Latest technology advances including dual transceivers and maximum modulation techniques take your existing 9.6 Kbps communications to full duplex capability with data rates up to 640 kb/s in each direction. That’s 1280 Kbps aggregate data capacity now available to you.
This could be the answer to all your grid upgrades – including building redundancy into your network to keep your mission critical operations online when your primary communications are compromised.
Click below to learn how our advanced technologies such as MIMO and QAM256 optimize data capacity in narrowband channels.
Then scroll down to try our FREE path assessment to find out whether our award-winning Tornado radios could provide your fail-safe communications.
Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Wild fires.
Life on earth can be unpredictable – a challenge in an industry where reliability and maintenance of service are expected. From natural disasters to human error where bundles or wires & fiber are inadvertently cut, many events outside your control have the potential to disrupt your grid for extended periods of time.
Your network needs to be robust enough to be able to retain a level of visibility in an emergency and allow you to restore services as rapidly as possible.
One of the best ways to retain some level of control during uncontrollable events is to build redundancy in to your communications network. Backing up your fiber and microwave links with high capacity, low latency point-to-point radio links offers you the ability to maintain your mission critical operations in the event that your primary network fails.
MiMOMax Wireless can provide links offering you full duplex aggregate rates of up to 1280 Kbps (640 Kbps in + 640 Kbps out) with latency sitting as low as 5m/s. Allowing you to connect key sites in your network with your NOC or divert traffic to a redundant link during an emergency, an investment in redundancy can positively impact your network availability stats.
Key benefits of building redundancy into your network:
Minimize outage times and ensure your core operations are maintained when your network is compromised;
Radio offers greater immunity to weather-induced signal fading compared to microwave and is resilient to damage during ground movement unlike fiber and copper wires;
Maintain transmission even when antennas shift – due to wide beamwidth in narrowband;
Divert data traffic to your redundant links to avoid areas hardest hit during an emergency.
Try our free Path Assessment below to find out whether our award-winning Tornado radios could provide your fail-safe communications.
Disclaimer – results gained from a desktop path assessment are not recommended for use as the sole calculations for a network design. We recommend more detailed path planning be carried out by a professional prior to deployment of any narrowband links.