Siklu's MultiHaul system is a highly effective method of providing gigabit wireless connectivity to multiple locations over short ranges. The units are simple to install, requiring minimal alignment. The B100 BU (1.8 Gb/s) unit requires SFP to transit the multi-gigabit throughput.
MultiHaul has an effective range of around 200 metres, connecting up to eight Terminal Units per Base Unit with a total shared capacity of 1.8 Gb/s.
Operating on the ACMA LIPD Class Licensed 60 GHz band, a MultiHaul Base Unit establishes a 90 degree scanning arc and uses beamforming to target each Terminal with an independent beam.
Specifications below are provided for the MultiHaul Base Unit.
The ACMA LIPD Class Licence conditions for the 60 GHz band stipulate a maximum 20 W EIRP for the Siklu MultiHaul. This is due to the radio requiring two 2160 MHz wide channels, consuming a total of 4320 MHz - exceeding the frequency bandwidth limitation for the higher power 59 to 63 GHz band.
It is speculated this system uses GMSK modulation or similar (0.52 b/s/Hz spectral efficiency)
About the Supplier
Siklu brought to the market affordable gigabit capacity for a variety of applications. We created the first mass-produced millimeter wave radio, the EtherHaul™-1200 which is still the most deployed mmWave connectivity solution in the world.
Our products operate in the virtually interference free 60 to 70 GHz / 80 GHz frequency bands. This large swath of available frequency stems from the fact that there is over 24 GHz of available spectrum in these bands coupled with extremely narrow beams yields almost unlimited spectrum.