ptp700

PTP 700

PTP 700 is a Point-to-Point wireless broadband solution for mission-critical communications in government, industrial and public safety spaces. PTP 700 is available in two models: Connectorized, and Connectorized+Integrated – allowing for antenna selection at time of deployment.

 

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Product Description

One radio — many missions.

The PTP 700 breaks new ground in mission flexibility and overall project sustainability.

 

Whether deploying in first-responder tactical situations, over water to oil platforms, in urban canyons to video cameras and hot-spots, or along remote stretches of national borders for defense and situational awareness, the requirements for high-speed connectivity intersect with constraints on available spectrum, line of sight and non-line of sight topologies, IT/Enterprise integration, cyber-security threat prevention, and harsh environmental conditions.
The dynamic nature and complexity of these missions requires flexibility from systems that allow spectrum managers, network operators and implementation managers to negotiate changing program landscapes while staying within budgetary parameters.
Dynamic Spectrum OptimizationTM (DSO) is a unique capability offered by Cambium Networks that enables optimization of link performance by automatically sampling and changing channels to avoid interference without affecting link service. See the DSO White Paper for full details.


Features

Frequency

4.4 GHz to 5.9 GHz

Throughput

up to 450 Mbps

Latency

1 – 3 msec

Flexible Channel Width

5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, and 45 MHz channels

Industry Standards

FIPS 140-2, MIL-STD-810G, IPv6, 1588v2 / SyncE (LTE-ready)

Reliability

Dynamic Spectrum Optimization

Modulation

Fast Preemptive Adaptive Modulation featuring 13 modulation / FEC coding levels ranging from BPSK to 256 QAM dual payload MIMO.

Security

128/256-Bit AES Encryption (FIPS 197) with HTTPS/TLS and SNMPv3 management interfaces, RADIUS authentication, and configurable password rules.

Configuration

Point-to-point configuration extendable to high-capacity point-to-multipoint architecture.