Cambium's 5 GHz PMP 450b High Gain subscriber module operates as a long range wireless data receiver by connecting to a deployed PMP 450i access point.
Coupling its 40 MHz channel width with a peak modulation scheme of 256QAM the PMP 450b can provide beyond 300 Mb/s L1 throughput. The platform's SoC architecture provides a 400% increase in processing power over legacy 450 SM units.
The High Gain PMP 450b is an exceptional long range subscriber, sporting an enhanced IP67 ingress protection rating and 40 year MTBF.
Two units can be set in point to point mode to establish a 5 GHz microwave link to distances as far as about 15 kilometres. An optional shrouded radome is available for operation in harsh environments.
The High-Gain version of the 450b provides a 24 dBi gain making it ideal for medium-long range point to multipoint applications. The high gain is used to overcome signal power naturally lost over distance due to FSPL.
The unit's parabolic dish antenna tightens both azimuth and elevation beamwidth, focusing the transmission into a narrow beam that must be carefully aimed at the access point.
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Cambium Networks enables service providers; enterprises; governmental and military agencies; oil, gas and utility companies; Internet service providers; and public safety organizations to build powerful communications networks, reach users from 200 kilometers across mountain tops down to their devices, and intelligently manage their business Wi-Fi infrastructure through end-to-end network visibility and actionable analytics.