare activity near the coastal regions in the 3550 -3700 MHz band and Fixed Satellite Earth Stations, with multiple fixed Locations (Receive only) in the 3600 – 3700 MHz band.
» Tier 2 is designated as Priority Access License (PAL). The licenses for this service were auctioned in mid-2020 (Band 3550 – 3650 MHz).
» Tier 3 is the General Authorized Access (GAA) with administration by Spectrum Access System (SAS), who centrally coordinates access the shared spectrum, enforcing priorities and monitoring the incumbent operation for the RF environment.

Applications
» School Districts to provide Broadband Wireless Connection.
» Hospitals, for In-door improved network and communications coverage.
» Government Facilities.

Laguna Portable LTE System

LTE Portable

» LTE operation in private network on the move.
» Standard LTE Bands with paired available Phone devices.
» 3GPP frequency band options from 650 MHz to 3.8 GHz supporting both FDD and TDD.
» Supporting 2 x 2 MIMO.
» High Performance frequency stability, as well as GPS support.
» Transmitter power options available

This revolutionary solution includes VoIP PBX, EPC (LTE Evolved Packet Core Server),eNodeB (4G LTE Radio Access Network) all of this as a battery-operated low power system implemented with either a backpack, tactical case or vehicle or tower mount for extended range. It features an application for Android Phone for Voice and message communications within the network.

Point-to-Multipoint Laguna LTE System

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

Name Frequency Model
Data Sheet of LTE Base Station Band 40 (2.3 GHz), Band 41 (2.6 GHz), Band 42 (3.5 GHz) Laguna LTE CMP 3000
Data Sheet of LTE Outdoor CPE Band 40 (2.3 GHz), Band 41 (2.6 GHz), Band 42 (3.5 GHz) Laguna LTE CPE 9000
Data Sheet of LTE EPC LAGUNAWAY Band 40 (2.3 GHz), Band 41 (2.6 GHz), Band 42 (3.5 GHz) Laguna EPC 1010/1020

Point-To-Multipoint Wireless Internet System for the License-Free 5.8 GHz Band

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

Name Frequency Model
Data Sheet of Point to Multipoint Wireless System for the Licenses Free Band 5.8GHz BWA 5.8GHZ

Point-To-Multipoint Wireless Internet System for Licensed Bands: The BWA-2000 System

Point-To-Multipoint Wireless Internet System for Licensed Bands

» 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

Name Frequency Model
Data Sheet of Point to Multipoint Wireless System 2.5GHz BWA-2002
Data Sheet of Transceiver 2.5 to 2.686 GHz TRX02-250C
Data Sheet of Wireless DOCSIS Transceiver TRX2.5-200C
Data Sheet of Point to Multipoint Wireless System 12 to 42 MHz BWA-2010
Data Sheet of Point to Multipoint Wireless System 28 GHz BWA-2028

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.

Integrated Wireless Video and Internet Systems: Wireless “Triple Play”

» 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

Name Frequency Model
Data Sheet of Broadband Base Station Transceiver 24 – 26 GHz BST26-010
Data Sheet of Outdoor Active Repeater 26 to 30 GH OAR28-001
Data Sheet of CPE Transceiver 45-65 MHz CPE28TR-001

Cable AML Latest Wireless Internet & Private LTE Projects

Review Cable AML latest projects & installations from the Wireless Internet and Private LTE.

“The system is providing excellent connectivity and is allowing Hitron to triplicate its data connectivity capacity.”

Greg Morgan, Hitron

The Cable AML transmitter was installed the same day it was received and has been working perfectly since day one.”

Miguel Mata, Intercom

To quote a Data Link, we need to know the following information:

Your system design is determined by specific criteria including:

» The services to be offered (business model).
» The frequency spectrum and bandwidth available.
» The network configuration, including the number and size of the cells, the interconnections among the cells, the data center, and data networks.
» The cell configuration, taking into account customer density to determine sectorization, cross-polarization, and frequency reuse.
» The RF design requirements, including base station power, antenna coverage, redundancy requirements, as well as subscriber power and interface to vertical distribution plant within buildings.

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