A wireless data system has been installed in La Paz, Baja California (Mexico) to provide redundancy backup to a high capacity fiber system.
Cable AML’s BWA-2002 system provides IP-based high throughput data service between a centrally located base station and a number of subscriber stations. Because of the Point-to-Multipoint architecture, service to additional customers can be easily provided by simply adding additional remote units.
The system’s base station was installed at the same site planned for an MMDS system and shares the same transmitter and antenna.The system shows how wireless data systems can provide path redundancy to critical fiber data links in dense urban environments where frequent construction activity is likely to result in interruption of service due to fiber cuts.
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