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NEC Corporation of America

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iPASOLINK EX
PASOLINK Series
Full Packet All-in-one Radio
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The iPASOLINK EX is NECs latest millimeter-wave radio designed for
future high speed networks. The iPASOLINK EX is ideally suited to
mobile backhaul for 4G (LTE/WiMAX) small cell deployment. However,
this product works equally well in core network access or transport
applications in dense urban areas. Other attributes of this innovative All-
Outdoor radio include, easy installation, provisioning, and maintenance;
advanced Ethernet functionality; high reliability and low power
consumption. Moreover, the iPASOLINK EX capacity may be increased
and reliability enhanced through employment of cross-polarization
interference cancellation (XPIC) and 1 + 1 protection, respectively.
Product Overview
Features
iPASOLINK EX
Ultra high speed
- Full speed GbE and more capacity (3.2Gbps [with XPIC 2 + 0])
High spectrum efciency
- QPSK to 256QAM adaptive modulation
Easy deployment
- Zero footprint
- Low power consumption
- Quick installation and provisioning
- Easy maintenance
- All-in-one conguration with integrated antenna
High performance switch capability
- Fully functional L2 switch
High reliability
- Advanced error correction
Man-machine interfaces
- Browser-based user interface with GUI
- In-band NMS
Specications
Frequency Band 71-76GHz/81-86GHz FDD
Modulation QPSK/16/32/64/128/256QAM (Hitless AMR)
Channel Separation 250MHz ( ETSI /ANSI )
Interfaces 2 x GbE (Electrical or Optical)
Maximum Link Capacity 3.2Gbps (256QAM) [with XPIC 2 + 0]
QoS 8 classes queue strict priority/DWRR
Synchronization Synchronous Ethernet
Ethernet OAM IEEE802.1ag/ITU-T G.1731/IEEE802.3ah
Radio Conguration 1 + 0/1 + 1/2 + 0
Antenna Direct mount (0.3-0.6m dia.)
Ambient Temperature -33 to +50C
Power Line Voltage -40.5 to 57VDC or PoE
Power Consumption 50W typ.
Dimensions and Weight (mm) 270(W) x 270(H) x 100(D) < 5.5kg
iPASOLINK EX
Specications are subject to change without notice.
Abbreviations
AMR: Adaptive Modulation Radio
ANSI: American National Standards
Institute
CCDP: Co-Channel Dual
Polarized
D: Depth
DWRR: Decit Weighted Round
Robin
ETSI: European Telecommunications
Standards Institute
GbE: Gigabit Ethernet
GUI: Graphical User Interface
H: Height
IEEE: Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers
IP: Internet Protocol
L2: Network Layer 2
LTE: Long Term Evolution
NMS: Network Management
System
PoE: Power over Ethernet
QAM: Quadrature Amplitude
Modulation
QoS: Quality of Service
QPSK: Quadrature Phase-Shift
Keying
(W): Width
WiMAX: Worldwide Interoperability
for Microwave Access
XPIC: Cross-Polarization Interference
Cancellation
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