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Redline’s AN-50 wireless Ethernet bridge configured for PTP operation

Redline Communications Inc. has introduced the AN-50, a high-speed wireless Ethernet bridge configured for point-to-point (PTP) operation. The company says a point-to-mulipoint mode will be made avail...


March 1, 2003  


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Redline Communications Inc. has introduced the AN-50, a high-speed wireless Ethernet bridge configured for point-to-point (PTP) operation. The company says a point-to-mulipoint mode will be made available in a later release.

Accommodating both backhaul and access functions, the system delivers an over-the-air rate of up to 72 Mbps. It operates in the license-exempt UNII band of 5.8 GHz and includes advanced technologies to address potential inter-cell interference issues.

In PTP mode, the AN-50 is equipped with a narrow-beam antenna to provide high directivity for long-range operations beyond 50 kilometres in line-of-sight conditions, and over 10 kilometres in Non-line-of-sight (NLOS) deployments.

The bridge has nine channels that can be assigned during deployment on a best-performance basis.

Redline Communications Inc.

Toronto, Ont.


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