SDR Series™ radios are unique, in that they are specifically designed for
"Consecutive Point" (CP) architecture. This is also known as ring or loop redundancy.
The CP concept allows system configurations that are protected from signal fades,
as well as individual equipment failure, with little additional equipment costs.
In both Ethernet and T1/E1 implementations, traffic can be quickly rerouted for almost
immediate restoration of service. Other network configurations such as star,
chain or mesh can also be supported using SDR Series™ radios.
The wide band design of SDR Series™ radios satisfies an extensive array of
system requirements, and with CP architecture system spares inventory can be
The use of "Targeted Optioning" makes gives the SDR Series™ radios
greater flexibility, while reducing manufacturing costs.
This results in savings to you.
Configurable System Capacity
Whenever required, you can expand capacity upon demand, subject to your FCC license.
Individual radios can be easily reconfigured in the field for different bandwidth and/or modulation from 26 Mbps to 311 Mbps, full duplex.
Using software definitions, the SDR Series™ radios can program modulation from QPSK to 128-QAM on standard FCC channel bandwidths of 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, and 56 MHz.
No more stranded investment in radios with limited flexibility and capacity.
We use the same IDU in all radio bands. Also, an IDU frame will support two radios, without regard of payload, band, modulation, or bandwidth, within 1 RU.
Configurations are available up to 1000 Mbps full-duplex throughput, with built-in fault tolerance for critical applications.
AES Encryption is available as an option.