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The iPASOLINK EX Advanced is an ultra-compact radio communication system that utilizes Adaptive Modulation and Bandwidth (AMBR) to enable 10Gbps wireless throughput capacity in a single channel for carrier-grade Ethernet functionality (H-QoS, ERPS).
The iPASOLINK EX Advanced offers
Transmission capacity equivalent to that of optical fibers.
Adaptive Modulation and Bandwidth Radio (AMBR) enables dynamic adjustment of modulation method and communication bandwidth.
Adaptable to changing propagation conditions to maintain high quality network connections even in severe weather.
Ideal in mobile backhaul networks for high-speed mobile services, such as LTE-Advanced and 5G.
Approximately 30% smaller than NEC's previous iPASOLINK EX model.
Sizing improves site acquisition and installation costs.
Integrated 10GbE interfaces allows efficient transmit of high capacity data via optical fiber to core networks.
A New Transmission Standard
The iPASOLINK EX Advanced low latency high transmission capacity of 10Gbps within a single E-Band channel is more than three times higher than NEC's previous iPASOLINK EX model.
24x7x365 access to U.S.-based telephone support ensures personalized service for the life of the equipment.
What capacities can your organization expect with iPASOLINK EX Advanced?