Using the 5 GHz frequency spectrum, the new ePMP architecture is the most effective connectivity solution for reaching the under- and unconnected around the world.
innovative GPS Sync technology enables unparalleled spectrum efficiency. This allows for the configuration of more subscribers in your network while preserving consistency and quality of service in spectrum-constrained environments. GPS Sync leads directly to CAPEX and OPEX reductions, resulting in lower installation costs and maintenance, allowing your business to concentrate on growth and profitability.
Quality of Service (QoS) allows you to confidently offer triple play services – VoIP (Voice over IP), video and data. Providing your customers with excellent service quality ensures their continued loyalty and transforms them into advocates, helping WISPs and enterprises expand their business.
Cambium networks’ proven reliability has created an unsurpassed connectivity standard in many industries that depend on fixed wireless broadband. Our products undergo rigorous testing and are made from high-quality components.
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Wireless Service Providers (WISPs)
ePMP 1000 Integrated Radio
Cambium Networks’ ePMP 1000 Integrated Radio provides more than 150 Mbps of real user throughput. Using 2×2 MIMO-OFDM Technologies, ePMP deployments achieve industry leading data rates.
Utilizing GPS sync, the ePMP is an ideal fit for networks that require capacity and reliability for superior QoS in remote and underserved areas. This integrated PTP and PMP solution features an efficient GPS
synchronized operational mode that permits highly scalable frequency reuse.
The ePMP 1000 Integrated Radio can be configured as a Subscriber Module, an unsynchronized Access Point or a Backhaul radio. This radio will function as a client (slave) to an ePMP GPS Synchronized Radio in either a PMP or PTP deployment forming a GPS Synchronized
|ePMP 1000 Integrated Radio|
|MODEL NUMBER||C058900C132A (US/FCC ), C050900C033A (EU), C050900C031A (Other)|
|CHANNEL SPACING||Configurable on 5 MHz increments|
|FREQUENCY RANGE||5150 – 5350 MHz, 5470 - 5875 MHz|
|CHANNEL WIDTH||20 MHz or 40 MHz|
|MAC (MEDIA ACCESS CONTROL) LAYER||Cambium Proprietary|
|PHYSICAL LAYER||2x2 MIMO/OFDM|
|ETHERNET INTERFACE||100BaseT, Cambium PoE (V+ = pins 7 & 8, Return = pins 4 & 5)|
|PROTOCOLS USED||IPv4, UDP, TCP, IP, ICMP, SSH, SNMPv2c, HTTPs, FTP|
|NETWORK MANAGEMENT||HTTPs, SSH, FTP, SNMPv2c|
|VLAN||802.1Q with 802.1p priority|
|NOMINAL RECEIVE SENSITIVITY (W/ FEC) @ 20MHZ CHANNEL||MCS1 = -89 dBm to MCS15 = -66 dBm (per branch)|
|NOMINAL RECEIVE SENSITIVITY (W/ FEC) @ 40MHZ CHANNEL||MCS1 = -86 dBm to MCS15 = -63 dBm (per branch)|
|MAXIMUM DEPLOYMENT RANGE @ 20 MHz CHANNEL||Up to 13 miles|
|MODULATION LEVELS (ADAPTIVE)||MCS1 (QPSK 1/2) to MCS15 (64QAM 5/6)|
|LATENCY (nominal, roundtrip)||17 ms|
|QUALITY OF SERVICE||Three level priority (Voice, High, Low) with packet classification by DSCP, COS, VLANID, IP & MAC Addr, Broadcast, Multicast and Station Priority|
|ANTENNA BEAM WIDTH||24° azimuth, 12° elevation|
|TRANSMIT POWER RANGE||-20 to +23 dBm (combined, to regional EIRP limit) (1 dB interval)|
|ANTENNA GAIN||13 dBi, integrated patch|
|MAXIMUM TRANSMIT POWER||23 dBm combined (5.8 GHz Band)|
|ANTENNA CONNECTION||Integrated patch antenna|
|SURGE SUPPRESSION||1 Joule Integrated|
|TEMPERATURE||-30°C to +55°C (-22°F to +131°F)|
|WEIGHT||0.49 kg (1.1 lb.)|
|WIND SURVIVAL||145 km/hour (90 mi/hour) with antenna|
|DIMENSIONS (H x W x D)||29.1 x 14.5 x 8.3 cm (11.4 x 5.7 x 3.3 in)|
|POWER CONSUMPTION||7 W Maximum, 5 W Typical|
|INPUT VOLTAGE||24 to 30 V|
|ENCRYPTION||128-bit AES (CCMP mode)|
|INDUSTRY CANADA CERT||109W-0006|
|CE||EN 302 502 v1.2.1
EN 301 893 v1.7.1