What is E-band Radio?

E-Band Radio works in E-Band spectrum (71-76 GHz, 81-86 GHz and 92-95 GHz) , has been designated for ultra-high capacity point-to-point communications (fixed links).
 1 Gbps throughput - LTE (Long Term Evolution) and 4G ready

E-Band Radio over traditional 6-38 GHz band:


How high data rate like 1Gbps is possible?

The largest allocated channel in the 6-38 GHz spectrum is 56 MHz while the smallest typical channel size in the E-Band is 250 MHz - which can scale up to 5 GHz (as seen in Figure).
 By utilizing the large channel size the huge throughput is possible in E-Band Radio.

Dramatic Reduction of License fee:

License fee for E-Band is light and negligible.
 Example: In the UK, for example, the licensing fees for E-Band frequency licenses are negligible - costing £50 for an annual license per link. While in the USA the frequency license is even lower, with a 10-year license costing $75 per link. In contrast, a frequency license in the 6-38 GHz spectrum can cost up to several thousands of dollars annually.

More Advantages of E-Band Radio:

Revolutionary all-silicon-based design delivers the industry’s lowest TCO (Total Cost of ownership) with prices lower than comparable systems.
 Quick and easy installation, requires minimal site preparation.
 Operates in licensed, uncongested and inexpensive 71-76 GHz E-Band spectrum.
 Green Design – ultra low power consumption, zero footprint ,all out-door , extremely light weight.
Can this be integrated with existing network?
Yes, E-Band radio is standard-based for seamless integration into existing networks.
 Also supports multi-vendor interoperability.

Conclusion:

By enabling delivery of
 Gigabit-per-second data rates,

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