High-Performance, Scalable Solutions
The Motorola Point-to-Point Licensed Ethernet Microwave solutions – PTP 800 – operate in the 11, 18, 23 and 26 GHz1 licensed bands, at up to 368 Mbps throughput (full duplex) and with user-configured channel bandwidths from 7 to 56 MHz. With upgradeable capacity from 10 Mbps to full capacity via software key, the systems offer exceptional cost efficiency and scalability. In addition, PTP 800 bridges provide high-performance, ultra-reliable connectivity for a variety of enterprises, including corporations, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), schools, universities, hospitals, utility companies, railroads, municipalities and government agencies.
With its small footprint and split-mount architecture, which includes an outdoor unit (ODU) and a compact modem unit (CMU), the PTP 800 installs quickly and easily. For those network environments where rack space is scarce or non-existent, the CMU can be mounted on a wall or set on a table. The One Point Wireless Suite’s PTP LINKPlanner tool allows you to accurately project performance characteristics prior to purchase based on your specific radio path conditions. You can plan and optimize a single link or multiple links simultaneously, obtain configuration details to speed deployment, display a comprehensive overview of your entire wireless network via Google™ Earth and receive a complete licensed-microwave Bill-of-Materials to simplify the ordering process.
Motorola Wireless Broadband
The PTP 800 bridges are included in Motorola’s comprehensive portfolio of reliable and cost-effective wireless broadband solutions that, together with our WLAN solutions, provide and extend coverage both indoors and outdoors. The Motorola Wireless Broadband portfolio offers high-speed Point-to-Point,
Point-to-Multipoint, Mesh, WiFi and WiMAX networks that support data, voice and video communications, enabling a broad range of fixed and mobile applications for public and private systems. With Motorola’s innovative software solutions, customers can design, deploy and manage a broadband network, maximizing up-time and reliability while lowering installation costs.