The perfect networking solution for distributed corporate and education campus facilities, school or council districts and surveillance security operations, point to multipoint wireless connects multiple locations where Ethernet cabling cannot be deployed.
Point to Multipoint bridging (commonly abbreviated to P2MP, PTMP or PMP) provides an efficient method of achieving Internet connectivity across multiple sites whilst significantly reducing hardware, labour and leasing costs.
Connect multiple buildings with minimal cost or disruption | Cost effective alternative when leased cable installation is not possible | Seamlessly extend wireless networks over large distances | High bandwidth, low latency
Ensign offer a variety of point to multipoint wireless solutions with radio options operating in the licensed 3.65 GHz and 4.9 GHz bands, or alternatively in the unlicensed 5.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands.
Licenced or Unlicensed Point to Multipoint Links
When selecting the correct point to multipoint wireless solution for your business, there are a number of important decisions to be made which will ensure that the final outcome meets the initial expectations.
Point to multipoint microwave links can be either licenced or unlicensed, both of which have a specific set of capabilities, advantages and disadvantages, the main one being their relative susceptibility to interference-free operation.
For businesses seeking a connection which will serve as a direct replacement for leased lines, licensed microwave links - which operate within the ‘licensed’ 6-42GHz bands, - will provide superior bandwidth availability, speed and the interference protection necessary.
Although offering no guaranteed interference protection, unlicensed microwave links which operate in the ‘unlicensed’ frequency bands, either below 6GHz or above 42GHz, can provide a more cost effective option as they eliminate any additional costs and can be rapidly deployed.
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