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Products FibeAir 4800 Family

Fast Ethernet & nxT1/E1 License Exempt Radio

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  • High data rate up to 48 Mbps

  • License-exempt radio operation at:

    2.400-2.4835 GHz
    4.940-4.990 GHZ
    5.250-5.350 GHZ
    5.470-5.725 GHZ
    5.725-5.850 GHZ

  • Congiruable modulation schemes: QPSK, 16 QAM, 64 QAM

  • Integrated Fast Ethernet and nxE1/T1 interfaces

  • Operational range of up to 80 km (50 miles)

  • Carrier-class grade

  • Excellent performance and reliability

  • Complete SNMP-based local and remote management

  • Complies with ETSI, FCC, IC, ITU-T and IEEE standards and frequency plans, for operation worldwide

  • Cost-effective Ethernet link   


    FibeAir 4800 product family is a carrier-class, high capacity, low cost point-to-point broadband wireless system. It operates in the license-exempt 2.4- 5.8 GHz bands and is suitable for service providers and enterprises that require immediate deployment and quick return on investment.

    FibeAir 4800 product family carries Fast Ethernet and TDM services over license-exempt bands, effectively connecting voice and data over a single link. The system ensures low BER, as well as low latency and full compliance with E1/T1 interface jitter and wander requirements. 

    FibeAir 4800 enables direct connection of existing equipment, such as LANs and PBX systems, thus eliminating the need for additional external equipment. FibeAir 4800 product family is a split-mount system consisting of an IDU, ODU and antenna on each side of the link.

    Two types of IDUs are available: IDU-E with 1 x 10/100BT and 1, 2 x E1/T1, or IDU-C (Carrier Class) with 2 x 10/100BT and 1, 2, 4, 6 x E1/T1, power redundancy and optional 1 + 1 protection.

    Two types of ODUs are available: ODU with integrated 1ft antenna, or ODU with N-type connector for external antenna.


    Campus Connectivity:
     Transparent connection of enterprise LAN and PBX systems across various campuses, which reduces communication costs, operating expenses and maintenance requirements.

    Wireless ISP Backhaul: Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) use backhaul to connect their Point of Presence (POP) to their network operation centers. Using FibeAir 4800, WISPs have a higher capacity, with a range up to an 80 km range, and bundled connectivity, within the same cost-effective package.

    Wi-Fi and WiMax Backhauling: Provides a more robust and cost-effective alternative to leased lines, for the last mile connection between the Wi-Fi/WiMax access point and the data network.

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