Cambium Networks - Winncom Technologies

Cambium Networks - Winncom Technologies
WinnCom Road Show
April 17, 2012
Nick Grasso RSM – AZ, CA, HI
nick.grasso@cambiumnetworks.com
424.666.9808
Our Genesis
+
Point to Multipoint (PMP) + Point to Point (PTP)
access networks
backhaul infrastructure
=
Cambium Networks
Cambium Networks by the Numbers
Cambium Networks Footprint
220
Experienced Professionals dedicated to PTP/PMP
3,500,000+
Modules deployed 150+
Countries deployed
4,000
Networks deployed
14
International awards, including Queen’s Award (twice)
2,000+
Global partners actively selling
287
Program Certified Technicians
250+
Published case studies
250,000
Topic views per month on the Web site
Cambium Networks
Key Vertical Markets
Service Providers
Government, Public Safety and Administration
Last mile solutions for hundreds of successful WISPs and other service providers in every part of the world.
Mission critical connectivity for federal agencies and municipal public safety and public service departments.
Industrial Communication
Federal Defense and Security
Enterprises
Streamline operations for global transportation, logistics,
manufacturers,
and public and private utilities.
Rapid deployment of video surveillance and data/voice connectivity that is trusted to operate in even the most harsh environments.
Reliable high‐
speed communications for enterprise environments and industries, including business organizations, healthcare, education, hospitality and many more.
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Applications
Outdoor Multi‐Use Access Networks
Leased Line Replacement
Video Security
Residential Connectivity
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PTP 100 & 200 SERIES KEY FEATURES PTP
Feature
PTP 100
PTP 200
PTP 230
PTP 250
RF Bands (GHz)
2.4, 5.2, 5.4, 5.8
4.9 – Dedicated Public Safety Band
5.8
5.4‐ 5.8 Dual Band1
Max. Throughput
14 Mbps
21 Mbps
50 Mbps LOS 220 Mbps
Max. LOS Range
35 mi (56 km) with reflector
15 mi (24 km) 80 mi (129 km)
34 mi
(54 km)
NA
NA
NA
NA
56‐bit DES
128‐bit AES
56‐bit DES
128‐bit AES
56‐bit DES
128‐bit AES
PTP Proprietary Encryption
Wind Speed Survival
118 mph
(190 kph)
118 mph (190 kph)
118 mph
(190 kph)
150 mph (240 kph)
Operating Temperature
‐40° ~ 131° F
(‐40° ~ 55° C)
‐40° ~ 131° F
(‐40° ~ 55° C)
‐40° ~ 131° F
(‐40° ~ 55° C)
‐40° ~ 140° F
(‐40° ~ 60° C)
Max. NLOS Range
Security
1
In the first release, only the 5.8 GHz band will be available in the U.S. and Canada.
PTP 300, 500, 600 & 800 KEY FEATURES PTP
Feature
PTP 300
PTP 500
PTP 600
PTP 800
5.4, 5.8
5.4, 5.8
2,5, 4.5, 4.8, 4.9, 5.4, 5.8, 5.9
6 ~ 38 Max. Throughput
25 Mbps –
50 Mbps LOS 105 Mbps
300 Mbps
368 Mbps (full duplex)
Max. LOS Range
155 mi
(250 km)
155 mi
(250 km)
124 mi
(200 km)
Depends on configuration
6 mi (10 km)
6 mi (10 km)
5 mi (8 km)
NA
128/256‐bit AES
128/256‐bit AES
128/256‐bit AES,
FIPS 140‐2
128/256‐bit AES
Wind Speed Survival
202 mph
(325 kph)
202 mph (325 kph)
202 mph
(325 kph)
150 mph
(242 kph)
Operating Temperature
‐40° ~ 140° F
(‐40° ~ 60° C)
‐40° ~ 140° F
(‐40° ~ 60° C)
‐40° ~ 140° F
(‐40° ~ 60° C)
‐27° ~ 131° F
(‐33° ~ 55° C)
RF Bands (GHz)
Max. NLOS Range
Security
NLOS AND LOS PERFORMANCE
Line‐of‐Sight (LOS) Up to 155 miles near‐Line‐of‐Sight (nLOS) Up to 25 miles Non‐Line‐of‐Sight (NLOS) Up to 6 miles CONNECT VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE
Through Trees
Over Desert or Water
Around Buildings
High‐Interference Areas PTP 300, 500, 600 NLOS TECHNOLOGY
Multiple‐Input Multiple‐Output (MIMO) – Only backhaul product leveraging MIMO
Intelligent Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (i‐OFDM) – Resists interference and signal fading
Adaptive Modulation – Maximum throughput with highest link quality
Advanced Spectrum Management with i‐DFS – Automatically switches to the clearest channel
High Spectral Efficiency – High throughput with minimal spectrum usage Best‐in‐Class Radios – Highest system gain in the category MITIGATE INTERFERENCE • Automatically changes
channels to avoid interference without dropping
the link
• Narrow channels4– 5, 10,
15, 30 MHz
• Spectrum analyzer – scans
the band continuously
• TDD synchronization for
optimal collocation density
• Proactive channel planning
• Up to 2,500 channel
combinations
Clear Channels
4Channel
width options depend on region codes.
PTP‐SYNC AND TDD
Connectorized Radio
• PTP 500 and PTP 600 Series radios include Time Division Duplex (TDD) which allows frame timing to be synchronized with other PTP 500 and 600 radios or an external timing module:
– GPS receiver
– Our Cluster Management Module (CMM) – Other 1 Hz synchronized timing module
• TDD‐synchronized radios require a PTP‐
SYNC synchronization unit to provide a timing reference signal for each link
IMPROVED COLLOCATION
Transmit
Transmit
UNSYNCHRONIZED TDD
WITH SIGNIFICANT CROSS
INTERFERENCE
Timeline
Self‐Interference
All
Transmit
All Receive
Timeline
SYNCHRONIZED TDD
WITH GREATLY REDUCED
CROSS INTERFERENCE
PTP 800 LICENSED MICROWAVE
Excellent choices for:
ODU
CMU
• Organizations that want the benefits of licensed exclusivity
• High‐throughput, LOS communications
• Last‐mile fiber extensions
• Video surveillance
• WiMAX and LTE backhaul
• ASTRO® / Dimetra™ backhaul
PTP 800 • Up to 368 Mbps (full duplex) • Split‐mount architecture with ODU and CMU
• Latency to <115 µs at full capacity with 64 bytes
• 1+1 HSB redundancy • FIPS‐197 128/256 AES (optional)
• 6 to 38 GHz • IP‐optimized architecture helps initiate a smooth migration to an all‐IP network • Exceptional scalability • Optional license coordination services
CAPACITY AS YOU GROW Exceptional Scalability with PTP 800 CMU Capacity Cap Upgrades
Single‐Step Capacity Upgrades
X ► 20 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 30 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 40 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 50 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 100 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 150 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 200 Mbps (per unit)
X ► 300 Mbps (per unit)
X ► Full Capacity (per unit)
Step‐by‐Step Capacity Upgrades
10 ► 20 Mbps (per unit) 20 ► 30 Mbps (per unit)
30 ► 40 Mbps (per unit)
40 ► 50 Mbps (per unit)
50 ► 100 Mbps (per unit)
100 ► 150 Mbps (per unit)
150 ► 200 Mbps (per unit)
200 ► 300 Mbps (per unit)
300 ► Full Capacity (per unit)
ASYMMETRIC CAPACITY CONTROL
Cameras
Control Ctr
CMU
with 20 Mbps Cap
20 Mbps
200 Mbps
CMU
with 200 Mbps Cap
• Vary Upload Versus Download Capacity • Reduce Your CAPEX
REDUNDANCY
THREE OPTIONS:
1+0 Non‐Redundant Link •1+0 Non‐Redundant Link:
– Support non‐critical applications
– One ODU and one CMU at each link end – Can later upgrade to 1+1 or 2+0 redundancy if desired •1+1 Hot Standby Redundant Link:
– Support critical applications
– Two ODUs and two CMUs at each link end – Share the same antenna or use two antennas
•2+0 Two Independent Links:
–
–
–
–
Support critical applications
Two ODUs and two CMUs at each link end Share the same antenna or use two antennas
Requires an external switch
1+1 or 2+0 Redundant Link
PTP 800 INDOOR Features
Support PTP 800i all indoor Solution
with IRFU @ 6/11 GHz
Support Switch Spatial Diversity for
ODU-A, ODU-B and IRFU
Support Layer-3 QoS - DSCP (Different
Service Code Point) and TC (Traffic
Class) of MPLS labels.
Enhanced Security Features includes:
• FIPS 140-2
• Secured Radius
• Authenticated SNTP
• Syslog
PTP 800 High-Power
Indoor Unit (iRFU)
Support of All Indoor with IRFU
Low VSWR Antenna
Heliax Elliptical Waveguide
CMU
Fixed Tuned Connector
Gas Distribution Manifold
Pressure Window
1+1 SD iRFU
Dehydrator
IRFU Key Features
• Very High Tx power Î higher system gain
– Guaranteed 30 dBm @128 QAM on 6 GHz
• Low Rx sensitivity Î higher system gain
– Very low noise figure on IRFU
• Hitless and Errorless ACM with adaptive Tx power, QPSK to 256 QAM
• Eco‐mode, offering reduced power consumption
• Flexible Upgrade Path
• Compact design, 2.75 U heights for 1+1 protected configuration
Frequency Band
• 6 GHz
– Range: 5.925 ~ 7.125 GHz
– Support both FCC L6, U6 and 7 GHz.
– Support IC L6 and U6.
• 11 GHz
– Range: 10.696 ~ 11.71 GHz
– Support both FCC/IC 11 GHz.
10/20/25/30/40 MHz channel plan.
Paired and unpaired frequency plans
Single Tx module covers complete 6 and 7 GHz, single Tx module for 11 GHz
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Why All indoor?
•
Reduce OPEX cost
– Less expensive to pay and insure ground‐based personnel than the specialized personnel required to climb towers while working on active electronics, which make it popular especially for tower companies, utility and railroads and large carriers.
– Trade unions in particular are often reluctant to approve tower climbing by their members in the United States, which makes all indoor solution more popular in the United States.
•
Reduced repair time
– All indoor solution offers convenient access to all the electronics equipment without requiring tower climbs. Technicians can repair or replace equipment on site – even in inclement weather – without the need to work outdoors.
•
Ideal Long Haul Solution
– 50 miles per hop using high power all indoor solution compare with 15‐25 miles per hop using split mount radio
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Target Vertical Markets
–Public safety
–Utility Companies
–Railroad
Transportation
–Carriers
SPATIAL DIVERSITY
V/H
V
V/H
V
H
H
Spatial Diversity
IDEAL OVER WATER AND FLAT TERRAIN
Wireless signals across water or hard surfaces (desert) pose performance
and reliability challenges:
• Highly reflective surfaces create multi-path interference
• Varying water heights create over-sea challenges
Spatially diverse antennas can mitigate the ducting and fading that is typical
over water and desert.
Why Spatial Diversity
• Spatial Diversity improves link availability by providing each end of a wireless link with multiple observations of the signal which has been transmitted from the remote end of the link. • It is particularly effective in combating multipath fading caused by atmospheric effects such as scintillation and ducting. Both these effects can occur to a significant degree in microwave links. It also combats fading caused by reflections from water.
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BENEFITS OF OUR ACM
Smoothest Step Changes
Supports 8 modulation step changes – smoothest in the industry
Hitless and Errorless
No bit errors or traffic suspension during modulation shifts
Enhanced QoS Control
No negative impact on high priority voice and data traffic with enhanced QoS Easy Configuration
• Control the highest and lowest modulation modes.
• ACM configuration with PTP LINKPlanner tool
CAPEX and OPEX Savings
• No charge to enable ACM on PTP 800 radios
• Fast one‐time set‐up – no further intervention required • Reduce antenna size
• Fewer hops via increased distances
• Use existing site infrastructure Security Enhancements
• Validation to FIPS 140‐2
• Secure Radius, support following authentication protocols
– MS‐CHAPv2
– PEAP (MS‐CHAPv2)
• Authenticated SNTP
– Authentication of SNTP message using DES and MD5
– Support of Primary and secondary SNTP servers
• Comprehensive logging of all configuration changes
– Record general configuration and status changes
• Login information
– Require a user of web based interface to acknowledge security notices before logging in.
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Configuration - Options
• Flexible Configurations
Configuration
Functionality
1+0
Non redundant system
Non redundant system, ready to upgrade to 1+1
1+0, MHSB Ready to
Upgrade to 1+1, EQ
with Equal Splitter
1+0, MHSB Ready to
Non redundant system, ready to upgrade to 1+1
Upgrade to 1+1, UNEQ
with Un-Equal Splitter
1+1, Hot Standby redundant system with Equal
1+1, EQ
Splitter
1+1, Hot Standby redundant system with Un-Equal
1+1, UNEQ
Splitter
1+1, Hot Standby redundant system with Space
1+1, MHSB TX / SD RX
Diversity (SD) receive path protection
Two carriers in single chassis support on a single
2+0, East/East
antenna port: 6|6, 11|11
Two carriers in single chassis with independent
2+0, East/West - Repeater
antenna ports: 6|6, 6|11,11|11
AUTOMATIC BILL‐OF‐MATERIALS
Simplifies ordering procedures
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
• Leased‐line replacement / extensions
• WiMAX and LTE backhaul • ASTRO® / Dimetra™ backhaul
• Public safety / disaster recovery
• High‐speed wireless backhaul
• Video surveillance • Network redundancy • Building‐to‐building and campus connectivity
• Last mile access
• Rapid deployment • IP network migration
PMP Portfolio
PMP 120
900 MHZ
PMP 120
PMP 130
Advantage
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
4.9GHz
5.4, 5.8
7
4
14
23 (up to 40
with MIMO B)
20
>40
3.5
<7.5
3.5
25
3.5
3.5
Security
• 56-bit DES
• 56-bit DES
• Optional 128- • Optional
128-bit AES–
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
Cambium31Networks
Y
Continuing Innovations: PMP 450
Increased Throughput
Dual Platform Radio
Software Defined Radio
Scalable
Interference Tolerant
Solution: PMP450 Dual Protocol AP
• Simultaneously talks to both FSK & OFDM SMs using Canopy MAC protocol
• Dramatically increases overall system capacity
• No wholesale change‐out of SMs required to achieve benefits
• Intelligently adapts as OFDM loading increases to maximize performance
• OFDM MIMO data rates of up to 90 Mbps peak throughput
• MIMO subscribers to maximize network capacity
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PMP450 – Access Point
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PMP450 – Subscriber Module
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PMP450 Key Features
Radio Performance Features
Advantage
Dual Band (5.4 and 5.8 GHz)
Single SKU covers both bands!
2x2 MIMO
Higher spectral efficiency, throughputs and/or link budgets
Seamless operation with PMP100 and PMP430
Migration path to new technology, capacity gains without total system replacement
Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation by technology
Maximizes capacity of sector with mixed product
Physical Features
Advantage
1000BaseT (Gig‐E) interface
Allows for future platform enhancement
IP67 Certified Access Point Housing
Fully weather rated
Built‐in surge suppression on AP
No additional parts needed
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PMP450 Key Features
Cambium Features
Advantage
Low, consistent latency operation
Network loading doesn’t affect performance
Flexible Networking Capability
Same GUI and Canopy features,
management continuity across products
Tiered Subscriber Modules
Range of prices and performance to meet all WISP needs
Optional passive antenna options for the Subscriber Module
Enhance the SM range only when needed
A Range of Synchronization options:
CMM, UGPS, embedded GPS (future) Allows for synchronization at price that makes sense for the deployment
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Definition: Area Averaged Sector Capacity
Using Integrated Patch Antenna on SM
Area Average of
30 Mbps
90 Mbps
60 Mbps
21 Mbps
Across coverage area
Of ~4 miles
Assume:
• Users are uniformly distributed across coverage area
• Data usage is equally distributed across subscribers
• Sector edge is 6 miles
15 Mbps
(not to scale)
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Definition: Area Averaged Sector Capacity
Using Cassegrain Antenna on SM
30 Mbps
Area Average of
36 Mbps
90 Mbps
60 Mbps
Across entire coverage area
Assume:
• Users are uniformly distributed across coverage area
• Data usage is equally distributed across subscribers
• Sector edge is 6 miles
(not to scale)
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Definition: Area Averaged Sector Capacity
30 Mbps
Using Reflector Dish Antenna on SM
Area Average of
90 Mbps
Assume:
• Users are uniformly distributed across coverage area
• Data usage is equally distributed across subscribers
• Sector edge is 6 miles
59 Mbps
Across entire coverage area
60 Mbps
(not to scale)
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Flexible Deployment Options
B
C
A
A
C
B
A
A
B
B
60° sector
FSK replacement
B
A
C
90° sector*
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120° sector*
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PMP450 Platform Opportunities
Possible Future Enhancement
Benefit
Dual sector SISO support
Could support 2 sectors with single radio
40 MHz channel bandwidth
Effectively double the aggregate throughput
256 QAM modulation (4x)
Enhanced throughput at close range
Embedded GPS
Remove need for external device to synchronize network
PTP product release based on PMP450
Further enhance the low end PTP portfolio
*Not currently committed features
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