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OVERVIEW: Providing internet to the branch locations through centrally over

wireless network, and the product which is used for wireless transmission is

AXXCELLARA. Axcellara is a licensed product which is meant to be used in the

licensed frequency range which will be 5.2Ghzs to 5.9Ghzs.Wireless broadband

connectivity solution is a high availability, high quality, scalable, rapid- deployment

last mile solution that provides its customers a cost-effective option in deploying

critical business applications on its nationwide IP network. Wireless Broadband

ensures a very high throughput capacity on the last mile through a reliable cellular

topology deployment. This helps in providing quick, trouble-free connectivity with

significant room for scalability for customers demanding a viable and stable

alternative to traditional wire line “leased-line” infrastructure.

Wireless Broadband operates in the licensed frequency band which helps ensure in

minimal interference in the operating frequency range. Wireless Broadband

deployment consists of deploying base stations (Access Points-AP’s) in hexagonal

shaped cells and subscriber units (SU’s) at the customer premises, which are in line of
Sight (LoS) with the AP’s. The traffic of the base station is backhauled to the IP

network, which itself is a fully meshed and redundant network connecting many cities

across the country. The AP’s are deployed sectorally to achieve maximum coverage.

The AP's communicate with one or more SU's using ATM (Asynchronous Transfer

Protocol) - atm 25 m interfaces.


Purpose of the Project:

1. Providing wireless broadband facility to houses and office locations with the

help of Wi-Max, data transmission will be done to customers by an ISP with

fewer installed fibres or cables.

2. Establishing a VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection between co-operate

and branch offices.

3. Virtual Private Networks (VPN’s) are established because of implementing

high security levels between AP’s (Access Points) and Subscriber Unit (SU’s).

4. Provide wireless broadband to the branch offices through centrally from co-

operate offices.

5. Product which is used for wireless broadband transmission is

AXXCELLARA. (AB-Wi-Max= Axxcellara Broadband).


1. SU is called as (Subscriber Unit) which is as RF device which will talk to AP

(Access point)

2. AP is Access Point wireless device is centrally placed at corporate Office Access

Point receives the traffic from branch locations and forward to the corporate office

and from corporate office to ISP

3. Traffic will travel SU to AP through ATM interface

ATM - Asynchronies Transformation Method

4. Router's are placed at all the locations

5. An GRE tunnel's are configured between corporate office and branch offices

6. From branch location's all Traffic will flow through source router and pass into

tunnel interface and reach to corporate router.

7. Based on the source request the traffic will natted at corporate office to reach the

internet or based on the route the traffic will be routed to the other branch location.


1. This will work in the licensed frequency range.

2. Any other products which will support same frequency will not communicate

with this. device

3. Axcellara will support the bandwidth of 10Mbps where we can send and

receive data.

4. Axcellara will cover distance up to 12 kilometres distance in the sense air

distance i.e. data transmission radius.


1. Data will travel between wireless devices through ATM interfaces.

2. Tunnels will be created in the routers to allow the traffic to flow between cooperate

and branch

3. Allow the branch location traffic will communicate the corporate resources for

accessing the required servers. (Vice versa)

5. Allow to access internet for the corporate and branch locations through VPN.

6. Can share the server resources between the locations.


1. SU Subscriber Unit – Product Axcceelera

2. AP Access Point - Product Axcceelera

3. Router’s based on the number of locations.

4. switches based on the number of locations

5. computers in each location

6. Router IOS should be support the GRE tunnels

7. CAT 5 cable and RJ 45 jacks

8. Power should be provided to the wireless devices (SU and AP)

Reporting to:

Mr. Bernie Murphy (supervisor)

Mr. Ajay Kumar (Client)

Mr. Srikanth

Research Topic:



• Wi-Fi

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