Curious about Cambium's new ePMP 1000 2.4 GHz GPS Sync Access Point? Wonder what kind of network it's designed for? What about the types of configurations that are possible? Read on to find out answers to the top questions about this new, exciting product.
Q: What type of network environment was the ePMP 1000 2.4 GHZ GPS Sync AP designed for?
A: Utilizing GPS sync, the ePMP is an ideal fit for networks that require capacity and reliability for superior QoS in remote and underserved areas.
Q: What configurations are possible with the ePMP 1000 2.4 GHZ GPS Sync AP?
A: This integrated PTP and PMP solution features an efficient GPS synchronized operational mode that permits highly scalable frequency reuse. When deployed with a sector antenna, the radio can be configured as a GPS Synchronized Access Point serving ePMP Integrated Radios configured as Subscriber Modules. When deployed with a high gain point to point antenna, the ePMP GPS Sync Radio can be configured to be a GPS Synchronized Backhaul Master, forming a PTP link with another ePMP Radio module. Also available as AP lite connecting up to 10 subscriber modules with expansion to 120 subscriber modules through license key purchase.
Q: What kind of throughput is possible with the ePMP 1000 2.4 GHZ GPS Sync AP?
A: The Cambium ePMP 1000, 2.4 GHz Connectorized Radio with GPS Sync provides more than 200 Mbps of real user throughput. Using 2x2 MIMO-OFDM technologies, ePMP deployments achieve industry leading data rates.
Q: Is there a promotional offer currently for the ePMP 1000 2.4 GHZ GPS Sync AP?
A: In case you hadn't heard, Cambium just kicked off a special promotion for this ePMP 2.4 GHZ GPS Sync AP radio on Feb. 1st! This offer is valid through June 6th, 2016!