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Motorola Solutions Overview
Motorola Solutions Overview
Wojciech Labocha
Mostar 07.04.2011
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Motorola Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Networks
One Point Wireless Suite
One Point
Wireless Suite
Design, Deploy and Manage
AirDefense
Security, Intrusion Protection
Point-to-Point
Backhaul Layer
Point-to-Multipoint
Distribution Layer
Mesh Network
Access Layer
VoWLAN
Access Layer
Indoor WLAN
Access Layer
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High-Level Layered Network Architecture
The Wireless Services Architecture
Backhaul Layer
(ERP, CRM, Supply Chain, Fin, PIM, Collaboration)
Distribution Layer
Mobile
Wireless Point-to-Multipoint
1Km - 10Km
Access Layer
Mesh WLAN
PMP
Mesh Outdoor
100m – 1Km
Lower Cost
Simplified
WLAN
Client Devices
Rugged/Std Laptops
VoWLAN phones
Mobile Computers
Vehicles
Cameras
More Secure
HQ
Branch
Store
Network and Device Security
All Wireless
Line Of Business Applications
Wireless Network Design and Management
Data Center
Point-to-Point Wireless Bridges
10Km - 100Km
DC
Enterprise Access
Residential Access Outdoor Fixed
Outdoor Mobile
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Point-to-Point (PTP) Backhaul
Point-to-Point
Backhaul Layer
High Capacity – 300 Mbps
Long Distance – 155 miles
(250 km)
LOS or NLOS
Licensed and Unlicensed
Tens of Thousands of
Deployments Globally
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Value Proposition
Value Proposition
 Market share leading
fixed outdoor pointto-point connectivity
and backhaul
systems that
operate in the
unlicensed, shared
and licensed
Key Features
 Throughputs from 7 Mbps to 368 Mbps full
duplex
 Carrier Grade reliability - Up to 99.999%
availability
 Industry leading technical feature set


Highest system gain
Best in class sensitivity and power output

Highest Spectral Efficiency

Unique Combination of MIMO, i-DFS, Adaptive
Modulation

Globally Popular and Demanded LINKPlanner
Tool
 Up to 255 Miles (250 km)
 Ability to connect in NLoS and extreme
weather conditions
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PTP Portfolio
Data Rate
(Mbps)
PTP 100
Lite: 7.5
Full: 14
PTP 200
LOS Range
(Max)
35 mi
56 km
5 mi
8 km
155 mi
250 km
155 mi
250 km
124 mi
200 km
Frequency
Bands (GHz)
2.4, 5.2, 5.4,
5.8
5.4
5.4, 5.8
5.4, 5.8
2.5, 4.5, 4.8,
4.9, 5.4, 5.8
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PTP 300
NLOS: 25
LOS: 50
PTP 500
Lite: 52
Full: 105
PTP 600
Lite: 150
Full: 300
PTP 800
10 - 368
Depends on
link budget
and
environment
11, 18, 23, 26
with
additional
frequencies
in
development
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PTP Solutions Portfolio
Licensed vs Unlicensed
PTP 300-500-600
PTP 800
Regulations
2.5, 4.4-4.6, 4.8,
4.9, 5.4, 5.8, 5.9GHz
6GHz – 38GHz
Multiplexing
Time Division/ Semi FDD
Frequency Division
Duplex
Half
Full
Physical
Integrated outdoor unit
Split Mount – Outdoor Radio
Unit Indoor Compact Modem
Unit
Cabling
Shielded Category 5e
Intermediate Frequency (IF)
Ports
100/1000BaseT (optional fiber
port and T1’s on PTP600)
100Base T, 1000BaseT, Optional
Fiber Port
Management
In-Band
Out-of-band or In-Band
Antenna
Dual Polarity integrated or
external
Single and dual (requires 2
radios) polarity external
Path
LOS, NLOS and nLOS
LOS only
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PTP Solutions Portfolio
~368Mbps
Maximum
Capacity
PTP
800
150Mbps
PTP 600 Full*
75Mbps
50Mbps
PTP 600 Lite
25Mbps
PTP 500 Full
PTP 500 Lite
2.5
4.5 4.9
5.4
5.8
6, 7, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18, 23, 26, 28, 32, 38
GHz
Frequency Bands Supported
(Note: Throughputs always stated as Full Duplex in Licensed Microwave market)
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PTP 300/500/600 Components
Complete “hop in a box”
Equipment provided





2 x Outdoor Units (ODU)
2 x Indoor Units (P-IDU Plus)
Built-in Network Management System
HW Mounting
PTP LINKPlanner Software
Customer provides
 CAT 5e shielded outdoor cable - Superior
Essex recommended
 External antennas (if applicable)
 1x (PTP300/500) or 2x (PTP600) Motorola
LPU (Lighting Protection Units)
Note: PTP300/500 products have LPU
circuitry built into the ODU so external LPU
at the ODU is not required.
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PTP-SYNC Key Features
• 1 Hz or 1 PPS (pulse per second)
timing reference signal
• One PTP-SYNC unit per link
• Daisy chain up to 10 PTP-SYNC
units
• Phantom powering via PIDU/ODU
cable
• When multiple PTP 600 radios are
deployed on two or more
towers/rooftops, add an outdoormounted time module:
GPS receiver
Motorola CMM (with PMP systems)
Other synchronized 1 Hz timing
device
• Up to 10 PTP-SYNC units can be
connected to one time module
PTP 600
Connectorized
Radio
Sample photo placement
PTP-SYNC
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Sample Configuration
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PTP 800 Series
 Portfolio Extension to Highly Successful PTP Portfolio
 Highly sought after by our customers requiring
 Maximum reliability in a protected (licensed) environment
 High throughput with low latency
 What are the Target Markets?
 Enterprise
 Municipal, University, Schools, Hospital
 Public Safety
 Carrier
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Key Features
 6 - 38GHz
 7 - 56MHz channels, configurable
 Native Ethernet radio
 GigE interface
 Scalable throughput, 10 - 368Mbps Full Duplex
 Asymmetric throughput control by license key
 Latency < 115μs @ full capacity
 QPSK to 256QAM
 Adaptive Modulation & Fixed Modulation
 In-Band and Out-of-band Management
 Industry smallest modem
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Key Features

Layer 2 QoS - 802.1p served by eight level queues

Optional 128 & 256 Bit AES Encryption (FIPS-197 compliant)

Supports multiple deployment configurations
 1+0 - Standard Configuration
 2+0 - Double Configuration
•Contains two independent links, allowing Double Throughput with
Redundancy at Single Throughput. The responsibility of link
aggregation, failover and fallback are completely depends on
external switch provided by customer
 1+1 - Redundancy Configuration (Available Later)
Hot Standby (HSB) configuration contains two links and provides
full redundancy in case of hardware.

LINKPlanner Software
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PTP 800 System Components
Antenna
IF Cable
(Intermediate Frequency)
ODU (Outdoor Unit)
LPU
(Lightning Protection Unit)
CMU (Compact Modem Unit)
Accessories
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Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) Access and
Distribution
Point-to-Multipoint
Distribution Layer
Secure and Reliable
Licensed and Unlicensed
802.16e and Proprietary
Scalable
45 Mbps, LOS and nLOS
Deployed in Over 120
Countries Globally
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Point-to-Multipoint Value
Value Proposition
 Fixed outdoor
connectivity for
data, voice and
video surveillance in
the licensed and
unlicensed
spectrum
Key Features
 Up to 45 Mbps throughput per AP module
180 Mbps from a four sector tower
 GPS synchronization
 Rapid installation of connectivity
 Applications
Data Transfer, Voice (VoIP), Video
 Low cost infrastructure
 Industry standard or proprietary
802.16e WiMAX CPE compatibility
 Long range
 LOS and nLOS performance
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PMP Portfolio
PMP 120
900 MHZ
PMP 120
PMP 130
PMP 320
PMP 400
PMP 430
Radio
Frequencies
(GHz)
Useable
Throughput
(Mbps)
Latency (msec)
2.4, 5.1, 5.2,
5.4, 5.8, 5.9
900 MHz
2.4, 5.1, 5.2,
5.4, 5.8, 5.9
3.3, 3.5, 3.6
4.9, 5.4
5.4, 5.8
7
4
14
23 (up to 40
with MIMO B)
20
>40
3.5
<7.5
3.5
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3.5
3.5
Security
• 56-bit DES
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128- • Optional
bit AES –
128-bit AES–
FIPS 197
FIPS 197
certified
certified
N
N
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128bit AES–
FIPS 197
certified
N
128-bit AES–
FIPS 197
certified
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128bit AES –
FIPS 197
certified
Y
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128bit AES –
FIPS 197
certified
Y
OFDM
Y
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PMP 1x0 Overview
Typical
Application
LOS connectivity for data, voice and
video applications
Example
Deployment
Service provider connects business
and residential subscribers in a new
location for data transfer and VoIP
services
Spectrum
2.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.8 and 6.0 GHz
Performance
LOS
Total
Throughput
7 or 14 Mbps per sector
Range
14 Mbps to 1 mile
7 Mbps to 2 miles
Range can be extended with passive
LESH and Reflector
Latency
3.5 msec one way
Security
DES, Optional 128/256-bit AES (FIPS
197 certified)
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PMP 430 Overview
Typical
Application
High capacity access network serving
business and residential subscribers
Example
Deployment
A service provider expands coverage
area to connect a city not served by
wired broadband solutions
Spectrum
5.4 and 5.8 GHz spectrum
Performance
LOS and nLOS performance
Total
Throughput
>45 Mbps per sector
Range
>40 Mbps to 1.5 miles
28 Mbps to 4 miles
14 Mbps to 8 miles
Latency
3.5 msec one way
Security
DES, Optional 128/256-bit AES
(FIPS 197 certified)
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PMP 430 Specifications Overview
PMP 430
(10MHz Channel)
PMP 430
(20MHz Channel)
Radio Frequencies
5.4, 5.8 GHz
5.4, 5.8 GHz
Useable Throughput
20 Mbps
40 Mbps
Latency (msec)
3.5
3.5
System Gain (dB)
• 5.4 GHz: 125
• 5.8 GHz: 134
• 5.4 GHz: 122
• 5.8 GHz: 131
System Gain with Passive LENS (dB)
• 5.4 GHz: 130
• 5.8 GHz: 140
• 5.4 GHz: 127
• 5.8 GHz: 137
System Gain with Passive Reflector
(dB)
• 5.4 GHz: 133
• 5.8 GHz: 149
• 5.4 GHz: 130
• 5.8 GHz: 146
Channel Width (MHz)
10
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Security
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128-bit AES – FIPS 197
certified
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128-bit AES – FIPS 197
certified
OFDM
Y
Y
Maximum Subscribers per Access
Point
200
200
Access Point Sector
900
900
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PMP 430 Product Description
CAP 58430
CMM4
CSM 58430
5.8 GHz OFDM Access Point
with 14-Port EtherWAN Switch
5.8 GHz OFDM Subscriber Module
29.5 VDC
Power Supply
600SS Pole
Mount Bracket
600SSC or
600SSD
56 VDC Power Supply
Four SM Models
Fixed Keys for Upgrades
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PMP 430 Models
Four SM Models
- 4Mb
- 10 Mb
- 20 Mb
- 40 Mb
Two AP Kit Models
- Outside of US Model
- US Model
AP Connectorized
without antenna
- Only available
outside of US
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PMP 430 AP Specs
AP - radio and connectorized antenna kit
Model No 5780AP, 5781AP, 5780APUS, 5781APUS
90° sector - 60° x 5° -3 dB beam with near-in null fill
17 dBi gain antenna
Radio Transmit Output Power is -30 to 16 dBm (Release 10.0)
Radio Transmit Output Power is -30 to 19 dBm (Release 10.1)
10 MHz Channel – 17 + 16 gives max 33 dBm EIRP (Release 10.0)
20 MHz Channel -17 + 19 gives max 36 dBm EIRP (Release 10.1)
Under 13 W DC power (56 VDC)
6 kg, 71 x 21 x 28 cm
AP – Connectorized radio only
Model No 5780APC, 5781APC
Selected markets – Not available in US
-30 to 19 dBm Transmit Output Power
Under 13 W DC power (56 VDC)
1.3 kg, 33.7 x 21 x 11.13 cm
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PMP430 SM Specs
SM - radio and int. ant.
Model No 5790SMx, 5791SMx
(x=4, 10, 20, 40)
10 dBi gain, 55° x 55° -3 dB beam
Optional LENS adds 6 dB
Optional Reflector Dish adds 15 dB
Auto TPC, set by AP (-30 to 19 dBm)
Under 13 W DC power (29.5 VDC)
MIR & CIR Ranges by SM Model – Configuration => QoS
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PMP 320 Overview
Typical
Application
Fixed, outdoor, licensed connectivity,
interoperable with 802.16e CPE
Example
Deployment
Service provider building fixed outdoor
coverage to complement a mobile
WiMAX network
Spectrum
3.3, 3.5 and 3.6 (including 3.65) GHz
licensed spectrum
Performance
LOS and nLOS performance
Aggregate
Throughput
>45 Mbps per sector
Range
• > 20 Mbps at 10 miles
Latency
25 msec one way
Security
128/256 bit AES (FIPS 197 certified)
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Mesh Access Networks
Mesh Network
Access Layer
Fixed or Mobile Access
Ad-hoc Self-forming and
Self-healing
Highly Reliable and
Scalable
Easy, Cost-effective
Deployment
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Mesh Wide Area Networks Value
Value Proposition
Key Features
 Mesh Wide Area
 Maximum data rate of 300 Mbps
 Integrated antennas
 Indoor/outdoor seamless connectivity
Network (MWAN)
solutions enable
mobile data, voice,
and video that fulfill
the needs of
municipal, public
safety and
enterprise
customers
 Standards based and proprietary solutions


802.11b/g/a/n
MEA (Mobility Enabled Access)
 Self-healing, self-forming
 High speed mobility (200+ mph)
 MeshConnex™ routing technology
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Portfolio Components
Radio Frequencies
Channel Width
Mobility
Throughput (Burst
Data Rate)
Client Encryption
Support
Intra-Mesh Encryption
4300 Series
6300 Series
2.4, 4.9, 5.4 and 5.8
GHz
10 and 20 MHz
2.4 GHz 2nd ISM
Band
20 MHz
Up to 80 mph
200+ mph
54 Mbps
6 Mbps
For 802.11b/g: WEP,
AES, TKIP, WPA and
WPA2 (802.11i)
Secure Mesh/AES
WEP, AES, WPA
(TKIP) and WPA2
(802.11i)
Secure Mesh/AES
7181 Series
7300 Series
2.4, 5.4, and 5.8 GHz
2.4 and 4.9 GHz
20 and 40 MHz
Up to 80 mph
(compatible with
VMM 4300)
20 MHz
300 Mbps
WEP, AES-CCM,
TKIP
Secure Mesh/AES
200+ mph
6 Mbps (MEA), 54
Mbps (802.11b/g)
For 802.11b/g: WEP,
AES, TKIP, WPA2
(802.11i)
Secure Mesh/AES
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One Point Wireless Suite
One Point
Wireless Suite
Software that
helps design,
deploy, manage
and secure the
network.
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Motorola One Point Wireless Suite
BroadbandPlanner Wireless Manager
PTP LINKPlanner RFMS
Design
Deploy
LANPlanner ADSP
Manage
Secure
One Point Wireless Suite
Indoor WLAN
Mesh
Point-to-Multipoint
Point-to-Point
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WM 2.2 - Feature Highlights
Node
Management
Main Info
Live Radio Parameters
Live Link Performance
Manage Functions
At Your Fingertips
Access information and
common tasks right from the
element icon on the map.
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WLAN
Indoor WLAN
Access Layer
Use as Primary Network
802.11a/b/g/n Meshing Access
Points
– n for Backhaul
– a for Voice
– b/g for Legacy Data
– n for New Notebooks
– a/b/g/n Integrated Sensor
Lower Total Cost of Ownership
Reliable, Secure, Easy to use
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WLAN Value
Value Proposition
 Wireless network
access for mobile
users that provides
unmatched
reliability, gap-free
security and the
best ROI and
lowest TCO
Key Features
 Complete indoor/outdoor 802.11abgn
portfolio
 SMB to world’s largest wireless LAN
 Multi-purpose Access Points
 Next generation adaptive architecture
 Fast and simple deployment
 Self optimizing & healing
 Reliable and survivable
 Most power & performance per Access
Point
 Integrated AirDefense security &
network assurance technologies
 Integrated, gap-free security
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Enterprise Wireless LAN Portfolio
WIRELESS SWITCHES
ACCESS POINTS
MANAGEMENT
RF MANAGEMENT SUITE
(End to End RF Management)
Lightweight AP
ADSP
Headquarters
AP300 (Dual-radio a/b/g)
( Airdefense Service Provisioning )
RFS 7000
Supports 1,024 – 12,000 AP’s
AP650 (Three-radio a/b/g/n)
Adaptive AP
Medium-Large Enterprise
RFS6000
Supports 256 – 3072 AP’s
3G WAN Backhaul
Expansion Slot for New Applications
AP-7131 (Tri-radio a/b/g/n)
AP-5131 (Dual-radio a/b/g)
LAN Planner ; Broadband Planner
Network Design, Site Survey
Remote Site Survivability
Resilient, Self Forming Mesh
Configuration Management
Monitoring
Outdoor AP
SMB/Branch Office
WS2000 : RFS4000
Supports 1-6 AP’s
Network-in-a-box
Troubleshooting
AP-5181 (Dual-radio a/b/g)
Supports mesh, Class 1 Div 2 Certified
Real Time Location System
Motomesh DUO (Dual-radio a/b/g)
Track Assets Using Wi-Fi, RFID Technology
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Motorola’s Versatile EWLAN Portfolio
Large Enterprise
Security / Mgmt
Small
3G/WiMAX
Wireless Switch
ADSL
Medium
Applications
Firewall
ADSL
INTERNET
Micro Office (VPN)
Large Branch
ADSL
Large Enterprise deployment
Motorola Solutions for the Distributed Enterprise
• Enables a variety of branch deployment scenarios
Distributed enterprise local switch / Adaptive deployment
• Provides Unmatched Reliability, Security, TCO
Wireless WAN backhaul for WAN failover & Load balancing
• Extremely easy to Deploy & Manage
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Motorola Wireless Switches
Common Software “Wi-NG”
RFS7000
Performance
RFS6000
New
RFS4000
256 x AAPs / Switch
3,072 x AAPs / Cluster
WS2000
SME / SMB – 802.11
a/b/g/n
SME / SMB –
802.11
a/b/g
6 x APs / Switch
72 X APs/ Cluster
6 x APs / Switch
200 Users
Mid / Large Enterprises
500-5,000 Users
Large Enterprises / Campus /
NOC
1,024 x AAPs / Switch
12,288 x AAPs / Cluster
Expansion slots for
3G/4G Wireless Backhaul
& Voice
2,000 – 20,000 Users
8,000 – 96,000 Users
Scalability
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Wireless Switch Family
Feature
WS2000
RFS4000
RFS6000
RFS7000
Hardware Interfaces
GiGE ports
CF cards
6 10/100 ports
•
8 X Gig E LAN ports
1X Gig E WAN Uplink
4 X Gig E
•
•
•
•
4 X PoE ports
5 X PoE+ ports
8 X PoE+ ports
6
6
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256
256
1024
Q2 2010
Q2 2010
Q2 2010
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
USB
PoE/PoE+
5X Gig E LAN ports
1 X Gig E WAN Port
Software Features
AP 300 adoption
Adaptive AP adoption
No Adaptive AP
802.11n Support
802.11 a/b/g only
PPPoE; Wired IPS
Networking : DHCP, AAA,
IPSEC VPN, NAT
Mesh/Wireless Bridging
•
•
•
Clustering
Active: Standby
Wired/Wireless Firewall
L3 Stateful
Firewall only
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Integrated Networking Services
Reduces Hardware & Maintenance Costs
Internet
WLAN controller
SMART RF
Enterprise
Network
DSL/T1
AAA Server
FW
VPN concentrator
Centralized
Management & IP PBX
Security
Monitoring, Remote Headquarters/ NOC
Troubleshooting
Router
IDS
Ethernet Switch
Management Station
IP
phones
Management Station
App Server
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AP-7131 Product Configurations
Single & Dual Radio AP-7131
- Dual band a/b/g/n radios
- 3 x 3: 2 MIMO Performance
- Continuous full-band WIPS sensing
New
Tri Radio AP-7131
- Dual band a/b/g/n radios
- 3 x 3: 2 MIMO Performance
- Integrated WIPS sensor
- High Tx power of 27.7 dBm across 3 chains
New
Dual Radio w/ ExpressCard Slot AP-7131
- Dual band a/b/g/n radios
- 3 x 3: 2 MIMO Performance
- ExpressCard Slot to support off-the-shelf 3G WAN
- High Tx power of 27.7 dBm across 3 chains
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Mesh Support on 802.11n AP
DSCP or
802.1p
WMM
50%
WLAN 3
10%
• Self Assembling/Self Healing Mesh capability
WLAN 2
•Support PTP/PMP and Repeater Mode
•Mesh nodes support WMM to ensure QoS for data traversing the
Mesh
WLAN 1
15%
25%
•Support for end-to-end VLAN Tagging and WPA2 security for
backhaul
•WLAN bandwidth management allows partitioning of bandwidth
between WLANs and Mesh
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Site Survivability with
Adaptive AP Architecture
NOC
WLN Branch
VLAN 200
VLAN 100
WLAN Branch:
VLAN 200
WAN Link
AP-7131
WLAN Corporate
VLAN 100
IPSec Tunnels
Branch
Adaptive AP Features:
•“Thick AP’s (AP51X1/71x1) is adopted in the wireless switch (like
an Access Port)
•AP-Switch connection is secured using IPSec
•AP’s retain their Independent AP characteristics allowing it to
offer WLAN services even if the connectivity to the switch is lost.
•AP51X1/71X1 can switch local traffic within the AP
Benefits:
configuration and management from the Wireless
Switch.
•Site Survivability:
•WLAN services at a remote site will be unaffected in case of a
WAN outage.
•Securely Extend Corporate WLAN’s to Stores
•Maintain Local WLAN’s for in store applications.
WLAN Corporate:
VLAN 100
WLAN Store:
VLAN 200
Distributed
Computing and
Security
Enforcement at the
Edge
•Centralized
Adaptive
(Distributed)
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Introducing AP-650:
Cost effective entry into 802.11n
Plug and Play Install without a forklift Upgrade
Zero touch installation – true Plug & Play. Application and Session persistence without complex
configurations. Fully powered by 802.3af provides investment protection for existing PoE infrastructure
Centralized Management for large
scale deployments
One point of configuration, multiple points of control for
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Deployment and Mobility
Security without compromise
24*7 sensor for Security while providing bandwidth for
multi-media intensive applications
DFS2 Compliance with Affordable
migration
Plenum rated to support above-ceiling deployment, this
AP is DFS2 compliant without a premium for 802.11n
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AP650: Dependent Access Point
New
802.11n performance without the
premium price
•Full performance on 802.3af power
•2x3 MIMO for improved RF performance
•Rated for operation from 0 – 50 degrees
C
•Fully DFS2 compliant for full use of
5GHz channels
Versions to meet all installation
needs
•Dual or Single radio SKUs available
•Metal Plenum rated version with
external antennas
•Attractive non-plenum plastic enclosure
with integrated antennas
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Introducing
AP 6511 Wallplate Access Point
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Traditional APs are not designed for Hotels
AP INSTALLED IN HALLWAY
Takes a lot of time to Plan
Install is disruptive to Guests
Expensive to pull cables and power
Value Proposition:
Install APs in the guest room for better
WLAN, faster install, and higher guest
satisfaction
AP INSTALLED IN GUEST ROOM
Minimal site survey time
Rapid installation – minutes not
hours
Use existing Cat5/6 wire in the walls
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AP 6511 WallPlate AP
Radio and Performance
– 802.11 a/b/g/n, 2x2 MIMO, dual 3.5dBi antennas
– 26dBm max EIRP with two chains
Management
– Controller AP – Standalone – RF Controller -
one AP will manage up to 25
webUI, CLI
Layer 2/3 adoption by RFS 4k, 6k, 7k
About the size
of a deck of
cards
Form Factor
– Low profile, sleek design
– One minute install over telecom wall plate
– Mount on telco plate, wall, ceiling
Interfaces
–
–
–
–
1 x snap-in port for keystone style connector
3 x 10/100Mb snap-on module
1 x 10/100Mb uplink LAN, 802.3af PD
1 x 802.11a/b/g/n radio
7.5cm x 12.5cm x 2.5cm
3” x 5” x 1”
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Snap-On Ethernet Module
Module Description
– Field installable, snap-on
– 3 x 10/100Mb switched Ethernet ports
• Per port 802.1Q, QoS, 802.1x
Hidden connector
Remove access cover
Snap on Module
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Modular Design
AP with no external ports
Blank
(included)
RJ-45 Ethernet
(included)
(use included Blank)
Keystone or Leviton
QuickPort® style
RJ45
party)
(3rd
AP with one connector
(add any one of the connectors
shown at left)
F-connector
(3rd party)
AP with Ethernet Module
(add any one of the connectors
shown at left)
RJ11
(3rd party)
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AP 6511 Installation
Cat5 Plate
Snap-On
Install Bracket
Install Cables
Done
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Hotel Solution Architectures
Full Service Hotel
Select Service Hotel
Limited Service Hotel –
40%
<100 rms to ~125 rms
Controller AP
Manages all AP
6511s
Lobby
Guest Rooms
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Hotel Solution Architectures
Full Service Hotel
Select Service Hotel –
34%
~125 rms to ~300 rms
Meeting Rooms
Lobby/Backoffice
Guest Rooms
Limited Service Hotel – 40%
<100 rms to ~125 rms
Lobby
Guest Rooms
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Hotel Solution Architectures
Full Service Hotel – 26%
~300 rms to ~2000 rms
Outdoor Facilities
Conference Facilities
Lobby/Backoffice
Guest Rooms
Select Service Hotel – 34%
~125 rms to ~300 rms
Lobby/Backoffice
Guest Rooms
Limited Service Hotel – 40%
<100 rms to ~125 rms
Lobby
Guest Rooms
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AP 6511: 802.11n WallPlate AP
– purposely designed for MDUs
Controller AP
– Management scales from One to
Thousands
Rapid Installation
– Snap-On Installation, modular design
Advanced Design
– Sleek, compact, “hide-in-sight”
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Voice over WLAN (VoWLAN)
VoWLAN
Access Layer
Turn the desktop into a
pocketable virtual
office. Mobile access
over the WLAN to the
voice and data services
needed to increase
productivity,
collaboration and
customer satisfaction.
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Total Enterprise Access Mobility (TEAM)
Value
Value Proposition
Improves
customer service
and worker
productivity
 Mobile access to the
people and
information workers
need at the point of
work
Key Features
 Interoperability – TEAM VoWLAN, TEAM Express,
Motorola MCs, TEAM Badge, and
2-Way Radios (via TEAM RLS)
 Reduce Capital & Operational Expenditures –
no need for multiple devices; leverage existing
infrastructure; reduce IT management time
 Flexible and Scalable – works with a broad range
of PBXs, scales from a handful to thousands of
users
 TEAM VoWLAN Services Include
Toll Quality PBX Voice
 Enterprise-Grade PTT
 Email, Calendar, PIM, SMS
 Line of Business Applications

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TEAM VoWLAN Solution
Macro Cellular Network /
PSTN
Total Enterprise
Access and Mobility
Existing PBX and WLAN
Collaboration
Email
Network Services Manager
(Management & Provisioning)
PSTN
Line of Business
Servers
IP-PBX / TDM PBX
Enterprise/IT Servers
DHCP, DNS, AAA
Wireless Services
Manager
(Feature Appliance)
Internet
Firewall
WLAN
VoWLAN
Radio Link Solution
Public Networks
Existing Two-Way
Radios
Customer Premise
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TEAM Portfolio
TEAM VoWLAN
Description
Comprehensive mobile
access over WLAN for
voice and data services
Components
• EWP1000
• EWP2000
• Wireless Services
Manager (WSM)
appliance
• Network Services
Manager (NSM)
TEAM Express
Push-to-talk
communications among
multiple, disparate
devices, including
Motorola voice-capable
mobile computers and
TEAM devices
Downloadable software
voice client that can be
added to a wide range
of Motorola mobile
computers
pre-loaded on the
TEAM VoWLAN
smartphones and TEAM
badge.
TEAM RLS
Interoperability with
basic PTT talk-group
communications
between two-way radio
systems and TEAM
VoWLAN and TEAM
Express devices
• RLS appliance
• Radio Interface Unit
(RIU)
• 2-way radio donor
devices
TEAM Badge
Affordability and
portability to mobile
voice, providing basic
Push-to-Talk (PTT)
communications
• TEAM badge
(EWB 100)
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AirDefense
Management
Trouble-shooting
Comprehensive
WLAN Control
Security &
Compliance
AirDefense
Security
The most powerful
vendor-agnostic
Wireless Intrusion
Prevention System
(IPS) available
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AirDefense Solutions Value
Value
Proposition
Key Features
 SECURITY & COMPLIANCE
 Ensure network
security with the most
Prevent data breaches which cost $200-$300 per record by
spending only 5% the data breach cost up-front.
powerful vendoragnostic wireless
monitoring system on
the market.
Generates automatic wireless compliance reports with
forensics.
 The Network
Assurance Suite
Wireless troubleshooting can cost over $1000 per visit. Use
remote troubleshooting tools to reduce operational costs.
improves wireless
availability and
reduces downtime.
Resolves over 70% of wireless trouble tickets remotely.
 Manage WLAN
infrastructure across
multiple device types
and multiple vendors.
 NETWORK ASSURANCE
 NETWORK MANAGEMENT (March 2010)
One central management console, offering a more holistic
approach to network management.
A cost effective way to upgrade/migrate to 11n
infrastructure by allowing central management of legacy
infrastructure.
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How to Think about the AirDefense
Services Platform
Security &
Compliance
Network
Assurance
Comprehensive
WLAN Control
Infrastructure
Management
INFRASTRUCTURE
MANAGEMENT
NETWORK
ASSURANCE
Rogue Elimination
Vendor Neutral WLAN
Management
Solve Issues Remotely
Intrusion Detection
Centralized Configuration
Level 1 Helpdesk
Automated Defenses
Policy-based Fault Mgmt
Proactive Monitoring
Forensic Analysis
Automated Discovery
Spectrum Analysis
Legacy Protection
Network Visualizations
Coverage Visualizations
Mobile Protection
Firmware Management
Remote Packet Capture
SECURITY &
COMPLIANCE
Wireless Vulnerability
Assessment
Historical Analysis
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PBN – Private Broadband Network
T3 and Wallplates
1/n rooms
Wireless Guest Room
Existing telephone riser
MC-802
Power Over Existing Phone Wires
Wired Guest Room
M2
Router
Hotel
Phone Block
Guest
Gateway
VOD
server
Satellite
Receiver
T3 Switch
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Key Value Proposition
Enable COST-EFFECTIVE broadband infrastructure
– Use existing phone wire already in place
– No need to re-wire the building
– Quick and reliable installation
– Single and secure power source
– Eliminate power and in-room disconnects
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Components in the Solution
T3 PowerBroadband Switch
•
Purposefully designed for hospitality
2 x GigE uplink ports, 25 x UTP downlink ports, 1RU
high
•
Integrated POTS filter
•
Up to 75Mbps to each connected WallPlate
•
Network managed; telnet, webUI, SNMPv2c
AC power
M2 WallPlate
•
2 x FE ports
600m (2kft) telephone wire
POTS + Power + Broadband
300m (1kft) telephone wire
PBX
Phone block
MC-802 WallPlate
•
•
2 x FE ports
1 x 11b/g radio
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Technical Specifications
802.11b/g Wireless WallPlate
T3
25-port PowerBroadband Switch
2 x GigE uplink
1 pair UTP telephone wire
Line power + 75Mbp at 300m
MC-802
Wireless WallPlate
2 x FE ports
1 x b/g radio
– Central Configuration, Status, Statistics from
T3 Switch
–
Per Ethernet Port:
• 802.1Q VLANs, QoS
• 802.1Q tagged/untagged per Port
• Configuration and status
–
Per Radio:
• 802.11 b/g
• 16 BSSID
• Tx power in 1db increments (1 to max)
• Tx power adjustment per packet
• Auto/manual datarate from 1 to 54
• 1 to 20dBm, 3.1dBi diversity antennas
–
Per WLAN:
• SSID, 802.1Q VLAN, WMM
• WEP/WPA/WPA2, AES/TKIP
• 802.1x/EAP (TLS, PEAP, TTLS)
• Client Isolation, DTIM, B-cast
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VDSL and Power Performance Specs
High Speed Data Targets
–
–
–
–
1000ft (300m)
2000ft (600m)
3000ft (900m)
5000ft (1500m)
75Mbps
60Mbps
20Mbps
~1.5Mbps
Adaptive In-Line Power
Line Power for m2 only
with Local power supply
with Local power supply
Adaptive In-Line Power - Patented
–
–
–
–
–
Operates on single pair with analog POTS and High Speed Data
Transparent to analog signals  phones always work
Install on any telephone jack with bridged taps
600m (2kft) : 25 WallPlates, 2 x 100Mb ports each
300m (1kft) : 25 Wireless WallPlates, 2 x 100Mb ports
One pair UTP wire
POTS
POWER
HIGH SPEED DATA
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Cable Types – UTP and non-UTP
T3 operates over UTP wire, sub-Cat3 to Cat5+
– The differences between categories of UTP wire relate to the amount of
electromagnetic interference (EMI) they allow on wire pairs. Higher
category wire has more twists, thus greater rejection of EMI.
Non-UTP wire
– Has no common mode rejection of EMI – therefore it degrades xDSL
– Can be fine if only found toward the end of the wire segment
– Bad if found all the way from the MDF to each end-point
Key: To dramatically improve performance with sub-cat3 wire, use only twisted pair cross-connect wire,
amphenol cables, pre-wired blocks
Flat wire
QUAD wire
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Part Numbers and descriptions
45225: 25 port T3 Switch
45101: m2 WallPlate
Local power port
POTS Phone port
LINE – connect to PBX PHONE – connect to House side
side
RJ45 Ethernet, Eth 1
RJ45 Ethernet, Eth 2
65601/65603: RJ11 In-Line Filter
Note: filter must be installed as labeled
LINE – connect to wall jack RJ11 plug
45010: Wireless WallPlate WallPlate
PHONE – connect to analog phone
65602: In-Line Filter (spider filter)
Note: filter must be installed as labeled
RJ45 Ethernet, Eth 2
RJ45 Ethernet, Eth 1
POTS Phone port
Local power port
PHONE – connect to wires from the
phone using wire bean connectors.
Black wires
(not labeled) connect to wires from
the PBX using wire bean connectors.
Red wires
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Site Survey – Wireless Coverage
Goal: Determine location of -90dBm signal
4 rooms coverage per WP
AP
-31
AP
-55
-80
-91
Actions:
– Place WP in one room, close the door
– Measure signal in middle of each room
– Identify room with signal of -90dBm
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Site Survey – Results
Results:
– Better than -70dBm signal in every room
– No more than two APs on the same channel, interfering
AP
-70
-64
-31
AP
-55
AP
-31
-70
-91
-64
-31
-55
-55
-70
-64
AP
-55
-70
-64
-31
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Phone Room Cross Connects
In-building phone wires,
Up to 300m
PBX
MC-802 wireless
WallPlate
T3 PowerBroadband Switch
Note:
connect port labeled
“phone” toward the house
wiring
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Guest Room Installation – M2 WallPlate
– Step 1:
Install bracket over existing
telco plate
– Step 2:
Install 150mm RJ11 cable
– Step 3:
Snap cover in place
Install 2 set screws if desired
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Guest Room Installation – Wireless WallPlate
– Step 1:
Install bracket over existing telco plate
– Step 2:
Install 75mm RJ11 cable between
existing RJ11 jack and backside of unit
– Step 3:
Screw unit onto bracket using
supplied screws
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