Broadband Technical Information

Broadband Technical Information
How allpay Broadband works…
…it is very simple
Using a wireless link, we are able to offer communities a fast and reliable broadband service.
This wireless link is transmitted through local access points and is received through a subscriber
module. Compact in design, a subscriber module can be easily fixed to the roof of a house or
business, with no disruption, allowing you instant access to the internet.
Once an access point has been positioned in a community, it provides homes and businesses
with a reliable connection to the internet with speeds of up to 35Mb.
For more detailed information about our allpay Broadband equipment please read on.
All technical information has been provided by Motorola, the company that supplies us with our
wireless broadband equipment.
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allpay transmits signals from
a location in Herefordshire to
a network of access points.
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Access points can be
located at churches, public
buildings or on private land.
Access points act as relay
stations for the signal.
Signals from these access
points are received by our
subscriber modules at
our customers’ homes or
businesses.
Point-to-Point 54300 & Point-to-Point 58300
allpay Broadband uses Motorola Point-to-Point (PTP) Wireless Ethernet Bridges at access point
locations to send and receive wireless radio signals between sites. If an access point is used to
relay the signal to another access point an additional PTP Wireless Ethernet Bridge is required.
allpay Broadband uses PTP equipment on the licence exempt bands 5.4 and 5.8 GHz.
The Motorola Point-to-Point (PTP) technology is designed to reliably transport communications in
any environment including non-line-of-sight (NLOS), line-of-sight (LOS) and in high interference
environments, as well as over water.
ND PTP 58300
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RADIOS
Access Points
o-point connectivity helps wireless ISPs,
ernment agencies gain the information agility
als.
thernet Bridges operate in the 5.4 and 5.8 GHz
p to 25 Mbps and distances up to 155 miles (250 km).
ort your communications in virtually any environment,
e line-of-sight (LOS) and high interference environments,
a PTP 300 solution, you can establish communications
onnectable.
PTP 300 Integrated
PTP 300 Integrated
INDUSTRY-LEADING LINK PLANNER
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Our easy-to-use PTP LINKPlanner tool allows you
to accurately predict link performance based on
geography, distance, antenna height and other
factors specific to your deployment. LINKPlanner is
available as a stand-alone tool or included in our One
Point Wireless Suite.
PTP 300 Connectorized
PTP 300 Connectorized
FLEXIBLE NETWORK MANAGEMENT
You can manage your network remotely via the
Internet and a standard web browser, use your
existing network management system, and/or use our
Wireless Manager, version 2.2 or higher.
WIRELESS NETWORK SOLUTIONS
or
At Motorola, our unrivaled wireless network
solutions include indoor WLAN, outdoor wireless
mesh, point-to-multipoint and point-to-point networks
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SPECIFICATION SHEET
5.4 AND 5.8 GHZ POINT-TO-POINT BRIDGES – PTP 300 SERIES
RADIO TECHNOLOGY
RF band
Channel size
Channel selection
Transmit power
System gain
Receiver sensitivity
Modulation
Error correction
Duplex scheme
Antenna
Range
Security and encryption
REMARKS
5.725 GHz–5.875 GHz1
5.470 GHz–5.725 GHz1
Configurable to 5, 10 or 15 MHz
By intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or
manual intervention; automatic selection on start-up
and continual adaptation to avoid interference
Varies with modulation mode and settings from
-18 dBm to 27 dBm
Integrated: Varies with modulation mode; up to
167 dB using 23 dBi integrated antenna2
Connectorized: Varies with modulation mode and
antenna type2
Adaptive, varying between -94 dBm and -69 dBm
Dynamic; adapting between BPSK and 64 QAM
FEC
Symmetric Fixed TDD; same or split frequency
Tx/Rx where regulations permit
Integrated: Integrated flat plate 23 dBi / 8°
Connectorized: Can operate with a selection of
separately-purchased single and dual polar antennas
through 2 x N-type female connectors (check local
regulations prior to purchase)
Up to 155 miles (250 km); up to 6 miles (10 km) in the
optional LOS mode
Proprietary scrambling mechanism; optional FIPS197 compliant 128-bit and 256-bit AES Encryption
ETHERNET BRIDGING & T1/E1
Protocol
IEEE 802.3
User data throughput
Standard–Dynamically variable up to 25 Mbps at the
Ethernet (aggregate):
5 MHz Channel – Up to 13 Mbps
10 MHz Channel – Up to 25 Mbps
15 MHz Channel – Up to 25 Mbps
(Upgradable to a PTP 500; requires a license-key
purchase)
LOS Mode–Dynamically variable up to 50 Mbps at
the Ethernet (aggregate):
5 MHz Channel – Up to 18 Mbps
10 MHz Channel – Up to 35 Mbps
15 MHz Channel – Up to 50 Mbps
(Optional, requires a license-key purchase)
Latency
<3 ms average each direction
QoS
802.1p (4 levels)
Interface
10 / 100 Base T (RJ-45) – auto MDI/MDIX
T1/E1 interface
Single T1/E1 port (with splitter cable); G703/G704,
G823/G824
MANAGEMENT & INSTALLATION
LED indicators
Power status, Ethernet link status and activity
System management
Web or SNMP v1/v2c/v3 using MIBII and a
proprietary PTP MIB; Motorola Wireless Manager,
version 2.2 or higher
Installation
Built-in audio and graphical assistance, plus voltage
output for link optimization
Connection
Distance between outdoor unit and primary network
connection: up to 330 ft. (100 meters)
Lightning protection
Built into the Outdoor Unit (ODU); an external PTP
Lightning Protection Unit (PTP-LPU) end device is
required near the base of the tower or wall at the
cable entrance point leading to the network to
protect the indoor LAN equipment
PHYSICAL
Dimensions
Integrated ODU: Width 14.5” (370 mm), Height 14.5”
(370 mm), Depth 3.75” (95 mm)
Connectorized ODU: Width 12.2” (309 mm), Height
12.2” (309 mm), Depth 4.1” (105 mm)
Powered Indoor Unit (PIDU Plus): Width 9.75” (250
mm), Height 1.5” (40 mm), Depth 3” (80 mm)
Weight
Integrated ODU: 11.8 lbs (5.35 kg) including bracket
Connectorized ODU: 10.4 lbs (4.7 kg) including
bracket
PIDU Plus: 1.9 lbs (864 g)
Wind speed survival
202 mph (325 kph)
Power supply
Integrated with Indoor Unit
Power source
90–240 VAC, 50–60 Hz / 36-60V DC; redundant
powering configurations supported
Power consumption
50 W max
ENVIRONMENTAL & REGULATORY
Operating temperature
-40°F (-40°C) to +140°F (+60°C), including solar
radiation
Protection and safety
UL60950-1; IEC60950-1; EN60950-1; CSA-C22.2 No.
60950-1
Radio
5.8 GHz: USA CFR 47 Part 15.247
Canada IC RSS-210 Issue 7
Europe EN 302 502, Eire Comreg 06/47R, UK IR2007
5.4 GHz: USA CFR47 Part 15.407
Europe EN 301 893, Canada IC RSS-210 Issue 7
EMC
USA CFR 47 Part 15 Class B
Canada CSA Std C108.8 1993 Class B
Europe EN 55022 CISPR 22, Europe EN 301 489 - 1/4
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Regulatory conditions for RF bands may vary by geographic location and should
be confirmed prior to system purchase.
Gain, maximum transmit power and effective radiated power may vary based
on regulatory domain.
Motorola, Inc. 1303 E. Algonquin Road, Schaumburg, Illinois 60196 U.S.A. www.motorola.com/ptp
MOTOROLA and the stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2010.
All rights reserved.
WNS PTP 300 04-00 SS 100110
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Point-to-Multipoint 54430
The PMP 54430 equipment offers customers speeds of up to 35Mb, allowing them to enjoy
reliable use of all internet services including data transfer, voice and video applications such as
iPlayer, HD and Skype.
Access Point
Typically four Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) 54430 antennas are installed at access points to provide
a coverage of 360 degrees. Each access point covers up to a 5 mile radius depending on the
topography.
SPECIFICATION
ShEET
The antenna provides wireless line-of-sight (LOS)
and near
line-of-sight (nLOS) broadband
connectivity in the 5.4 GHz spectrum.
Subscriber Module
Point-to-Multipoint 54430
Access Point and Subscriber M
A Subscriber Module (SM) is the receiving antenna allpay Broadband installs at homes or
businesses to receive the wireless radio signal from an access point.
The Motorola Wireless Broadband Point-to-Multipoint (PM
54430 Access Point and Subscriber Module is the ideal s
for developing, enhancing and extending advanced broad
networks with more than 45 Mbps of total aggregate thr
for data transfer, voice and video applications. The PMP 5
Access Point and Subscriber Module provide wireless Li
Sight (LOS) and near Line of Sight (nLOS) broadband con
in the 5.4 GHz spectrum.
Motorola Wireless Broadband products combine field-pro
toughness with exceptional performance, security, easeand cost effectiveness. PMP 54430 Series Access Point
Subscriber Modules are available with total throughputs
than 40 Mbps for data, video and voice applications. PM
Subscriber Modules can be purchased with throughputs
10, 20 or 40 Mbps and throughput can be enhanced to e
modules via a fixed software license.
The PMP 54430 Access Point can be co-located on the s
tower location with other Motorola PMP Access Point so
The user guide provides details on co-location planning a
network design considerations.
Subscriber Module
CSM 54430
FEATURE
FEATURE
Access Point
CAP 54430
INTEGRATED
AP SPECIFICATION
INTEGRATED
AP SPECIFICATION
SM SPECIFICATION
SM SPECIFI
CAP CAP
5443054430
CSM 54430
CSM
MODEL NUMBER
5480AP, 5480APC
PART NUMBER
5480CAA
5490SM4, 5490SM10, 5
5490AA, 5494
FREQUENCY RANGE
CHANNEL WIDTH
CHANNEL SPACING
5443
5470 - 5725 MHz
5 MHz, 10 MHz or 20 MHz
4 on 2.5 MHz increments for 5 MHz Channel
Configurable
Configurable on 5 MHz increments for 10 and 20 MHz Channels
ANTENNA GAIN
17 dBi (w/ included sector antenna)
10 dBi
TRANSMIT POWER (NOTE 1)
-30 to +21 dBm (to EIRP limit by region)
(1dBm interval)
Auto transmit
EIR
POINT-TO-MUlTIPOINT 54430 ACCESS POINT
AND SUbSCRIbER MODUlE
FEATURE
FEATURE
INTEGRATED
AP AP
SPECIFICATION
INTEGRATED
SPECIFICATION
SM SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION
SM
CAP
54430
CAP
54430
CSM CSM
5443054430
MODULATION LEVELS (ADAPTIVE)
1X=QPSK, 2X=16QAM, 3X=64QAM
FORWARD ERROR CORRECTION
¾ Reed-Solomon block coding
PHYSICAL LAYER
OFDM 256FFT
MAC (MEDIA ACCESS CONTROL) LAYER
Motorola Proprietary
CYCLIC PREFIX
1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 fixed
PPS
15,000
4,800
GPS SYNCHRONIZATION
Yes
# OF SUBSCRIBERS PER SECTOR
Up to 200
N/A
ARQ
Yes
QUALITY OF SERVICE
DiffServ QoS
MAXIMUM DEPLOYMENT RANGE
(W/ REFLECTOR DISH ON SM, LOS)
1X: 8 mi. (13 km), 2X: 6 mi. (10 km), 3X: 2.7 mi. (4 km)
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE (UP+DOWN)
THROUGHPUT PER SECTOR (@5 MHZ CHANNEL)
1X: 3.5 Mbps, 2X: 7 Mbps, 3X: 10.5 Mbps
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE (UP+DOWN)
THROUGHPUT PER SECTOR (@10MHZ CHANNEL)
1X: 8 Mbps, 2X: 16.5Mbps, 3X: 24.5Mbps
MAXIMUM AGGREGATE (UP+DOWN)
THROUGHPUT PER SECTOR (@20MHZ CHANNEL)
1X: 16.5 Mbps, 2X: 32 Mbps, 3X: >45 Mbps
LATENCY
5-7 ms round trip
ENCRYPTION
DES, FIPS 197 Certified AES Option
NOMINAL RECEIVE SENSITIVITY (W/ FEC)
@ 5 MHz CHANNEL
1X: -93 dBm, 2X: -86 dBm, 3X: -79 dBm
NOMINAL RECEIVE SENSITIVITY (W/ FEC)
@ 10MHZ CHANNEL
1X: -90 dBm, 2X: -83 dBm, 3X: -76 dBm
NOMINAL RECEIVE SENSITIVITY (W/ FEC)
@ 20MHZ CHANNEL
1X: -87 dBm, 2X: -80 dBm, 3X: -73 dBm
ETHERNET INTERFACE
10/100BaseT, half/full duplex, rate auto negotiated (802.3 compliant)
PROTOCOLS USED
IPv4, UDP, TCP, IP, ICMP, Telnet, SNMP, HTTP, FTP
NETWORK MANAGEMENT
HTTP, Telnet, FTP, SNMPv2c
Prizm 3.3 and One Point Wireless Manager 2.2
VLAN
802.1ad (DVLAN Q-in-Q), 802.1Q with 802.1p priority, dynamic port VID
CE
EN 301 893 v1.5.1
TEMPERATURE
-40°C to +55°C (-40°F to +131°F)
0% – 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
WIND SURVIVAL
190 km/hour (118 mi/hour)
190 km/hour (118 mi/hour)
WIND LOADING
90 lbs.
45 lbs.
DIMENSIONS (H X W X D)
71 x 21 x 28 cm (28.75” x 8.25” x 11”)
30 x 9 x 9 cm (11.75” x 3.4” x 3.4”)
WEIGHT
6.1 kg (13.5 lbs.) (w/ antenna)
2.8 kg (6.1 lbs.) (w/o antenna)
0.45kg (1 lb.)
MAX POWER CONSUMPTION
19W
10W
INPUT VOLTAGE
24 to 59 V
24 to 30 V
COLLOCATION WITH PMP 52100
Yes
COLLOCATION WITH PMP 54100
Yes, 10MHz guard band separation or 5MHz with 3 ft vertical required; synchronization required
COLLOCATION WITH PMP 54400
COLLOCATION WITH PMP 58100
Interoperable when using 10 MHz channel and ¼ cyclic prefix
Yes
motorola.com/pmp
Printed in USA 5/10 MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are the property of their respective
owners. ©Motorola, Inc. 2010. All rights reserved. For system, product or services availability and specific information within your country, please contact your local Motorola office
or Business Partner. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Health & Safety Concerns...
There are no known health problems related to the equipment needed to set up wireless
broadband services. If you would like to read more information about radio frequencies emitted
by Wireless LAN equipment please visit the below websites:
World Health Organisation - EMF Project
www.who.int
National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB)
www.hpa.org.uk/radiation
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
www.ieee.org
International Radiation Protection Association
www.irpa.net
National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
www.ncrp.com
Radiocommunications Agency
www.ofcom.org.uk
Wireless LAN Association
www.wlana.org
Contact us
Phone:
0844 557 8322
Email:
info@allpaybroadband.com
Web:
www.allpaybroadband.com
Address: Fortis et Fides
Whitestone Business Park
Whitestone
Hereford
HR1 3SE
0844 557 8350
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