Point-to-Multi Point Radios

69 Point-to-Multi Point Radios from 11 Manufacturers meet your specification.

Point-to-Multi Point Backhaul Radios from the leading manufacturers are listed here. Narrow down on Point-to-Multi Point radios based on your requirements. View product details, download datasheets and get quotes on products that meet your specification.

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Description:Terragraph Certified Point-to-Multipoint Backhaul Radio from 57 to 66 GHz
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point, Point-to-Point
Frequency:
57 to 66 GHz
Data Rate:
4600 Mbps
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Description:Multi Carrier Packet Microwave Solution from 6 to 42 GHz
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
6 to 42 GHz
Data Rate:
10 Mbps to 8 Gbps
Modulation:
QPSK, 4096QAM
MIMO:
4 x 4
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Description:5 GHz Point-to-MultiPoint Beamforming Base Station Up to 750 Mbps
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
4.9 to 5.9 GHz
Data Rate:
Up to 750 Mbps
Modulation:
OFDM (BPSK/QPSK/16QAM/64QAM/256QAM)
MIMO:
2 x 2
Link Distance:
Up to 40 km / 25 miles
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Description:26 / 29 / 31 GHz Point-to-Multipoint Microwave Backhaul Radio
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
26 / 29 / 31 GHz
Data Rate:
Up to 620 Mbps Per Link / Up to 1.6 Gbps Per Secto...
Link Distance:
Up to 5.5 miles
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Description:4.9 to 6.4 GHz Backhaul Solution with 700 Mbps Throughput
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
4.9 to 6.4 GHz
Data Rate:
Up to 700 Mbps
MIMO:
2 x 2
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Description:Terragraph Based Wireless Backhaul Node from 57 to 66 GHz
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point, Point-to-Point
Frequency:
56 to 66 GHz
Data Rate:
4600 Mbps
Link Distance:
300 m
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Description:2.6 Gbps Full-Duplex Outdoor Radio from 70 to 80 GHz
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
71 to 86 GHz
Data Rate:
Up to 4 Gbps
Modulation:
QPSK, 16QAM, 32QAM, 64QAM
Antenna Type:
Flat Panel Integrated Antenna
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Description:Up to 100 Mbps Microwave Backhaul operates from 5.150 to 5.925 GHz
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point
Frequency:
5.150 to 5.925 GHz
Data Rate:
6.5 to 300 Mbps, (Up to 100 Mbps -Throughput)
Modulation:
OFDM, BPSK, QPSK, QAM16, QAM64
Antenna Type:
Panel Antenna
MIMO:
2 x 2
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Description:5 GHz Backhaul Radio with Twist-On Antennas for Variable Gain
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point, Point-to-Point
Frequency:
4.9 to 6.4 GHz
Data Rate:
500/700 Mbps
Antenna Type:
Dish Antenna, Horn Antenna
MIMO:
2 x 2
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Description:Pocket-Sized 60 GHz Point to Multi-Point Radio
Type:
Point-to-Multi-Point, Point-to-Point
Frequency:
57 to 64 GHz
Data Rate:
2.3 Gbps
Link Distance:
260 to 300 m
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What are Point-to-Multi Point Microwave Backhaul Radios?

Point-to-Multi Point Microwave Backhaul Radios are radios that provide wireless connectivity between base stations and other wireless infrastructure equipment. In this case, one radio transmits to multiple radios. Point-to-multipoint backhaul radios significantly reduce the cost of expansion of cellular networks compared to using cables and fiber. They use microwaves in the frequency range from 2.4 to over 70 GHz and provide high speed communication links for the core network. Backhaul radios allow wireless connectivity over several kilometres. These links are usually high data rate LOS (Line of Sight) links that are the backbone of cellular networks.

A point-to-multipoint backhaul radio can communicate with several symmetrical nodes in a one-to-many network configuration. The central point-to-multipoint backhaul radio is called a 'hub’ and is connected to a number of remote ‘terminals’. Terminals may be point-to-point or other point-to-multipoint radios. 

Important parameters for a Point-to-Multipoint Backhaul Radio:

  • Operating Frequency: Backhaul radios use microwaves in the range of 2.4 GHz to over 70 GHz. Operation at higher bandwidths offers higher bandwidths.
  • Number of terminals: This is the maximum number of access points for which the backhaul radio can maintain a wireless connection.
  • Data Rate: It is the maximum speed at which the backhaul radio can transmit signals.
  • Range: This is the maximum distance up to which a backhaul radio module can transmit wireless signals.
  • Transmit Power: This is the amount of power of RF energy that the radio’s transmitter produces at its output. Higher transmit power would result in stronger wireless signals that can travel over longer distances.
  • Receiver Sensitivity: Receiver sensitivity is the measure of the minimum signal strength the backhaul can detect.

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