Single wider channel or Aviat A2C+? It isn’t even close.
  • October 27, 2021

Single wider channel or Aviat A2C+? It isn’t even close.

Using the Aviat WTM 4100 or the WTM 4800 Multi-band with A2C+ and two 112 MHz channels achieves link capacity as high as a single 224 MHz channel, but with better performance, more uptime, and greater flexibility.

Aviat Puts the Plus in A2C+
  • September 9, 2021

Aviat Puts the Plus in A2C+

Demand for mobile data is soaring, and microwave is seen as the primary transport medium in rural and suburban areas. Aviat’s WTM 4000 enables double capacity (2+0) microwave links by housing two transceivers, two diplexers, and a 3dB coupler in one compact all-outdoor solution.

BBNet Chooses Aviat for Rural Broadband in Ireland
  • December 16, 2020

BBNet Chooses Aviat for Rural Broadband in Ireland

In March 2020, Ireland was preparing for lockdown, placing additional strain on rural networks. Enter BBnet, an ISP operating in Ireland; Irish Wireless, equipment distributor; and Aviat Networks. The three companies teamed together to design and plan a new link that delivered rural broadband services to parts of County Limerick in a few weeks.

Part 1: Aviat's System Gain Advantage and the Positive Impact on your Microwave Network's Total Cost of Ownership
  • October 13, 2020

Part 1: Aviat’s System Gain Advantage and the Positive Impact on your Microwave Network’s Total Cost of Ownership

One of the most significant contributors to the total cost of ownership of a microwave transmission network is the antenna sub-system.

Digicel and Aviat establish 166km link in Papua New Guinea between its two largest cities
  • July 15, 2020

Digicel and Aviat establish 166km link in Papua New Guinea between its two largest cities

In 2015, PNG outlined its Vision 2050, committing the government to promote the social and economic development of the nation by that date. National leaders spoke of W.W. Rostow’s five-stage model of development. The second of those stages is all important: the building of infrastructure necessary for the success of all sectors of economic and social life, which includes manufacturing, technology, transportation, and communication.

Aviat's WTM 4000 is recognized as the first Telecom Infra Project (TIP)-compliant wireless backhaul multi-band solution
  • March 12, 2020

Aviat’s WTM 4000 is recognized as the first Telecom Infra Project (TIP)-compliant wireless backhaul multi-band solution

In February, Aviat announced the availability of its transport products that conform to the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) Wireless Backhaul Project Group specification. Aviat’s products include a modular architecture that allows for an integrated multi-band (E-Band + Microwave) solution with open netconf/yang interfaces. The TIP Wireless Backhaul specification was developed by the Wireless Backhaul Project Group within TIP in collaboration with the world’s premier mobile operators, including Axiata, Deutsche Telekom, Telefonica, TIM Brazil, and MTN.

Revolutionizing 5G Mission Critical Transport Networks (Part 2)
  • March 5, 2020

Revolutionizing 5G Mission Critical Transport Networks (Part 2)

Part 1 of our “Revolutionizing 5G Mission Critical Transport Networks” blog post series addressed microwave versus fiber as the better solution for mission critical 5G. We now continue our exploration focusing on mission critical use cases. Many critical applications, such as connected/autonomous cars, industrial Internet of Things (IoT), M2M, and public safety applications, require consistent reliability from their mobile networks. Under threat of multi-day outages from disasters and other types of network downtime and service outages, mobile networks must ensure the reliability and resiliency needed for 5G operation and its critical missions.

Ovum Insights: Mission-critical applications drive 5G transport requirements
  • January 15, 2020

Ovum Insights: Mission-critical applications drive 5G transport requirements

by Don Frey, Principal Analyst, Transport and Routing
don.frey@ovum.co

5G network services promise higher-speed connections, greater reliability, and low latency. Industrial applications will drive new mobile IoT applications that support mission-critical applications. These demands have led to the development of 5G, built to support an abundance of IoT, higher capacity, and very low latency connections.

Did you know?...Multi-Band makes the most sense only when you combine E-Band with Licensed Microwave
  • December 5, 2019

Did you know?…Multi-Band makes the most sense only when you combine E-Band with Licensed Microwave

As we have talked about in previous posts, Multi-Band is a great way to improve the reliability and reach of E-Band, or to increase the capacity of licensed microwave bands, by combining both into a single, easy-to-deploy solution. More recently, we have seen Multi-Band solutions that utilize unlicensed 5 GHz band radios in place of licensed bands like 15, 18, or 23 GHz, but does this actually make sense?

Did you know?…Deploying Multi-Band instead of traditional Microwave can improve capacity by 20x
  • November 7, 2019

Did you know?…Deploying Multi-Band instead of traditional Microwave can improve capacity by 20x

Are you considering deploying microwave links in your network? Instead of deploying 15, 18 or 23 GHz why not try WTM 4800 Multi-Band with 80/xxGHz. You can replace your microwave links with Multi-Band which combines E-Band and traditional microwave (15/18/23GHz) on a single link over a single antenna to drastically improve capacity that can be typically achieved by microwave alone.

Top 10 Benefits of a One-Box Multi-Band Solution
  • October 2, 2019

Top 10 Benefits of a One-Box Multi-Band Solution

Author: Stuart Little, Director, International Product Line Marketing

Have you heard the buzz about Multi-Band? Multi-Band combines traditional microwave channel alongside an E-Band (80 GHz) channel, joining the capacity of the latter with the high availability of the former. Multi-Band makes E-Band carrier-class over longer distances, making it a much more viable and deployable solution for 5G backhaul.

Understanding FDD vs. TDD Microwave Systems
  • September 18, 2019

Understanding FDD vs. TDD Microwave Systems

Don’t Get Burned with Half-Duplex Capacity Claims around FDD vs. TDD

It is finally time to uncover the mystery between FDD vs. TDD, specifically the importance of FDD as a key element in network performance.

FDD stands for Frequency Division Duplex, and TDD stands for Time Division Duplex. Both FDD and TDD are two spectrum usage techniques, both forms of duplex, used in mobile or fixed wireless broadband links. It is essential to these links that transmission can occur in both directions simultaneously so that data can flow downlink (DL) and uplink (UL) at the same time without any noticeable interruptions.

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