Case study: RFS and Aviat Enable Top Tier Network Expansion
Aviat Networks, Inc. and RFS were tasked with supporting the backhaul needs for a nationwide, rural 4G LTE rollout. Aviat Networks was hired by a Tier 1 North American carrier to support its backhaul needs for a nationwide, rural LTE rollout. This comprehensive expansion of the carrier’s 4G LTE network will ultimately bring best-in-class wireless service to 300 million customers throughout the US. An extremely aggressive plan was imposed for installing the network infrastructure, which includes Aviat’s CTR 8540 and CTR 8312 microwave solutions as well as ODU 600 split-mount radios and Aviat’s ProVision network management system – within only a few months.
White paper: MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress Public Multi-Vendor Interoperability Test 2017
The European Advanced Networking Test Center and Upperside Conferences invited interested vendors to our public multi-vendor interoperability test and showcase at the MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress 2017. All 15 participants, including Aviat Networks, were able to actively shape the program and set the course during the preparation of the hot-staging. The hot staging itself was a closed doors fully immersive test event taking place at EANTC’s lab in Berlin, with the whole set-up being transported and demonstrated live at the Paris conference. Successful results are published in the white paper.
White paper: Using smaller antennas with EHP radios
This paper discusses the practical implications of using Aviat’s ultra high power EHP radios with smaller antennas. These include: lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), transportation, and ease of installation. A comparison of the technical specifications and cost figures of a deployment using EHP radio with 4ft antennas against 8ft. antennas and standard radios are discussed for a non-protected configuration to highlight the benefits of using smaller antennas with the EHP radio.
Data sheet: Aviat ODU 600 ANSI