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1 Canopy Point-to-Point Product Portfolio
Allen Yu July 2006

2 MOTOwi4 Solutions IP ACCESS
TM A comprehensive portfolio of wireless broadband solutions and services that deliver and extend coverage Fixed WiMAX Mesh BPL Includes Canopy® Point-to-MultiPoint and Point-to-Point Solutions

3 Canopy’s Main Components
Point-to Point / Backhaul Modules (BH) 2.4, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 GHz BH 10/20 Mbps OFDM BH 30/60/150/300 Mbps Access Points (AP) 2.4, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 GHz, 900 MHz Advantage and Canopy performance options Subscriber Module (SM) 2.4, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 GHz, 900 MHz Advantage, Canopy and Canopy Lite performance options Variety of Modules to Meet your Business Case

4 nLoS and NLoS Solutions
Canopy Point-to-Point Portfolio Two Series of Canopy Backhaul Technology 1. Canopy 10 and 20 Mbps BH Radios: Designed for Line-of-Sight (LoS) applications with low latency (under 5ms roundtrip) High reliability for low cost deployment worldwide in five unlicensed frequencies (2.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4 & 5.8GHz) 2. Canopy 30/60 & 150/300 Mbps OFDM BH Radios: Designed for Long Range LoS, nLoS & NLoS applications with low latency (<7ms for 30/60; <1ms for 150/300) High reliability in two unlicensed frequency (5.4 & 5.8 GHz) High reliability for deployment worldwide in the 5.7GHz unlicensed band Offered in two versions Integrated Antenna Form Factor Connectorized Antenna for Higher System Gain 1-2’ flat or 2-6’ parabolic antennas Single or dual pole antennas Provides the flexibility to establish challenging links: over water (High Multi-path Reflections) through trees over hills and around buildings LoS Solutions Canopy 10/20 Mb BH Challenging nLoS and NLoS Solutions Canopy 30/60 & 150/300 Mb BH Integrated and Connectorized

5 Canopy Point-to-Point Portfolio Solving Customers Wireless Bandwidth Needs
Remove System Bottlenecks in the Network with Increased Throughput Up to 10 Mbps – Canopy 10 Mbps Backhaul Up to 20 Mbps – Canopy 20 Mbps Backhaul Up to 21 Mbps – Canopy 30 Mbps Backhaul (Software Upgradeable to 60 Mbps BH) Up to 43 Mbps – Canopy 60 Mbps Backhaul Up to 150 Mbps - Canopy 150 Mbps Backhaul (Software upgradeable to 300 Mbps BH) Up to 300 Mbps – Canopy 300 Mbps Backhaul Establish Robust Links to Challenging Locations 10/20 Mb Backhauls – LOS, Up to 35 miles OFDM Backhauls Single Hop, long range LoS links – up to 124 miles (200Km) Previously impossible or marginal links can now be established in: nLoS – up to 25 miles (40km) NLoS – up to 6 miles (10km) Provide Secure Communications Canopy OFDM BH Solutions utilize a complex proprietary signal with scrambling applied and optional AES. Canopy 10/20 offer DES and optional AES Reduce Capital and Deployment Costs by Establishing a Wireless Link to: Locations previously inaccessible due to nLoS and NLoS conditions Meet the growing bandwidth requirements of latency sensitive voice, video and data Expand video surveillance applications beyond the constraints of existing wired infrastructure Replace a wired connection with a higher capacity wireless connection that is less expensive

6 Canopy High Speed OFDM Point-to-Point Strengths
Unique Architecture Easy to Deploy => Low cost Cat. 5 cable from IDU to ODU Small footprint NLOS capable SNMP, Browser-managed Robust feature set => High reliability Multiple-input Multiple-output (MIMO) Intelligent OFDM (i-OFDM) Intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) Adaptive Modulation Spatial Diversity “Best in Class Unlicensed OFDM Radio” with industry’s Highest System Gain

7 Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)
Space Time Coded Radio Conventional Radio Max fade depth 15dB* Max fade depth 40dB* * For 99.99% availability -40dB -15dB 0dB MIMO offers 25dB (300:1) reduction in fading margin. Fade Margin = Opportunity

8 Intelligent OFDM (i-OFDM)
Instant recovery when fade is unavoidable 1024 sub carriers per burst More Pilot tones provide higher channel equalization Instant demodulation

9 Intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (I-DFS)
Interference avoidance tool Avoids Interference Automatically moves to cleanest channel Proactive channel adjustment 12/30 MHz channel width ISM Band -10/19 frequencies Continuously monitors all channels – 25 hour history Full time Spectrum Analyzer TDD or FDD allowed with asymmetric DFS enabled Asymmetric DFS allows for up to 100/361 channel combinations (5.7 ISM Band) Allows for Co-Existence at hub sites or with other products Net result: Highest reliability for an unlicensed solution!

10 Adaptive Modulation Link continually optimized for varying RF path conditions 8/13 Modulation Schemes Automatically adapts to best modulation BPSK 1/2 (3.0 Mbps) 64QAM 7/8 (42 Mbps) 256QAM 7/8 (300 Mbps ) Constantly monitor fading 1 to 6 dB margin used when shifting up or down Maximum Link Stability Dependent on Link Loss Receive Power above Interference and Noise floor TDM Mode

11 Space Diversity Traditionally only found in licensed radios
Combats fading due to atmospheric changes Used for difficult paths: Over water (high multi-path reflections) Over very flat terrain (ducting) Deep NLoS applications Provide a diverse redundant RF path ONLY unlicensed radio with this feature!

12 Security Unique Advanced Air Interface Transparent Ethernet Bridge
Proprietary Data Scrambling and Encryption. Authentication – Nothing in the clear Transparent Ethernet Bridge Enables complete end-to-end network security by virtual private networks (VPN). AES Encryption (optional) 1.25 % overhead FIPS 197 certified

13 TDM and VoIP Support IEEE 802.1p Prioritization TDM Mode
Two priority Queues Voice traffic is always sent first if 802.1p (VLAN tag) is present TDM Mode Changes adaptive modulation parameters for error free VoIP and T1/E1 150/300 Mbps Backhaul has T1/E1 port for native voice support

14 150/300 Mbps BH - T1/E1 System Configuration
ODU ODU PDH Network PDH Network Up to 100m of Cat5e cable carries DC Power & Data (1000BaseT) PIDU PIDU AC power (90V to 264V ~) or DC Power –48V Network Equipment Network Equipment HQ LAN Remote Site Data SNMP or Web based Management

15 Canopy Point-to-Point Solution for Cellular Backhaul
Provide cost effective, flexible cellular backhaul capabilities. Easy installation with predictable performance using link estimator tools. Fast and easy to deploy and operate on unlicensed frequencies. Provide NLOS, nLOS solutions which traditional microwave can not achieve. An ideal backhaul alternative for quick initial deployments, back-up transmission, and for highly cost sensitive deployments. Canopy ODU Ethernet IP - MUX nxE1/T1 PIDU DC power Power 48V/240V 100bT Configuration 2: Using External TDM/IP multiplexer Canopy 150/300 PIDU Power 48V/240V 100bT 2xE1/T1 ODU Configuration 1: Using Build-in T1/E1 port

16 Killer Applications Over Water Non Line of Site Long Distance
Caribbean – inter-island links NOAA Ship to shore applications NURC National Underwater Research Center Non Line of Site Virtela Communications Tower Stream – NYC Telefonica GSM backhaul Long Distance TTI Honduras Digicel Grenada – GSM backhaul Rapid Deployment for First Responders / Security & Surveillance Support of 2005 US Presidential Inauguration Telmex

17 Over Water Applications St. Thomas U.S.V.I Schools
VoIP, Video, Data Access for School System 43 miles at 28 Mbps Overcame: Caribbean Sea

18 Over Water Applications St. Thomas U.S.V.I Schools

19 Over Water - NOAA - Key Largo Florida
Over-water buoy to shore application From NURC at Key Largo to Buoy above Aquarius 200+ Mbps at 11 miles (in 6’ seas) 99.999% link availability Real-time video/voice for internet broadcast Voice, video, data, internet. Neemo 9 Nasa Extreme Environment, 18 days in lab, testing extreme gear, training to walk on the moon, robotic surgery over link, surgeon in Toronto performing simulated surgery. "Tele-robotics - using a prototype next generation surgical robot, surgeons in Hamilton will perform real-time abdominal surgery on a patient simulator on the Aquarius undersea habitat. The effect of varying the latency of signal transmission between less than a second to up to 3 seconds, will be evaluated to determine the capability to perform tele-robotic surgery in a wide range of remote settings on earth and for future missions to the Moon. Miniature robotic surgical cameras within the abdomen will be used to enhance the surgeon's view of the operative site.

20 National Underwater Research Center (NURC) – University of Connecticut
Noaa NURC National underwater research University of Connecticut

21 National Underwater Research Center (NURC) – University of Connecticut
Ship-to-shore application Real-time video broadcasts 18 to 20 miles at 31Mbps Overcame reflective fade, pitch and yaw of 75’ vessel

22 Non-Line of Site Link Virtela Communications
Off sight nightly backup requirement Fast ROI – replaced DS3 leased 5K per month Spectra delivered over 200 Mbps in Non-Line of Site path

23 Non-Line of Site – Tower Stream NYC

24 Non-Line of Site – Tower Stream NYC
End User side of link is 3.3 miles away behind buildings Customer Side of Link – Too close to the GE building to see the Empire State Building

25 Non-Line of Site – Tower Stream NYC

26 Non-Line of Site – Tower Stream NYC
Internet and VPN Access 3.3 miles at 3.2 Mbps Overcame: Empire State and GE Buildings

27 Telefonica NLOS GSM Cell Site Backhaul
1.1 km ~ 15.50Mbps Canopy BH 60 + MemoryLink E1’s on Live GSM network

28 Telefonica GSM Cell Site Backhaul

29 Long Distance - TTI Honduras
Utila ~ Roatan 40 km link = 90Mbps 2 x 3’ SP & 1 x 3’ DP Utila ~ La Ceiba 40 km link = 72Mbps 2 x 3’ SP & 1 x 3’ DP Utila ~ Nisperales 111km link = 82 Mbps 2 x 4’ SP & 1 x 6’ DP

30 Long Distance - TTI Honduras 111 Km link over water

31 Long Distance – Digicel GSM Link Trinidad to Grenada
Challenge: Long Range: km Over Water Transport E1 traffic of Ericsson BTS for GSM voice Solution: Canopy OFDM BH 60 Spatial Diversity with 8 feet Dishes Results: 22 Mbps aggregate 99.99% link liability

32 Long Distance – 158.6 km over water

33 Security & Surveillance Support of 2005 Presidential Inauguration
Multiple NLoS paths High Noise Floor High bandwidth demands

34 Near the White House … Eisenhower Executive Building next to white house

35 Rapid Deployment to Restore Services - Mexico
Objective: Respond to Natural Disaster ~ Restore STM1 (150Mbps Full Duplex) Goal: 145 Mbps (70 Full Duplex) 30 E1’s Summary: 7 links *limited by one 45Mbps Full Duplex link = 14 E1’s *(3Mbps per E1, Antenna Gain, Noise) Lucent PSAX for E1’s & Cisco 7200 to convert to IP Responded to challenge supporting a strategic regional player resulting in HIGH level interest to use our solutions. Joel Gonzollas – Motorola SE

36 Rapid Deployment to Restore Services
259 Mbps Link Capacity 256 QAM Dual Payload Dynamic Asymmetric TDD

37 Canopy High Speed OFDM Point-to-Point Link Estimator
Optimize a link before deployment with “what if” scenarios change input data to see the effect on performance and throughput Path profile tool Link estimator tool Tool to view topographical information ExpertGPS - GoogleEarth – Micropath – USGS – Topo USA –

38 On-Line Path Terrain Profiler Tool
This tool will generate path profile information and the results to you. This data was obtained from the space shuttle mission in February 2000. The synthetic aperture radar collected data with horizontal resolution of 10 meters and a vertical accuracy of 10 meters.

39 Google Earth

40 Canopy High-Speed OFDM Point-to-Point Link Estimator
Estimate link performance and throughput based on the following factors: Path length Height and distance to obstructions Local and remote site heights Antenna height Integrated or connectorized antenna Location of the link Regulatory conditions Fresnel Zone based on terrain & obstructions. Objects that penetrate Fresnel Zone block some of the signal traveling from transmitter to receiver Line Of Sight based on Terrain and obstructions Slope 3 Obstructions Shown in Green 16’ 22’ 12’ Ground Terrain in brown Based on imported topographic information Note: Obstacles near either end of the link have more impact on link loss Non-Line of Sight throughput and availability can be predicted using the Canopy Link Estimator tool.

41 Example

42 What the Canopy Point-to-Point Portfolio Can Do For You
Remove System Bottlenecks in the Network with Increased Throughput Establish Robust Links to Challenging Locations Reduce Capital and Deployment Costs Eliminate Monthly Recurring Costs Associated with Leased T1/E1 Voice Circuits Reduce Overall Operating Costs Provide Secure Communications Deliver High Availability in Noisy and Constantly Changing RF Environments Offer Network Design Flexibility Easy Link planning and management

43 Consider the Alternatives !

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