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PMP 450 UPDATE FOR PRICING CONTACT MAPLENET WIRELESS MAPLENET WIRELESSMAPLENET WIRELESS February 2014
PMP th Generation (4G) of PMP product family from Cambium Dramatically increases overall system capacity – Over 125 Mbps per Access Point – Over 1.5 Gbps of tower bandwidth possible – Can support any symmetrical or asymmetrical speed OFDM MIMO provides near Line of Sight (nLOS) and LOS access Software defined radio design allows for rapid expansion of frequency bands, both licensed and unlicensed Utilizes GPS synching capability to achieve maximum spectral efficiency and very low latency supporting VoIP and video Installation and turn up in days, not weeks or months 2© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 ADVANTAGES CharacteristicCambium PMPImplications Channel Access Scheduled TDD – Deterministic and Scalable regardless of load Without scheduled TDD, users will complain about availability as subscribers are added. Latency and QoS Consistent and Deterministic – critical for voice and video and T1 replacements Without consistent latency, network users will complain about delays and poor performance. GPS Synchronization Supported -> Efficient Channel Re- use / Easy Deployment. in Multi- Sector / Multi-Site systems Unsynchronized systems perform inconsistently and poorly as subscribers are added. Use more channels to serve the same # of users Throughput and System Capacity (bits/sec/Hz/sq km) High ability for frequency reuse. Higher aggregate real user throughput and system capacity for given channel width and available spectrum. Competitive systems require more AP towers to be added to meet demand – but this adds interference. Select a solution that meets todays needs and supports growth 3© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
GPS SYNCHRONIZATION AP and SM communication is synchronized (all APs and SMs have controlled alternating communication) – reducing self interference – All SMs within a network – All APs within a cluster – All APs on a tower (multiple clusters) – All APs on all towers in the network Enables channel re-use and easy to deploy multi-sector, multi tower networks (minimal tower separation) Use the same number of channels to serve a higher number of users 4© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450: KEY SYSTEM FEATURES Radio Performance FeaturesAdvantage High-Efficiency Canopy MACHigher payload capacity and efficient spectrum use 2x2 MIMO w/ Migration Path High capacity and link budgets with path to MU- MIMO in the future Consistent Very Low LatencyReliable support of voice and video applications InteroperabilitySeamless operation with existing PMP 430 SMs GPS SynchronizationNetwork scalability and self-interference avoidance Dual Band (5.4 and 5.8 GHz), 2.4 GHz, 3 GHz One high performance SKU to cover both 5GHz bands, Proliferation of additional frequencies nLOS ConnectivityEnhanced coverage over challenging terrain 5© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450: ACCESS POINT DIMENSIONS /products/pmp/pmp-450 6© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
Quick-Mount HardwareEasy installation Built-In Surge Suppression on APNo additional parts needed Physical FeaturesAdvantage PMP 450: ACCESS POINT DETAILS 1000BaseT (Gig-E) InterfaceAllows for maximum data throughput High Performance Sector Antennas Specified and Optimized for PMP 450 IP67, IP66 Certified AP HousingFully weather rated 7© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
Connectorized RM PMP 450: REMOTE MODULE OPTIONS Antenna Options Reflector DishCLIP (5 GHz only) Integrated Antenna 8© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 REMOTE MODULE TIERS RMs fully upgradeable from 4 to 60+ MbpsSoftware keys available to easily move between tiers Burst bucket has increased from 500 Mb to 2.5 Gb!Amount of burst can be fully managed per RM 9© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
INTRODUCTION OF PMP GHZ CategorySpecification Frequency3.3 to 3.6 GHz, 3.55 to 3.8 GHz Max Throughput125 Mbps Modulation Modes2x2 MIMO: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM Latency3-5 ms Max TX Power+20 dBm per chain (+23 dBm comb) Channel Bandwidth5, 10, 20 MHz Power Consumption10 W typical, 14 W peak AP Antenna17 dBi – (90° sector) AP Dimensions11 x 8 (Current PMP 450 AP) SM Antenna Gain+9 dBi SM Dimensions (Estimate) 8 x 3 (similar in size to Canopy FSK) AccessoriesDish: +11 dBi (total of 20 dBi) 10 Access Point Remote Module © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
CAMBIUM LAB RESULTS
PMP 5 GHZ THROUGHPUT AND RANGE PERFORMANCE MHz Channel -- Maximum LOS range mi(km) Frequency Band Modulation ModeIntegrated (9dBi)CLIP (17dBi)Reflector Dish (23dBi) 5.8 GHz 256QAM – MIMO-B (8X) 0.3 (0.5)0.9 (1.5)1.7 (2.7) 64QAM – MIMO-B (6X) 1.1 (1.8)3.1 (5)5.5 (8.9) 16QAM – MIMO-B (4X) 2.7 (4.3)7.6 (12.3)13.5 (21.8) QPSK – MIMO-B (2X) 6 (9.7)17 (27)30 (48) QPSK – SISO (1X) 8.4 (13.6)23.8 (38)40 (64) © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 2.4 GHZ THROUGHPUT AND RANGE PERFORMANCE MHz Channel -- Maximum LOS range mi(km) Frequency Band Modulation ModeIntegrated (7dBi)Reflector Dish (19dBi) 2.4 GHz 256QAM – MIMO-B (8X) 1.1 (1.7)4.3 (6.9) 64QAM – MIMO-B (6X) 2.4 (3.9)9.5 (15.3) 16QAM – MIMO-B (4X) 5.4 (8.6)21.3 (34.3) QPSK – MIMO-B (2X) 10.7 (17.2)40 (64) QPSK – SISO (1X) 15.1 (24.3)40 (64) © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 3 GHZ THROUGHPUT AND RANGE PERFORMANCE MHz Channel -- Maximum LOS range mi(km) Frequency Band Modulation ModeIntegrated (9dBi)Reflector Dish (12dBi) 3 GHz 256QAM – MIMO-B (8X) 1.2 (2.0)4.4 (7.0) 64QAM – MIMO-B (6X) 2.8 (4.4)9.8 (15.8) 16QAM – MIMO-B (4X) 6.2 (9.9)21.9 (35.3) QPSK – MIMO-B (2X) 12.2 (19.6)40 (64) © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
VOIP AND VIDEO TESTING 15 VoIP Testing : - Tested G.711u and G.729 codecs - Shown is the maximum number of simultaneous calls while maintaining a MOS score >3.5 Video Testing: -Preliminary testing showed good results -No issues when sending multiple HD (H.264) streams -Surveillance use case also tested well -New Features enable IPTV VoIP Calls on unloaded system With background traffic Streaming Video - Downlink Video Surveillance - Uplink (bi-directional FTP session) © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
MULTICAST VIRTUAL CIRCUIT New feature on PMP 450 enables multicast traffic to be properly prioritized Previously multicast packets were transmitted as part of the Broadcast VC (1X) If the Multicast VC is enabled, multicast packets can be transmitted downlink at a configurable data rate (1X, 2X, 4X, 6X) on a separate VC. 16 Enabled under Configuration Radio Multicast Downlink CIR: Guaranteed multicast VC bandwidth, this includes the repeat count as part of the multicast bandwidth. This is calculated separately from the Broadcast CIR. © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
Complement PMP 450 with VoIP! Clean setup with power supply through WAN port for PMP450 and ePMP RM. 2 FXS ports Feature rich ATA with built-in router: C3VOIP FeatureC3VoIP-150 Model NumberN000000L020A FXS Port2, RJ11 LAN Port1, RJ45 WAN Port1xFE, RJ45 Proprietary PoE AC/DC adaptorAC input: V, DC output:12V, 2A Bridge modeBridge/Router Voice CodecG.711a, G.711µ, G.722, G.723, G.729 A/AB Fax Over IPT.38 compliant / G.711 Auto ProvisionTFTP/HTTP/HTTPS, TR069 QoS802.1Q/802.1p VLAN, IP TOS ManagementSNMPv2, CNS support Comprehensive voice codecs: G.711 & G.729A/B, adaptive jitter buffer management, echo cancellation, T.38 Fax. Advanced call features including 3- way conference, music on hold, call hold/forwarding/mute/transfer, speed dial, caller ID, black list, call log, etc. Secure and automated provisioning using HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP, TR069 © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
CAMBIUM FIELD TRIAL RESULTS
BETA FIELD TEST – LOS 11.8 miles 3.95 miles 2.4 miles CAMBIUM NETWORKS, LTD. CONFIDENTIAL RESTRICTED 19© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
BETA FIELD TESTING - NLOS CAMBIUM NETWORKS, LTD. CONFIDENTIAL RESTRICTED 20© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 CHICAGO URBAN CANYON TRIAL SCENARIO #1 RM(NLOS) : 0.36 miles 22dBm w/ integrated antenna Rx : -64dBm Aggregate Tput : 25.2Mbps RM (nLOS) : 0.22 miles 22dBm w/ integrated antenna Rx : -64dBm Aggregate Tput : 29.2Mbps RM (LOS) : 0.22 miles 19dBm w/ Cassagrain Rx : -56dBm Aggregate Tput : 99.5Mbps CAMBIUM NETWORKS, LTD. CONFIDENTIAL RESTRICTED 21© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 CHICAGO URBAN CANYON TRIAL SCENARIO #2 AP(NLOS) facing South : 90° degree MIMO antenna Height approximately 25ft. Started at corner of the block and maintained performance after moving 300ft further away RM(NLOS) facing East : 0.13 miles away Blocked by 8 story building on the left Installed with Cassagrain SM Rx : -76dBm Aggregate Tput : 33.6Mbps 22© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. CAMBIUM NETWORKS, LTD. CONFIDENTIAL RESTRICTED
PMP 450 PLATFORM FEATURES
PMP RELEASES – WHERE WEVE BEEN 24 R GHz ETSI 10 MHz Channels Alignment Tone R Full Spectrum Band Scan (across channel sizes and frequencies) PPPoE PADI filtering CIR AP Selection Method Link Stability Updates R12.0 Initial Release 5.8 GHz MIMO-B Operation 20 MHz Channels GPS Sync Up to 90 Mbps Product concepts described in this presentation may still be under investigation or development. Specific details, specifications and timelines are subject to change without notice. Cambium makes no commitment or representation that such product concepts will be available as commercial products. Jan, 2014 R GHz FCC Maximum Burst Rate controls RADIUS dictionary updates 128-bit AES Encryption Fully Scalable (to 238 RMs) Enhance Radio Statistics (Rx Pwr, Signal strength, Signal to Noise status) R12.1 Autosync Enhanced Spectrum Analyzer NTP Server in AP Rx Quality Statistics Enhanced Link Test IP Access Filtering R GHz AP & RM Connectorized RM AP Bridge Flooding Simplified Sync (Remote AP) Vietnam Region code 2.5 MHz Channel Raster R PMP 430 interoperability QPSK SISO mode 256 QAM Larger MTU (1700 bytes) Improved QoS Handling © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
FeatureBenefit PMP 430 interoperability Interoperability of PMP 450 AP and PMP 430 SM. A PMP 430 SM can register and co-exist in a PMP 450 sector QPSK SISO mode The AP can transmit at 3 dB higher power, rate adapting down to QPSK SISO mode of operation when channel conditions demand it 256 QAM PMP 450 can rate adapt up to 256-QAM modulation rates (8x) when channel conditions allow it, giving a total of 125 Mbps capacity Larger MTU (1700 bytes) PMP 450 now supports up to 1700 byte packets, allowing the use of MPLS tags in the ethernet structure Enhanced Link Test Statistics Additional statistics are available after link test is run to better analyze the link PMP 450 R12.2 SOFTWARE RELEASE 25© 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 INTEROPERABILITY 26 PMP 430 RM PMP 450 RM PMP 430 AP PMP 450 AP When PMP 430 Interoperability becomes available: Simply swap Access Points, then continue to build out your network by adding PMP 450 RMs © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
PMP 450 – CONTINUAL PERFORMANCE EVOLUTION 27 *Roadmap features, subject to change © 2014 Cambium Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.
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