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FibeAir® 1500P

FibeAir® 1500HP
FibeAir® 1500SP
FibeAir® 3200T
FibeAir® 640P
FibeAir® IP-MAX
FibeAir® IP-MAX2

High & Ultra High Capacity
Wireless Network Systems

System Descriptions

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Contents

General .......................................................................................................... 1

FibeAir System Functions............................................................................ 2

FibeAir 1500P ................................................................................................ 3

FibeAir 1500HP.............................................................................................. 5

FibeAir 1500SP.............................................................................................. 8

FibeAir 3200T ...............................................................................................10

FibeAir 640P .................................................................................................13

FibeAir IP-MAX .............................................................................................15

FibeAir IP-MAX2 ............................................................................................17

Management .................................................................................................19

Line Interfaces..............................................................................................21

Frequency Information ................................................................................31

General
This User Guide describes the FibeAir Family of products, and provides the following information:

y A general description of each FibeAir product

y Line Interface Information

y Frequency Information

For installation procedures, see the relevant FibeAir Installation Guide.

For information concerning CeraView®, see the CeraView® User Guide.

For information concerning PolyView™, see the PolyView™ User Guide.

For troubleshooting information, see the FibeAir Troubleshooting Guide.

FibeAir® System Descriptions 1

signal transmission. 3” (90 cm). and a main manager card. 2” (60 cm). IF processing is a module that combines two signals. other antenna sizes (8-15 ft) are available. depending on the frequency band. The RFU handles the main radio processing. 4” (120 cm). An independent controller controls the RFU and its functions. It includes radio components for signal receiving. and communicates with the IDU. and the 64 kbps order wire channel. mount compatible for both ETSI and ANSI standard racks. The IDU can also include optional encryption modules for secure data transfer. Local and remote system management and control (IDU and RFU). Antenna High-performance antennas are available in the following diameters: 1” (30 cm). Provides I/O line alarms. user channels. or 6” (180 cm). Integral multiplexer enables Datacom and Telecom applications convergence. a full-function SONET/SDH regenerator internal multiplexer.FibeAir System Functions FibeAir systems consist of IDUs. FibeAir® System Descriptions 2 . RFUs. main and diversity. This controller provides the IDU precise received levels (in dBm) and other indications. 17” wide. For low frequencies (6-11 GHz). The RFU has different versions. and antennas. Provides interfaces for wayside channel. Modulates/demodulates the payloads. and uses the combined signal to overcome multipath phenomenon (for Space Diversity configurations). 1U or 2U unit. an advanced modem. The IDU includes physical line interfaces. IF processing. IDU Functions The IDU is a compact. and power supply. RFU Functions The RFU consists of high sensitivity RF circuitry with half band tuning range for most frequencies.

Ceragon’s network element manager. A cost-effective STM-1 ring configuration is achieved using a single FibeAir 1500P IDU located at each of the nodes. in a 1U IDU shelf. with either a single or double antenna installation. with one RFU providing the West connection and another providing the East connection. XPIC also operates in systems configured with 2 x STM-1. and PolyView. In addition. FibeAir 1500P is designed to deliver double the capacity using a single 28 MHz channel. the system is modular. FibeAir 1500P System FibeAir® System Descriptions 3 . using the cross polarization interference canceller (XPIC) algorithm. and 1 or 3 x DS3. For upgrading to a 311 Mbps ring. FibeAir 1500P is equipped with an internal SNMP agent for easy integration with standard network management systems. FibeAir 1500P also provides an internal Ethernet hub for in-band transmission of third party management information. and a cost-effective alternative to fiber. With FibeAir 1500P operating in co-channel dual polarization (CCDP) mode. two STM-1 signals can be transmitted over a single 28 MHz channel. FibeAir 1500P can operate together with any industry standard ADM. Ceragon’s network management platform. FibeAir 1500P can also be configured as an STM-1 1+1 hot standby terminal. This enables double capacity in the same spectrum bandwidth. using vertical and horizontal polarization. easy to install. and can also be managed via CeraView. the built in CCDP mode can be activated to use the same single 28 MHz channel and equipment.FibeAir 1500P FibeAir 1500P is Ceragon’s modular ultra high capacity network connectivity solution designed to meet growing market demands for increased spectral-efficient systems.

The PWR LED on the front panel of the IDU continuously lights to indicate the existence of input voltage. performance monitoring.5 VDC to -72 VDC. Power Supply The RFU receives its DC power from the IDU. Carrier Drawers The drawers to the right of the IDC Drawer. Include multiplexers.3. The DC input range is -40. this module separates the SDH payload and overhead and reconstructs the original data that was converted. and diagnostics. It also performs AGC (Automatic Gain Control). line interfaces. Includes IDC (IDU Controller). etc. Ethernet. the FibeAir 1500P IDU includes the following sections and functions: Control Module The drawer on the left side of the IDU front panel.3[v] -48[V] STM1/2 Daughter Board Power Supply Carrier A B A C To IF K channel1 P Modem Board Channel A IF board Channel A L A N E To IF channel1 Modem Board Channel B IF board Channel B STM1/2 Daughter Board 5. The IDC handles configuration and control of all functional units. Line Interface Performs data framing and scrambling. On the receiving end. Modem Upon transmission.The following figure shows the FibeAir 1500P main modules and components.) and converts it to a standard SDH framework for transmission through the air. performs data conversion from the IF frequency to the baseband frequency. alarms detection/generation.3. and LOF detection.3[v] -48[V] Power Supply Carrier B Carrier Drawers A & B As shown in the block diagram. Wayside channel (optional). including trail configurations. and replaceable fan unit. IDC Drawer Terminal optional Protection SLIP/PPP WSC - Ethernet Alarm ODU FANS LED+interface module IDC XPIC mode synchronization IDC+WSC+Fans Module cable ODU 5. FibeAir® System Descriptions 4 . performs data conversion from the baseband frequency to the IF frequency. Multiplexer Receives data delivered via different communication protocols (such as DS-3. Upon receiving. modem interfaces. and power supply units. network management tasks. protection algorithms.

1500HP was designed to enable high quality communication while reducing system cost due to the usage of smaller antennas. high transmit power system. as shown in the illustrations below. With two receivers and one transmitter in a single transceiver unit.FibeAir 1500HP Ceragon’s FibeAir 1500HP is a high transmit power RFU (Radio Frequency Unit). In addition. FibeAir 1500HP 2+0 Space Diversity Split-Mount Configuration Installation Components Main Port RFU OCB Diversity Port RFU .1+0 Split-Mount Space Diversity FibeAir® System Descriptions 5 . FibeAir 1500HP has built-in Diversity capability. FibeAir 1500HP operates with FibeAir 1500P to provide a comprehensive high capacity. FibeAir 1500HP is installed in a Split-Mount configuration.

IF processing. FibeAir® System Descriptions 6 .Outdoor Branching Network The OBN is a branching network for N radio systems. IF processing is a module that combines two signals. OBN components are integrated with the RFU to form a tightly sealed unit capable of withstanding harsh environmental conditions. For Split-Mount installations. which are connected in accordance with the system configuration (N+1. The Branching Network contains N x OCBs (Outdoor Circulator Blocks). signal transmission. RF Filters RF Filters are used for specific frequency channels and Tx/Rx separation. In a Space Diversity using IF combining configuration. each RFU contains two Rx filters (which combine the IF signals) and one Tx filter.Outdoor Circulator Block. To host the circulators and the attached filters 2. OBN . the OCB allows RFU connection to the Main and Diversity antennas.).Radio Frequency Unit The RFU handles the main radio processing. The RFU has different versions. It provides the electrical and mechanical interface between the RFU and the antenna waveguides. and each RFU contains one Rx and one Tx filter. and power supply. RF filters. The filters are attached to the OCB. the OCB is part of the RFU pole mount kit. OCB . main and diversity. The OBN has several versions. As part of the OBN. and uses the combined signal to overcome multipathphenomenon (for Space Diversity configurations). 2+0. and other WG components. depending on the frequency and application. depending on the frequency band. It includes the following radio components: signal receiving. Pole RFUs U Bend OBN OCB Mount Kit RFU . 3. The OCB has three main purposes: 1. etc.

The kit enables fast and easy installation. Coupler Kit The coupler kit is used for Hot Standby configurations. Pole Mount Kit The Pole Mount Kit is used to fasten the OCB and the RFU to the pole. with or without Space Diversity.U Bend WG Kit The U Bend connects the secondary (OCB 2) RFU and the first RFU in a 2+0 and 1+1 Frequency Diversity configuration. FibeAir® System Descriptions 7 .

900 14 MHz to 28 MHz ITU-R F.275 29.425 29. As part of the FibeAir family.65 MHz. The capacity can easily be doubled using a Cross Polarization Interference Canceller (XPIC) algorithm. with both vertical and horizontal polarization.386 Annex 3 7. whereby two STM-1 signals are transmitted over a single 28 MHz channel. modulation schemes. for TDM and IP interfaces.925 to 6. and configurations for various network requirements.425 10 MHz to 30 MHz FCC Part 101. This enables double capacity in the same spectrum bandwidth.425 to 7.100 10 MHz to 40 MHz ITU-R F.384 7.386 Annex 1 8 GHz 8.725 to 8.383 6L GHz 5. 1500SP supports multiple capacities. FibeAir 1500SP RFUs Frequency Bands Frequency Range (GHz) Channel Bandwidth Standard 5.750 28 MHz ITU-R F.900 to 8.65 MHz ITU-R F. frequencies.275 to 8.925 to 6.400 14 MHz to 28 MHz ITU-R F.40MHz ITU-R F. and can be upgraded from 45 Mbps to 200 Mbps.725 28 MHz ITU-R F.385 Annex 3 7.FibeAir 1500SP FibeAir 1500SP is an RFU based on Ceragon’s FibeAir 1500HP technology. FibeAir 1500SP supports XPIC.425 to 7.386 Annex 4 FibeAir® System Descriptions 8 .425 to 7.385 Annex 4 7 GHz 7.147 (i) 6H GHz 6.500 14 MHz to 28 MHz ITU-R F. FibeAir 1500SP operates in the frequency range of 6-11 GHz.385 Annex 1 7.110 to 7.

which is frequency-dependent. However.FibeAir 1500 . in a 2+0 XPIC configuration. FibeAir® System Descriptions 9 . in accordance with the following table. Frequency Waveguide Waveguide (GHz) Standard Flange 6L WR137 CPR137F 6H WR137 CPR137F 7 WR112 CPR112F 8 WR112 CPR112F 11 WR90 CPR90G 1500SP RFU Backwards Compatibility The FibeAir 1500SP RFU is compatible with the following RFUs: .FibeAir 1500P FibeAir 1500SP will operate smoothly even when installed together with other RFU types.Antenna Connection The RFU is connected to the antenna via a flexible waveguide. the same RFU type should be installed at the same terminal site.

FibeAir 3200T offers Space Diversity functionality. Thus. high capacity. capacities and configurations for various network requirements. frequencies. The system supports multiple capacities. modulation schemes. FibeAir 3200T has an ultra high power transmitter. with the entire system installed in a 19" rack y Split-Mount installation. which enable built-in diversity capability. redundant channels provide backup in the event of equipment failure or degradation on specific frequency channels. if a hardware failure occurs. with the transceivers installed near the antenna FibeAir 3200T N+1 System FibeAir® System Descriptions 10 . and its capacities can be upgraded from 45 Mbps up to N x 155 Mbps.FibeAir 3200T Ceragon’s FibeAir 3200T is a low frequency. N+1 trunk radio system that was designed to respond to those needs. with less cost. high quality communication is achieved. Each transceiver contains two receivers and one transmitter. In a 1+1 Hot Standby link with Space Diversity. the Diversity will not be affected. FibeAir 3200T operates in the frequency range of 6-11 GHz. For installation flexibility the FibeAir 3200T Trunk Radio system can be implemented in two configurations: y All-Indoor installation. Built in Diversity in each transceiver increases the reliability of the link. For long distance links and backbone requirements. which reaches longer distances and helps reduce system cost due to the usage of smaller antennas. In addition.

RF filters.RF Unit The RFU handles the main radio processing.Transceiver Subrack Components IBN ICB RFU FibeAir 3200T Transceiver Subrack y RFU . and power supply. y RF Filters The RF Filters are used for specific frequency channels and Tx/Rx separation. each RFU contains two Rx filters (to combine the IF signals) and one Tx filter. N+1. depending on the frequency band. and other WG components. It provides the electrical and mechanical interface between the RFU and the antenna waveguides. ICC (Indoor Combiner Circulator).Indoor Circulator Block The ICB contains the circulators. The filters are attached to the ICB. In a Space Diversity configuration. depending on the frequency and application. IF processing. which are connected in accordance with the system configuration (1+1. etc. The IBN has several versions. y IBN . signal transmission. N+0.). It includes the following radio components: signal receiving. The RFU has different versions.Indoor Combiner Circulator The ICC sums the Rx and Tx signals and combines the N channels to the output ports (one or two. and uses the combined signal to overcome multipathphenomenon (for Space Diversity configurations).Indoor Branching Network The IBN is a branching network for N+1 radio systems. FibeAir® System Descriptions 11 . IBN components are integrated with the RFUs. y ICC . The Branching Network contains N+1 x ICBs (Indoor Circulator Blocks). IF processing is a module that combines two signals. y ICB . and each RFU contains one Rx and one Tx filter. main and diversity. in accordance with the configuration).

It receives standard SDH/SONET data from its line interface and transfers the data to the Modem drawer. y Connection Panel The fourth U of the Basebase Indoor is responsible for most of the sub-rack connectivity. and vice versa. and two power supply feeding boards. RS232. The Multiplexer drawer is a standard SDH/SONET regenerator. Ethernet). y XC . y Power Supply Feeding Board This board is responsible for the power distribution in the Baseband Indoor. N-type connectors. which connect the Baseband Indoor and the RFUs.Switching Board The XC board is responsible for the N+1 functionality. the 64 Kbyte User Channel (V. Ethernet). y N-Type Connectors These are IF cable connectors located on the Connection Panel.11. It includes the Auxiliary board. y Auxiliary This board is responsible for all auxiliary traffic. There are two power supply input boards for power input redundancy. The switch between the paths is performed using the Hitless method. Configuration. and Security).Baseband Indoor Components FibeAir 3200T Indoor Unit y IDC . which contains two drawers: the Multiplexer drawer. y IDM . and the Modem drawer. Management includes all FCAPS functionality (Fault. When a radio problem occurs in one of the N links.IDU Controller The IDC card is responsible for the management of the Baseband Indoor. including the Wayside Channel (E1. and Engineering Order Wire. The Modem drawer is a multi-constellation modem that performs data conversion from the baseband frequency to the IF frequency.Indoor Module The IDM is the data carrier. Accounting. FibeAir® System Descriptions 12 . T1. Provisioning. the XC board builds an alternative path between the local and remote Multiplexer drawers.

IDC (Indoor Controller). and from 28 to 64 T1s at 16.Higher Level Line Interface Section . IF. With its seamless capability of upgrade from medium to high capacity. FibeAir® System Descriptions 13 .Dual extractable radio drawers. FibeAir 640P is ideal for migration from 2G to 3G cellular networks and beyond. 32. as follows: . . external alarm interface. hot swappable (non-traffic-affecting) drawer that includes Wayside channel.FibeAir 640P FibeAir 640P is Ceragon’s high capacity PDH radio designed to enable “pay-as-you-grow” connectivity to backbone networks. 64 or 128 QAM modulation.Lower Level Mux Section . FibeAir 640P IDU System Components The FibeAir 640P system includes a 2U IDU. Extractable. as follows: Upper 1U Section y Contains the line interfaces and is designed with two levels: . and its built-in Fast Ethernet port and switch. FibeAir 640P can be configured for 1+0. FibeAir’s hitless and errorless mechanism ensures smooth protection switching. Each radio drawer includes modem. The system operates in the frequency range of 6-38 GHz. or 1+1 Hot Standby protection with Space or Frequency Diversity.dual extractable (hot swap) 64 x E1/T1 Mux drawers. . 32. external protection interface. and power supply. with upper and lower sections. and features multiple capacities of from 32 to 64 E1s at 16.unextractable interface panel with four connectors for up to 64 x E1/T1 interfaces and a Fast Ethernet interface. Lower 1U Section y Contains the radio components. user channel. Engineering Order Wire channel. 64 or 128 QAM modulation. and Ethernet management interfaces.

which is designed to handle 64 E1/T1 channels and Ethernet communication. All classes use 4 levels of prioritization with user-selectable options between strict priority queuing and weighted fair queuing. Multiplexer Drawer Receives data delivered via the communication protocol and creates a composite framework for transmission through the air. Wire-speed Fast Ethernet is provided alongside TDM traffic with configurable capacities of 0. Carrier Drawers The drawers to the right of the IDC drawer. management and auxiliary channels. this module separates the payload and overhead and reconstructs the original data that was converted.All modules are interconnected via a backplane. performs data conversion from the baseband frequency to the IF frequency. Power Supply The RFU receives its DC power from the IDU. IDU Controller Handles configuration and control of all functional units. The PWR LED on the front panel of the IDU continuously lights to indicate the existence of input voltage. The multiplexer drawer also supports impedance matching for the E1/T1 lines. Built-in Quality of Service provides priority support allowing different classes of service. The DC input is -48 VDC. On the receiving end. Include modem interfaces and power supply units. Line Interfaces Located on the interface panel. Capacity upgrades are provided using software-licensed keys. including trail configurations. Upon receiving. the IDM and MUX must be inserted in the right side drawer. protection algorithms. FibeAir® System Descriptions 14 . alarm detection/generation. performance monitoring. performs data conversion from the IF frequency to the baseband frequency. as well as independently replaceable fan unit. with 8:4:2:1 strict weights. Note: In a 1+0 configuration. according to VLAN priority (802. and diagnostics. It also performs AGC (Automatic Gain Control). network management tasks. Modem Upon transmission.1p) and DiffServ / IPv4 TOS or IPv6 TC bit values. The Fast Ethernet port provides configurable high-capacity Fast Ethernet wireless transmission with quality-of-service controls.5 to 100 Mbps full-duplex throughput. IDU Functions IDC Drawer The drawer on the left side of the IDU front panel. Includes the IDC (IDU Controller).

Each Fast Ethernet IDM contains 2 x FE ports or 2 x FE with 8 x E1/DS1 ports and one radio interface. simple.Provides priority support for different classes of service. With upgradeable capacities of from 50 to 400 Mbps per radio carrier. FibeAir® System Descriptions 15 . It provides configurable high-capacity Fast-Ethernet wireless transmission with Quality-of-Service (QOS) controls. according to VLAN priority (802. with ultra-low latency. Built-in Quality of Service .If both Fast Ethernet ports are used. or weighted fair queuing. with 8:4:2:1 strict weights. is optimized for IP based applications including IP-DSLAM connectivity for triple play services. FibeAir® IP-MAX IDU Indoor Modules (IDMs) FE IDM The Fast Ethernet IDM is a hot-swappable module inserted in the IP-MAX IDU. total Ethernet capacity is dynamically allocated between the two ports. the FibeAir® IP-MAX carrier class solution provides a pay-as-you-grow.1p) and DiffServ / IPv4 TOS or IPv6 TC bit values. or priority can be given to one port over the other. Physical Port Priority .FibeAir IP-MAX FibeAir® IP-MAX is Ceragon’s comprehensive Ethernet solution that offers Fast and Gigabit Ethernet wireless transmission with fiber-like quality. and scaleable migration path for the ever-increasing demand for data-rich services. Capacity upgrades using software-licensed keys with specific serial numbers are available with 50 to 100 Mbps throughput and 100 to 200 Mbps throughput. this Ethernet solution. WiMAX backhauling and any delay-sensitive application. All classes use 4 levels of prioritization with user selectable options between strict priority queuing. Wire-speed FE IDMs are available with a single FE port (100 or 50 Mbps throughput) or 2 x FE ports with 200 Mbps full-duplex throughput. With the highest available throughput on the market.

Jumbo frames enable the reduction of the packet processing by the server. GbE IDMs are available with traffic throughputs of up to 400 Mbps full duplex per single radio carrier. and two different GbE physical interfaces). It provides Gigabit Ethernet wireless transmission.000 bytes.Enables two separate LAN connections. where continuous data transfer is required. IP-MAX is ready to support next generation Ethernet networks. FibeAir® System Descriptions 16 .Supports 800 Mbps over a single 56 MHz channel. jumbo frames can significantly enhance the efficiency of Ethernet servers and networks.Layer 2 Switch . thereby increasing end-to-end throughput. while ensuring security between them. or GbE with 8 x E1/DS1 ports and one radio interface. Maximum Throughput . In heavily loaded networks. GbE IDM The Gigabit Ethernet IDM is a hot-swappable module inserted in the IP-MAX IDU. in a single IDU (two IDMs with two carriers. with each GbE IDM containing one GbE port. using co-channel and dual polarization (CCDP) with XPIC. With this feature. Super Jumbo Frame Support .The Gigabit IDM supports frame sizes of up to 12.

FibeAir IP-MAX2 enables native Ethernet transmission with multiple frequencies. IP-MAX2 is ideal for all your IP network-building needs. In short. software selectable capacities. using the same hardware and state-of-the-art technology. and configurations for various network requirements. Two independent hot swappable Indoor Unit Modules (IDMs) can be used for hot- standby hardware protection. via two carriers with vertical and horizontal polarizations. benefiting from savings on initial investments and OPEX. whereby network operators only buy capacity as needed. with both Ethernet and TDM interfaces. modulation schemes. The system supports high-capacity data services as well as traditional voice services. High spectral efficiency is ensured by choosing the same bandwidth for double the capacity. For maximum user choice flexibility. East-West configuration.FibeAir IP-MAX2 FibeAir® IP-MAX2 is Ceragon’s comprehensive Gigabit Ethernet wireless transmission solution that delivers fiber-like quality. This innovative platform uses an “on-the-fly” upgrade method. FibeAir® IP-MAX2 IDU FibeAir® System Descriptions 17 . This feature is implemented by a built-in XPIC mechanism. The IP-MAX2 IDU (Indoor Unit) can host up to two carriers. or double capacity (2+0). channel bandwidths can be selected together with a range of modulations. each delivering over 400 Mbps. optimizing the solution for different network topologies and configurations. Traffic capacity throughput and spectral efficiency are optimized with the desired channel bandwidth. from QPSK to 256 QAM. diversity.

IP-MAX-G IDM Enables native Ethernet with two indoor module (IDM) options: Optical GbE Electrical GbE IP-MAX-MS IDM Enables native Ethernet and native TDM (Native2™) with two indoor unit module (IDM) options: Optical GbE with 8xE1/T1 Electrical GbE with 8xE1/T1 The IDMs are hot-swappable modules inserted in the IP-MAX2 IDU. FibeAir® System Descriptions 18 . each of which includes two hardware types. optical and electrical. High spectral efficiency is ensured by choosing the same bandwidth for double the capacity via two carriers with vertical and horizontal polarizations. optimizing the solution for different network topologies and configurations. Traffic capacity throughput and spectral efficiency are optimized with the desired channel bandwidth. East-West configuration or double capacity (2+0). providing wireless transmission with Quality-of-Service (QOS) controls. 300 and 400 Mbps throughput settings. Two independent hot swappable Indoor unit modules (IDM) can be used for hot- standby HW protection. The electrical Gigabit Ethernet provides configurable high-capacity 10/100/1000BaseT while the optical GBE IDM has an SFP-based optics receptacle.Indoor Modules (IDMs) FibeAir IP-MAX2 IDU (Indoor Unit) can host up to two carriers. diversity. Capacity upgrades using software-licensed keys with specific serial numbers are available with 100. This feature is implemented by a built-in XPIC mechanism. each delivering over 400 Mbps. Ceragon defined two IDM families. from QPSK to 256 QAM. 200. Each GBE IDM optionally allocates 8 x E1/T1 ports and one radio interface. channel bandwidths can be selected together with a range of modulations. For maximum user choice flexibility.

with user-friendly graphical user interface. download software.Management CeraView® Element Manager FibeAir is managed either remotely or locally by CeraView®. PolyView can be used to update and monitor network topology status. its friendly yet powerful client graphical interface. running on either Windows 98/2000/2003/NT/XP or UNIX platform. it can integrate with Northbound NMS platforms. CeraView® PolyView™ End-to-End Network Manager PolyView™ is Ceragon's NMS server that includes CeraMap™. In addition. and configure elements in the network. define end-to-end traffic trails. to provide enhanced network management. PolyView™ FibeAir® System Descriptions 19 . Ceragon’s SNMP-based software. Ceragon NMS functions are in accordance with ITU-T recommendations for TMN. provide statistical and inventory reports.

If the destination IP address of the packet is different than the IP address of the IDU: • If the packet arrived from within the ring. Ceragon sub-networks employ In-Band Management among themselves. but not through the network. Each Ceragon sub-network has a 10BaseT connection to CeraView at the NOC (Network Operation Center). The connection uses one E1 of the transport network. If the destination IP address of the packet is the same as the IP address of the IDU. The following methods can be used to implement In-Band Management in the FibeAir system: Transferring DCCr bytes through the radio and the network. whereby up to 30 sub-networks can be managed using a sinlgle E1 connection. • If the packet arrived from outside the ring. send it through the Ethernet port. Transferring DCCr bytes through the radio. pass the packet to the IP layer for further processing. It is used when several Ceragon sub-networks (ring and chain) are connected to a SONET/SDH network that includes other vendor equipment which do not transparently transmit the DCCR/DCCM data control channels. Out-of-Band Management Out-of-Band Management refers to a method whereby CeraView management signals are transmitted over E1s using FCD-IP/D routers. send it to the other side. Ceragon’s FibeAir wireless system provides flexibility in In-Band Management implementation.Management Types In-Band Management In-Band Management refers to a method whereby the network management software sends management packets through the same network it is managing. FibeAir® System Descriptions 20 . send it to the line side. If that side is down. • If the packet belongs to an address outside the ring. If that side is down. Ceragon IDUs are capable of forwarding IP packets to Ethernet ports. send it back to its origin. the software in the IDU checks the IP packet and follows one of two basic scenarios: 1. Management data is protected using the RIP protection method. In such cases. The general idea of In-Band Management is that when a packet arrives at an IDU. Transferring DCCr bytes through the 10BaseT wayside channel. and Out-of-Band Management throughout the rest of the network. via FCD-IP/D routers. SDH lines (in the overhead) and Radio interfaces (in the overhead). This differs from out-band management in which the network management software uses a different network (overlay network) in order to communicate with the managed elements. 1. Serial ports. send it to the radio side.

y For connectors or signals labeled RX. FDDI. the signals are sent from FibeAir. The interfaces are located on the FibeAir IDU front panel. The following interface terms should be noted: y For connectors or signals labeled TX. TAXI.5/125 fiber: -18 dBm Receiver sensitivity: -31 dBm Maximum input power: -14 dBm FibeAir® System Descriptions 21 . wayside channel. STS-1. the signals are sent to FibeAir. NRZ Optical output to 62. OC-3. Main Channel Interfaces Main channel interfaces include the following: TDM Optical SC/MM/13 Multi Mode 155 Mbps. and order wire channel interfaces. Fast Ethernet Timing mode: Retimed Coding method: 4B/5B.Line Interfaces This section provides a description of the FibeAir main channel. SC Optical Connector Wavelength: 850 nm Connector: SC Used with: Multi mode fiber Protocols supported: STS-3c. STM-1.

SC/SM/13 Single Mode 155 Mbps. STM-1. FDDI. TAXI. SC Optical Connector Wavelength: 1300 nm Connector: SC Used with: Single mode fiber Protocols supported: STS-3c.0/2. NRZ Maximum output to 9/125 fiber: -8 dBm Receiver sensitivity: -31 dBm Maximum input power: -8 dBm TDM Electrical CMI Electrical 155 Mbps Connector Connector: CMI 1. OC-3 Line coding: CMI Timing mode: Retimed Range calculation: 12. STS-1. STM-1.3 Used with: Coax cable Protocols supported: STS-3c. Fast Ethernet Timing mode: Retimed Coding method: 4B/5B. OC-3.7 dB at 78 MHz according to square root of frequency law 150 m is attainable using RG-59 B/U cables (cable length varies in accordance with type) Impedance: 75 Ω FibeAir® System Descriptions 22 .

0/2.DS-3/E3 Connector: CMI 1. E3 Line coding: DS-3: B3ZS E3: HDB3 Timing mode: Retimed Range calculation: 12.3 Used with: Coax cable Protocols supported: DS-3.7 dB at 78 MHz according to square root of frequency law 150 m is attainable using RG-59 B/U cables (cable length varies in accordance with type) Impedance: 75 Ω 8xE1/T1 Connector: 36-Pin Used with: Twisted Pair Protocols supported: E1/T1 Timing mode: Retimed Range: 100 m Impedance: 120 Ω/100 Ω Receive Cable Twisted Pairs RX Signals Pin # R-RING0 19 Twisted Pair R-TIP0 1 R-RING1 20 Twisted Pair R-TIP1 2 R-RING2 21 Twisted Pair R-TIP2 3 R-RING3 22 Twisted Pair R-TIP3 4 R-RING4 23 Twisted Pair R-TIP4 5 R-RING5 24 Twisted Pair R-TIP5 6 R-RING6 25 Twisted Pair R-TIP6 7 R-RING7 26 Twisted Pair R-TIP7 8 Shield CGND (1) 9 FibeAir® System Descriptions 23 .

Electrical) Connector: Shielded RJ-45 Used with: UTP Cat 5 Protocols supported: Fast Ethernet (100Base-T). Transmit Cable Twisted Pairs RX Signals Pin # T-RING0 29 Twisted Pair T-TIP0 11 T-RING1 30 Twisted Pair T-TIP1 12 T-RING2 31 Twisted Pair T-TIP2 13 T-RING3 32 Twisted Pair T-TIP3 14 T-RING4 33 Twisted Pair T-TIP4 15 T-RING5 34 Twisted Pair T-TIP5 16 T-RING6 35 Twisted Pair T-TIP6 17 T-RING7 36 Twisted Pair T-TIP7 18 Shield CGND 10 IP Interfaces 100Base-T (Fast Ethernet. full/half duplex Timing mode: Retimed Range: 100 m Impedance: 100 Ω 100Base-T LED Indicators LED Color Indication LINK Constant Green Normal operation ACT Blinking Green LAN receiving/transmitting data FibeAir® System Descriptions 24 .

5 µm MMF For Max Segment = 500 m: 50 µm MMF 1000Base-LX (Long Haul Fiber) Wavelength: 1350 nm Receptacle: MSA compliant. 50 µm MMF For Max Segment = 5000 m: 10 µm SMF FibeAir® System Descriptions 25 . 500 m (1650 ft) Cable Type: For Max Segment = 220 m: 62. 5000 m (16404 ft) Cable Type: For Max Segment = 550 m: 62. SFP (Small Form Factor Pluggable Ports) Connector: LC Max Segment Length: 220 m (1351 ft). SFP (Small Form Factor Pluggable Ports) Connector: LC Max Segment Length: 550 m (1805 ft). 100Base-T Connector Pin-Out Pin Function Pin 1 CH1_Tx+ Pin 2 CH1_Tx Pin 3 CH1_Rx+ Pin 4 CH2_Tx+ Pin 5 CH2_Tx Pin 6 CH1_Rx Pin 7 CH2_Rx+ Pin 8 CH2_Rx Gigabit Ethernet Optical 1000Base-SX (Short Haul Fiber) Wavelength: 850 nm Receptacle: MSA compliant.5 µm MMF.

full/half duplex Timing mode: Retimed Range: 100 m Impedance: 100 Ω FibeAir® System Descriptions 26 .3 Cable Type: Compatible with shielded and unshielded twisted pair category 5 cables. 10/100/1000Base-T (Electrical) Connector: Shielded RJ-45 Used with: UTP Cat 5 Protocols supported: Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T).Gigabit Ethernet Electrical 1000BaseT (Twisted Pair Cable) Receptacle: MSA compliant SFP (Small Form Factor Pluggable Ports) Connector: RJ-45 Max Segment Length: Up to 100 m (328 ft) per IEEE802.

FibeAir supports the following wayside interfaces: 10BaseT (Ethernet) Connector: Shielded RJ-45 Used with: UTP Cat 5 Protocols supported: Ethernet (100/10Base-T).Wayside Channel Interfaces The Wayside channel is used as an auxiliary audio or data channel. half or full duplex Timing mode: Retimed Range: 100 m Impedance: 100 Ω 100/10Base-T LED Indications LED Color Indication Normal operation with wayside LINK RX/TX Green enabled LINK Down Red LOS .Loss of Signal Disabled Grey (LED off) Wayside channel is disabled 100/10Base-T Connector Pin-Out Pin Function Pin 1 CH1_Tx+ Pin 2 CH1_Tx Pin 3 CH1_Rx+ Pin 4 CH2_Tx+ Pin 5 CH2_Tx Pin 6 CH1_Rx Pin 7 CH2_Rx+ Pin 8 CH2_Rx FibeAir® System Descriptions 27 .

703/E1 Connector Pinout Pin Function Pin 1 CH1_Rx+ Pin 2 CH1_Rx- Pin 3 CH2_Rx+ Pin 4 CH1_Tx+ Pin 5 CH1_Tx- Pin 6 CH2_Rx+ Pin 7 CH2_Tx+ Pin 8 CH2_Tx- FibeAir® System Descriptions 28 .E1/G.703 Connector: Shielded RJ-45 Used with: UTP Cat 5 Protocols supported: E1 Timing mode: Retimed Range: 100 m Impedance: 120 Ω E1 LED Indications LED Color Indication Normal operation with waysdie LINK RX/TX Green enabled LINK Down Red LOS .Loss of Signal Disabled Grey (LED off) Wayside channel is disabled G.

T1 Connector: RJ-45 Used with: UTP Cat 5 Impedance Type: Balanced Impedance: 100 Ω T1 LED Indications LED Color Indication Normal operation with wayside LINK RX/TX Green enabled LINK Down Red LOS .Loss of Signal Disabled Grey (LED off) Wayside channel is disabled T1 Connector Pinout Pin Function Pin 1 CH1_Rx+ Pin 2 CH1_Rx- Pin 3 CH2_Rx+ Pin 4 CH1_Tx+ Pin 5 CH1_Tx- Pin 6 CH2_Rx+ Pin 7 CH2_Tx+ Pin 8 CH2_Tx- FibeAir® System Descriptions 29 .

712 Input/output backside signal attenuation For 300-600 KHz. The specifications for this channel are as follows: Termination Type: Headset stereo plug. 2.4 Input impedance (ohms) 2000 Output impedance (ohms) 32 Input signal level (dBm) 0 to -27 Output signal level (dBm) 38 Signal level vs frequency (dB) In accordance with ITU-T G.Order Wire Channel Interface The Order Wire is used for audio transmission for testing or maintenance purposes.3-3.5 mm Frequency band (KHz) 0. no less than 20 Analog input gain (dB) 14 Analog output gain (dB) 0 FibeAir® System Descriptions 30 . no less than 16 (dB) out of frequency band: For 600-3400 KHz.

High Block. Tx High 50 1975 31075-31225 29100-29250 31 GHz. Block A Low. Tx High 80 1560 19260-19710 17700-18150 23 GHz. Tx Low 80 1560 17700-18150 19260-19710 18 GHz. Tx Low 50 700 37000-37350 37700-38050 38 GHz. Tx High 50 700 39650-40000 38950-39300 * 24 GHz antennas: Radio Wave: HLP1-26. Tx Low 50 700 37350-37700 38050-38400 38 GHz. Block A High. FCC Channel Allocations.Frequency Information The following tables list local frequencies and channels for the FibeAir system. High Block. Block B Low. Tx High 50 700 37700-38050 37000-37350 38 GHz. Low Block. Block A Low. Tx High 50 1200 22400-23000 21200-21800 24 GHz * 50 150 24075 24225 29 GHz. Tx Low 50 700 38600-38950 39300-39650 38 GHz. Block B High. Block B Low. Block B High. Tx High 50 225 31225-31300 31000-31075 38 GHz. Please note that the Width and Separation columns represent MHz values. Tx Low 50 1975 29100-29250 31075-31225 29 GHz. Tx Low 50 1200 21200-21800 22400-23000 23 GHz. Tx Low 50 700 38950-39300 39650-40000 38 GHz. 16 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 18 GHz. Tx Low 50 225 31000-31075 31225-31300 31 GHz. Low Block. Block A High. Andrews: VHLP1-240 FibeAir® System Descriptions 31 . Tx Low 50 1200 21800-22400 23000-23600 23 GHz. Tx High 50 1200 23000-23600 21800-22400 23 GHz. Tx High 50 700 39300-39650 38600-38950 38 GHz. Tx High 50 700 38050-38400 37350-37700 38 GHz.

High Block. Andrews: VHLP1-240 ETSI Channel Allocations. Tx High 55 1010 19160-19700 18150-18690 23 GHz.5 10942. Low Block. 16 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 18 GHz.5 24212. Tx Low 40 1560 17700-18150 19260-19710 18 GHz. Low Block. Tx High 56 1008 26005-26453 24997-25445 26 GHz. High Block. Tx High 56 1260 38878-39438 37618-38178 FibeAir® System Descriptions 32 .5-11417. Low Block. Tx High 40 1560 19260-19710 17700-18150 24 GHz. Tx Low 25 500 10702. High Block. Tx Low 56 1260 37618-38178 38878-39438 38 GHz.5 * 24 GHz antennas: Radio Wave: HLP1-26. Low Block. Tx High 56 1008 23000-23600 22000-22600 26 GHz.5-11657. Low Block. Channel B * 30 150 24087. 128 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 11 GHz. High Block. Tx High 56 1260 38318-38878 37058-37618 38 GHz.5 18 GHz. High Block.5 11 GHz.5 24237. Tx High 25 490 10942. Channel A * 30 150 24062. Tx High 55 1010 18710-19210 17700-18200 18 GHz.FCC Channel Allocations.5 10702. Tx Low 56 1008 24549-24997 25557-26005 26 GHz. Tx Low 55 1010 17700-18200 18710-19210 18 GHz. Tx Low 56 1260 37058-37618 38318-38878 38 GHz.5 24 GHz. Tx Low 56 1008 22000-22600 23000-23600 23 GHz. Tx Low 56 1008 24997-25445 26005-26453 26 GHz. Tx Low 55 1010 18150-18690 19160-19700 18 GHz.5-11417.5-11657. Low Block. High Block. Tx High 56 1008 25557-26005 24549-24997 38 GHz.

Tx High 28 266 13045-13073 12779-12807 13 GHz. Wide Band 5-8. Tx High 28 6400-7100 6400-7101 (flexible) 119-311. Channel 4. Channel 5.ETSI Channel Allocations.32 7/8 GHz 28. Tx Low 28 266 12751-12779 13017-13045 13 GHz. High Block. Tx High 28 266 13129-13241 12863-12975 13 GHz. Tx High 28 266 13073-13101 12807-12835 13 GHz.65 7100-8500 7100-8500 (flexible) 490-530 11 GHz. High Block. 29. Tx High 28 266 13129-13157 12863-12891 FibeAir® System Descriptions 33 . Channel 4. 128 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 240-340 6 GHz. Channel 1. Channel 5. Tx Low 28 10940-11198 11430-11720 (flexible) 490-530 11 GHz. Tx High 28 266 13101-13129 12835-12863 13 GHz. Tx Low 28 5900-6500 5900-6501 (flexible) 240-340 6 GHz. Tx Low 28 266 12751-12863 13017-13129 13 GHz. Tx Low 28 266 12807-12835 13073-13101 13 GHz. Channel 1. Tx Low 28 10700-10950 11190-11460 (flexible) 490-530 11 GHz. Low Block. Low Block. Tx High 28 11190-11460 10700-10950 (flexible) 490-530 11 GHz. Wide Band 1-4. Channel 2. Tx High 28 266 13017-13129 12751-12863 13 GHz. Tx High 28 11430-11720 10940-11198 (flexible) 13 GHz. Channel 3. Tx Low 28 266 12835-12863 13101-13129 13 GHz. Wide Band 5-8. Tx Low 28 266 12779-12807 13045-13073 13 GHz. Channel 3. Tx Low 28 266 12863-12975 13129-13241 13 GHz. Channel 2. Tx High 28 266 13017-13045 12751-12779 13 GHz. Wide Band 1-4. Tx Low 28 266 12863-12891 13129-13157 13 GHz.

Wide Band 1-4. Tx High 28 315 15047-15159 14732-14844 15 GHz. Channel 2. Channel 3. Tx Low 28 420 14697-14921 15117-15341 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 266 12891-12919 13157-13185 13 GHz. Channel 6. Channel 7. Channel 8. Channel 2. Channel 1. Wide Band 1-8. Tx High 28 728 15229-15257 14501-14529 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 266 12919-12947 13185-13213 13 GHz. Tx High 28 728 15313-15341 14585-14613 15 GHz. Wide Band 1-8. Tx Low 28 266 12947-12975 13213-13241 13 GHz. Wide Band 1-4. Tx High 28 266 13185-13213 12919-12947 13 GHz. Tx Low 28 728 14501-14529 15229-15257 15 GHz. Wide Band 8-15. Tx High 28 728 15285-15313 14557-14585 15 GHz. Channel 1. Wide Band 1-4. Tx Low 28 315 14648-14760 14963-15075 15 GHz. Wide Band 1-4. Tx Low 28 728 14557-14585 15285-15313 15 GHz. Channel 1. Wide Band 8-15. Channel 6. Tx High 28 315 14963-14991 14648-14676 FibeAir® System Descriptions 34 . Tx High 28 266 13157-13185 12891-12919 13 GHz. Tx Low 28 315 14732-14844 15047-15159 15 GHz. Wide Band 4-7. Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 13 GHz. Wide Band 4-7. Tx Low 28 315 14648-14676 14963-14991 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 14921-15145 14501-14725 15 GHz. Tx High 28 728 15229-15341 14501-14613 15 GHz. Channel 4. Tx High 28 315 14963-15075 14648-14760 15 GHz. Channel 1. Channel 4. Channel 3. Tx Low 28 728 14501-14613 15229-15341 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 728 14529-14557 15257-15285 15 GHz. Channel 8. Tx High 28 266 13213-13241 12947-12975 15 GHz. Tx High 28 728 15257-15285 14529-14557 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 728 14585-14613 15313-15341 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14501-14725 14921-15145 15 GHz. Channel 7. Tx High 28 420 15117-15341 14697-14921 15 GHz.

Tx High 28 315 14991-15019 14676-14704 15 GHz. Channel 7. Channel 3. Channel 2. Channel 3. Channel 5. Tx Low 28 420 14697-14725 15117-15145 FibeAir® System Descriptions 35 . Tx Low 28 420 14669-14697 15089-15117 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14529-14557 14949-14977 15 GHz. Channel 2. Channel 6. Tx Low 28 420 14613-14641 15033-15061 15 GHz. Channel 3. Channel 2. Tx High 28 315 15019-15047 14704-14732 15 GHz. Channel 4. Tx High 28 420 15033-15061 14613-14641 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 315 14760-14788 15075-15103 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 315 14676-14704 14991-15019 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 315 14732-14760 15047-15075 15 GHz. Channel 5. Tx Low 28 315 14816-14844 15131-15159 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15061-15089 14641-14669 15 GHz. Channel 6. Tx Low 28 420 14585-14613 15005-15033 15 GHz. Channel 4. Channel 5. Channel 7. Channel 3. Tx Low 28 420 14557-14585 14977-15005 15 GHz. Channel 4. Channel 8. Channel 4. Channel 1. Tx Low 28 420 14501-14529 14921-14949 15 GHz. Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 15 GHz. Channel 6. Tx Low 28 315 14788-14816 15103-15131 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 14949-14977 14529-14557 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15089-15117 14669-14697 15 GHz. Channel 6. Tx High 28 315 15047-15075 14732-14760 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 14977-15005 14557-14585 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 315 14704-14732 15019-15047 15 GHz. Channel 2. Channel 7. Tx High 28 420 14921-14949 14501-14529 15 GHz. Channel 5. Tx High 28 315 15131-15159 14816-14844 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15005-15033 14585-14613 15 GHz. Channel 7. Tx High 28 315 15103-15131 14788-14816 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14641-14669 15061-15089 15 GHz. Tx High 28 315 15075-15103 14760-14788 15 GHz. Channel 1.

Tx High 28 420 15117-15145 14697-14725 15 GHz. Channel 15. High Block. Channel 15. Channel 11. Tx Low 28 420 14837-14865 15257-15285 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15201-15229 14781-14809 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15257-15285 14837-14865 15 GHz. Low Block. High Block. Tx Low 27. Tx High 28 420 15173-15201 14753-14781 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14809-14837 15229-15257 15 GHz. Channel 10. Tx Low 27. Tx Low 28 420 14865-14893 15285-15313 15 GHz. Tx High 28 490 15005-15145 14515-14655 15 GHz. Channel 14. Low Block. Channel 9. Channel 13. Tx Low 28 1008 22000-22600 23000-23600 23 GHz. Tx Low 28 1008 24997-25445 26005-26453 FibeAir® System Descriptions 36 . Channel 8. High Block.5 1010 18710-19210 17700-18200 18 GHz. Tx High 27. Channel 12.5 1010 19160-19700 18150-18690 23 GHz. Channel 10. Tx Low 28 420 14893-14921 15313-15341 15 GHz. Channel 9. Tx High 28 1008 23000-23600 22000-22600 26 GHz. Tx High 28 490 15117-15341 14627-14851 18 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14725-14753 15145-15173 15 GHz. Low Block. Tx High 28 420 15313-15341 14893-14921 15 GHz.5 1010 17700-18200 18710-19210 18 GHz. Tx Low 28 420 14753-14781 15173-15201 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15285-15313 14865-14893 15 GHz. Low Block. Channel 12. High Block. Tx Low 28 420 14781-14809 15201-15229 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15145-15173 14725-14753 15 GHz. Tx High 28 420 15229-15257 14809-14837 15 GHz. Channel 11. Channel 13. Channel 14. Tx Low 28 490 14515-14655 15005-15145 15 GHz. Tx Low 28 490 14627-14851 15117-15341 15 GHz. Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 15 GHz. High Block.5 1010 18150-18690 19160-19700 18 GHz. Tx High 27.

Tx Low 28 1260 37618-38178 38878-39438 38 GHz.5 10401-10460. Tx Low 28 812 31815-32207 32627-33019 32 GHz. High Block. Tx High 28 1008 26005-26453 24997-25445 26 GHz.5 10527-10586. High Block. Tx Low 25 126 10485-10544. Tx High 25 126 10485-10544. Low Block. 128 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 11 GHz.5 11 GHz. Low Block. Tx High 28 1008 29004-29452 27996-28444 32 GHz. High Block.5 10611-10670. High Block. Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 26 GHz. Tx High 25 126 10527-10586. Tx High 28 812 32991-33383 32179-32571 38 GHz. Low Block. Low Block. Tx High 25 126 10443-10502 10569-10628 11 GHz.5 10611-10670.5 11 GHz. Tx High 28 1008 28556-29004 27548-27996 28 GHz. Tx High 28 812 32627-33019 31815-32207 32 GHz. High Block. Low Block. High Block. Low Block. Tx Low 28 1008 27548-27996 28556-29004 28 GHz.5 FibeAir® System Descriptions 37 . Tx High 28 1260 38878-39438 37618-38178 Deutsch Telecom Channel Allocations. Tx High 28 1008 25557-26005 24549-24997 28 GHz. Tx Low 28 812 32179-32571 32991-33383 32 GHz. High Block. Tx High 28 1260 38318-38878 37058-37618 38 GHz. Mid Block. High Block. Tx Low 25 126 10401-10460. High Block. Low Block. Mid Block. Tx Low 28 1260 37058-37618 38318-38878 38 GHz. Tx Low 28 1008 27996-28444 29004-29452 28 GHz. Low Block. Low Block.5 11 GHz. Tx Low 25 126 10443-10502 10569-10628 11 GHz. Low Block. Tx Low 28 1008 24549-24997 25557-26005 26 GHz.

Tx Low 56 1232 21224-21784 22456-23016 23 GHz. Tx High 60 600 22740-22980 22140-22380 38 GHz. Low Block. 16 QAM Separatio Frequency Width Tx Range Rx Range n 23 GHz. 16 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 18 GHz. Tx High 60 1000 39050-39500 38050-38500 China Channel Allocations. High Block. High Block. Low Block. Tx Low 56 1232 21784-22344 23016-23576 23 GHz. Tx High 55 1120 19233-19673 18113-18553 Argentina Channel Allocations. Tx High 56 1232 23016-23576 21784-22344 FibeAir® System Descriptions 38 . Tx Low 60 600 22140-22380 22740-22980 23 GHz. Tx Low 55 1120 17728-18113 18848-19233 18 GHz. Tx High 56 1232 22456-23016 21224-21784 23 GHz. Tx Low 55 1120 18113-18553 19233-19673 18 GHz. Tx High 55 1120 18848-19233 17728-18113 18 GHz. High Block. Low Block. High Block.Japan Channel Allocations. Low Block. 16 QAM Separatio Frequency Width Tx Range Rx Range n 23 GHz. Tx Low 60 1000 38050-38500 39050-39500 38 GHz.

128 QAM Frequency Width Separation Tx Range Rx Range 23 GHz. High Block. Tx High 28 1232 22456-23016 21224-21784 23 GHz. High Block. Tx Low 28 1232 21784-22344 23016-23576 23 GHz.Argentina Channel Allocations. Tx Low 28 1232 21224-21784 22456-23016 23 GHz. Low Block. Low Block. Tx High 28 1232 23016-23576 21784-22344 FibeAir® System Descriptions 39 .