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1 NetPoint Pro Product Family Overview

2 Wi-Fi Radio Evolution Time Data rates (Mbps) DATA DEMANDS GROW Now being introduced b g n 1 st Gen. Indoor use n 1 st Gen. Indoor use n 2 nd Gen Two-Way beam forming n 2 nd Gen Two-Way beam forming Future: White Space ac ad Future: White Space ac ad

3 802.11n Standard – Benefits MIMO – Multiple In Multiple Out –Multiple antennas for transmit and receive –beam forming Range and throughput increase –Multiple data streams Throughput increase Spatial Adaptive beam forming –On Rx, mandatory –On Tx, optional Additional protocol enhancements for higher capacity –20 MHz and 40 MHz channels As opposed to only 20 MHz in 11b/g –MAC enhancements Less overhead, more data Frame aggregation Block ACK TX x RX : St

4 Versatile Access and Backhaul Access (2.4 GHz) Backhaul (5 GHz) Versatile field-of-view Sector and Omni beam forming and 3x3:3 MIMO Leveraging 4 antennas Unique Interference Mitigation Suite HW and SW based techniques Carrier Grade Design Reliability and manageability Core homologation Seamless Mobile Data Offload Flexible core integration and homologation NetPoint Pro Family

5 Beam forming Explained Leverages multiple radios and a unique High Gain Diversely Polarized (HGDP) antenna array Focuses the energy to and from clients on Tx and Rx Adapts per packet per user – tracks movements and noise variations Exploits multipath by coherently combining all reflections Signal Strength HGDP Antenna Array 8 dB beam forming gain and 12 dB HGDP antenna array gain 8 dB beam forming gain and 12 dB HGDP antenna array gain

6 NetPoint Pro Key Features Gigabit Outdoor Wi-Fi –Two-Way beam forming and MIMO 3x3:3 technology –High Gain Diversely Polarized ( HGDP ) antenna array –Up to 12 radios per box –450 Mbps PHY rate Interference Immunity Suite –Beam forming, Null forming, DIH and ACS –Field-proven mature algorithms from the NetPoint Pro family are embedded into the 11n line of products Carrier Grade –Quality, reliability and durability –IP-67, designed for harsh outdoor environments –Full FCAPS management –Unified NMS for all NetPoint Pro products

7 NetPoint Pro n Technology Benefits Extended coverage –Larger coverage area –Uniform coverage and NLOS Increased capacity –Better link budget means higher rates –Three spatial data streams Deep indoor penetration –Improved link gain enables building coverage from the outside Best user experience with fastest service rates Fastest ROI - Fewer base stations required –50% cost saving in CAPEX and OPEX –Lowest cost per covered area Competition Netronics coverage and capacity gain

8 NetPoint Pro Key Benefits Over a Decade of Outdoor Wi-Fi Experience –Numerous large scale projects in over 20 countries Complete Solution –End to End solution: Access, Backhaul, CPEs, Management –2.4 GHz for access and 5 GHz for backhaul Metro and Rural Wi-Fi Applications –Large metro zones, building coverage, 3G offloading, digital divide and verticals Seamless Cellular 3G Offloading –Seamless user authentication with EAP-SIM/AKA –Service continuity –I-WLAN and EPC (roadmap)

9 NetPoint Pro Family

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13 NMS EMS: Device Configuration, SW upgrade & more NMS: Network Discovery, Topology and Geographical maps, Inventory, Fault Management, Performance Management, Bulk Operation Client-Server distributed architecture, supporting multiple clients, using standard SNMP Multi platform: Server on Windows 2008 Client on Windows XP/ Vista MySQL DB Server

14 NetPoint Pro n: Any Where, Any Need

15 Segment Applications Operators and ISPs Metro Wi-Fi 3G offload Mobile Access Businesses access SME SOHO Corporate Residential access Rural access Campuses Government and private networks Education campuses and schools Safe City Municipal networks Health AMR and Telemetry Hospitality Oil and Gas Construction sites Mining Utilities Retail shops NetPoint Pro: Any Wi-Fi Application

16 Field Proven Interference Immunity Critical for large scale outdoor Wi-Fi networks The key factor for performance in operation on the over occupied 2.4 GHz Leveraging a decade of outdoor experience Interference Immunity Suite beam forming inherent 5dB interference suppression Enhances the link budget in both Uplink and Downlink increasing the signal to noise ratio Dynamic Interference Handling (DIH) Automatic Channel Selection (ACS) Offline, and online with continuous scanning Industry leading Null forming technology Eliminates the effect of noise by making a null in the antenna beam

17 Hardware Specifications – Cont. Netronics PoE –AC PoE: 55VDC over 1Gbps Ethernet Feed: 100 to 240 VAC, Hz Power LED –DC PoE: 48VDC over 1Gbps Ethernet Feed: -48 VDC Environmental –Operating air temperature: to 55 0 Celsius Up to 60 0 with sun shield –Enclosure: IP-67, corrosion resistant –Wind survivability: 165 Mph –Green product: RoHS and WEEE environmental certifications IPv6 – hardware ready AC PoE

18 Security Features Security modes Open, WEP, WPA, WPA2, WAPI* Authentication Pre-shared key 802.1x with RADIUS Server EAP-TLS, PEAP, EAP-TTLS, EAP-SIM, EAP-AKA Hardware Encryptions WEP, TKIP, AES MAC accept/reject lists Per VAP Peer-to-peer blocking

19 Asia, urban, 6/2011: 70 Mbps UDP DL 2x2 laptop Theoretical vs. Trials (Downlink, 20MHz) k 20k Rate (Mbps) Assuming urban Areas, 2 dBi antennas Assuming Rural LOS, Outdoor 20 dBi CPE antenna 2x2 MIMO, 1.5 Assuming suburban Areas with two streams, 2x2 CPE, 5 dBi antennas Smart phones and tablets Dongle and indoor CPEs Outdoor CPEs 16 8 Distance (meters) g PHY rate CPE – Netronics certified 3 streams Asia urban, 5/2011: 30 Mbps TCP DL 2x2 laptop Europe, suburban, 6/2011: 134 Mbps TCP DL 3x3 CPE

20 Beam Forming Technology

21 Standard WiFi : Range with Omni Antenna X Connected client Disconnected client Legend Rogue/ Interferer 360 coverage Short range Sensitive to noise from 360

22 Standard WiFi: Range with Directional Antenna Main lobe side lobes 4x Extended range Noise from most sources ignored Narrow beam covers few clients Many sectors required to cover 360 Connected client Disconnected client Legend Rogue/ Interferer

23 phase shifters N N-2 N-1 N-3 … 1,,k 2,,k 3,,k 4,,k 5,,k 6,,k 7,,k N-3,,k N-2,,k N-1,,k N,,k t=0 t=1 t=2 t=3 Steering the Antenna to the desired direction using the Phase shifters Phased Array – DSP Implementation

24 Beam Forming Omni Antenna vs. Directional Antenna Half-power beam width Main lobe side lobes nulls Omni Antenna –Large area coverage Directional Antenna –High Antenna gain Phased Array – By steering the Beam the system gains –Large area coverage –High Antenna gain –Side interference immunity

25 2-4X Beamforming: The best of both worlds xRF is effectively a directional antenna which covers 360 Long range, with 360 coverage Does not pick up 360 noise Fully transparent/automatic None Connected Disconnected Legend Interferer

26 2-4X Beamforming: The best of both worlds xRF is effectively a directional antenna which covers 360 Long range, with 360 coverage Does not pick up 360 noise Fully transparent/automatic None Connected Disconnected Legend Interferer

27 xRF Adaptive Beam Forming Directional Interferer Omni Interferer User Interference Immunity User

28 Fading, Multi-path Σ Bad signal reception due to different phases of signal from different multi-path reflections

29 Field test When measured by the 4 different Antennas we see completely different frequency response. Each Antenna has Nulls in different frequencies. Constellations in each of the 4 elements After Combining

30 Mesh Layer 2 based for easy roaming Separate 5.x GHz channel for Mesh not interfering with 2.4 GHz access Dynamic Mesh based on the s IEEE standard Auto topology detection O&M for fault discovery and maintenance Automatic Mesh optimization by continuous sensing of the RF signal quality of other surrounding stations

31 Value Proposition Superior coverage and capacity utilizing the industry leading digital beamforming solution (xRF) Unique interference mitigation technology High-performance mesh architecture provides improved ROI with significant savings on the backhaul network Designed for Co-location with 3G base station equipment with specialized filters Based on standard Wi-Fi technology Designed for the harsh outdoor environment

32 Beam Forming vs. Switching PALNAPALNAPALNA PA LNA PALNA Switch Array If PA power is 15 dBm Antenna is 8 dBi Total is 15 dBm + 6 dB* + 6 dB** + 8 dBi = 35 dBmi * combining 4 PAs and not single, x4 is 6 dB **Array gain of transmitting from 4 ants with different phases If PA power is 15 dBm Antenna is 8 dBi* Total is 15 dBm + 8 dBi = 23 dBmi *Beam switching can increase a bit antenna gain on account of size

33 xRF 11b xRF 11g n vs. b/g beamforming 11n 11g 11b xRF 11n xRF2 11n

34 802.11n, The Outdoor Challenge

35 Fading, Multi-path Σ Bad signal reception due to different phases of signal from different multi-path reflections

36 BF-MIMO Outdoor channel introduce delay spread which is significantly larger than 08usec BF-MIMO is reducing the effective delay spread to allow increased coverage Ant 1 Ant 2 Ant 3 MIMO 1-3µsec>0.8µsec Delay Spread: BF-MIMO

37 BF MIMO ISI 800n s 2300n s Delay

38 BF-MIMO Enhancing MIMO effective range outdoor from few tenth of meters to over 100m Improved 5-9dB in downlink MIMO link budget / SNR Noise immunity GI of 800nsec emulation for Qualcomm

39 Beam With Null forming Hidden node is received 15 dB less and thus do not interfere Hidden Main

40 Null Forming Reducing the effect of interference

41 Null Forming Beams are built long term with Nulls to major interference sources. Such sources can be neighboring APs/Clients or any non-WiFi source. Null forming coexist with BF-MIMO.

42 One beam is built per direction with Nulls overlapping MIMO Null Forming

43 Null Forming - Simulation Null has very low deeps and can decrease interferences by more than 50 dB Beam at 20º with nulls at -50º 48º and 70º Beam at - 20º with nulls at - 50º 48º and 70º Interferer at -50º Interferer at 50º Interferer at 70º Beam at 20º Beam at -20º

44 Summary Rate vs. SIR SIR(dB) xRF2 with Null Steering 6 Elements MRC 3 Elements Max SNR (dB) =min(SIR+25dB,30 dB) Rate [Mbps]MCSRate [Mbps]MCS

45 Rate vs. SIR Rate [Mbps] SIR [dB]

46 Applications

47 Self healing Mesh 47 Separate radio hardware for backhaul links High capacity connections – up to 30Mbps per link Self Establishing, self healing Self backhaul links utilizes the 5.8 GHz frequency

48 Business Connectivity 48 High capacity connections Long reach of up to 20 Km (with outdoor CPEs) Uniform coverage High availability links

49 Site View 49 Cellular tower 2-3 story buildings Narrow alleys

50 Municipalities 50 Municipalities need a wireless network for a variety of applications Providing metro Wi-Fi to their resident either indoor or out in the streets For a video surveillance network To inter connect municipal buildings within the town The NetPoint Pro provides the most cost effective solution With much less base stations required to cover a give town

51 Building Coverage 51 Provide uniform building coverage from outdoors for Businesses Hotels (hospitality) Residences Coverage of an entire building with one or two Wi- Fi base stations from the outside Reducing cable installation inside the building or campus Fewer APs to maintain

52 Building Coverage 52 From Outdoor to Indoor Full coverage

53 Internet to schools and communities 53 Provide Internet coverage to the school Easy installation – single NetPoint Pro base station Provides coverage inside the classes Same base station with the exceptional coverage can provide access to the surrounding neighborhoods Indoor coverage can be achieved through Wi-Fi CPEs The benefits of using Netronics NetPoint Pro base station Extended coverage Superior indoor penetration

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55 Internet to schools and communities 55 Rural areas are characterized by large distances Scattered businesses still require a broadband access service NetPoint Pro can provide a point-to- point service In conjunction with outdoor CPEs Long reach of up to 20 Km Providing multiple point-to-point connections

56 Residential Access and VoIP over Wi-Fi 56 Internet access to residential customers is a mass market Netronics Wi-Fi based solution enables self installed service Through embedded Wi-Fi clients Through Wi-Fi CPEs Netronics beam forming technology enables better indoor penetration VoIP – another service layer that can increase operators revenue stream

57 Case Study

58 WiFi Provider– Las Vegas, NV USA The Challenge: Saturated area with other Wi-Fi access point Provide internet access to the hotels inside the rooms

59 Number of APs: 30 Hotel rooms covered: 43% Typical throughput: low Number of APs: 30 Hotel rooms covered: 43% Typical throughput: low Case study – Standard WiFi Standard WiFi Access Point Legend

60 Case study – NetPoint Pro Number of APs: 12 Hotel rooms covered: 75% Typical throughput: high Number of APs: 12 Hotel rooms covered: 75% Typical throughput: high NPP Access Point Legend

61 Field Test Results g

62 Field Test Results 62 Area Gain Ratio= 0.13 sq mi/0.035 sq mi = 3.7 NetPoint Pro Conventional AP Customer conducted a real life comparison Netronics NetPoint Pro G2 to another high end outdoor AP. Netronics NetPoint Pro G2 showed clear advantage both in coverage and in capacity

63 Field Test Results n

64 Dong Khoi Dong Du Ngugen Thep Le Loi ATI Sheraton HS Hotel ATI32 Mbps HS25 Mbps Lobby 7 Mbps 3 10 Mbps 4 9 Mbps 5 7 Mbps Mbps 7 12 Mbps 8 2 Mbps m 190m140m Test Along Dong Khoi Road 1 - Mounted on far side of 6 th floor - Severe NLOS test

65 Dong Khoi Dong Du Ngugen Thep Le Loi ATI Sheraton HS Hotel m 190m140m Penetration test, Dong Khoi Road 1 - Mounted on far side of 6 th floor - Severe NLOS test SiteDistanceIndoorThroughput (1) Bon Seng Hotel50m4m3.5 Mbps (2) Green Leaf Café70m3m4.4 Mbps (3) Beer Garden100m3m4.7 Mbps (4) Sheraton Shop100mNLOS9.9 Mbps

66 On average, NetPoint Pro n provides 50% greater ubiquitous coverage, and 50% higher capacity Comparative Test with n, Amsterdam NetPoint Pro n SectorCompetitor Sector 590m 150m Light urban Light interference Client device: single antenna USB dongle

67 AP 300m 180m Netronics Competition Light urban Heavy interference Laptop tests Comparative Test with n, Amsterdam

68 Summary

69 Technology Benefits 69 Improved coverage Larger areas covered per WiFi base station Uniform coverage with fewer dead spots Increased capacity In both uplink and downlink Better link budget means higher rates Deeper indoor penetration Improved link gain enables building coverage from outside Superior interference mitigation Beamf orming focuses all energy to and from the client Dynamic interference handling (DIH) continually adapts air-access according to environmental noise parameters Null forming eliminates the effect of noise but setting a null in the antenna beam toward the source of interference Cost effective 50% cost savings in CAPEX and OPEX Fewer base stations required to provide full coverage Diverse addressable market (metro, residential, remote…) High-grade of service even in noisy areas

70 Competitive Landscape 70 Standard Wi-Fi base stations All based on the same RF technology and Wi-Fi chipset With or without basic diversity Originally designed for indoor applications Differentiated in the mesh implementation and management tools Netronics Wi-Fi NPP 6X2.4 base station Designed for outdoor Wi-Fi applications Extended range: 1.5X-2X Higher throughput: 2X-3X Uniform coverage Improved indoors penetration Superior interference resilience NetPoint Pro is in a class of its own

71 NetPoint Pro is a Carrier Grade Wi-Fi solution NetPoint Pro revolutionizes the unlicensed WBA market –Two-way beam forming n –Widest and homogeneous coverage –Best indoor penetration –Highest capacity –Leading interference immunity –Fastest ROI: 50% CAPEX and 50% OPEX saving –Over a decade of outdoor experience Summary

72 72 Netronics technology revolutionizes Wi-Fi infrastructure rural, outdoor and metro markets greater range and superior capacity high quality service Highly cost effective outdoor Wi-Fi solution Save 50% CAPEX – fewer base stations and fewer installations Reduce 50% OPEX – fewer sites, reduced infrastructure to maintain

73 Thank you


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