RAD Unveils Wireless Multiplexer

RAD unveils carrier-class wireless multiplexer for E1/T1 and Ethernet networks

November 1, 2004

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TEL AVIV -- At Telecom Israel, which will be held in Tel Aviv from November 8-11, RAD Data Communications will launch the AirMux-200, a high capacity, carrier-class multiplexer that provides point-to-point connectivity of E1/T1 and Ethernet networks over a wireless link.

"Available at the most competitive price the industry has to offer, the AirMux-200 is positioned to quickly become the leading broadband wireless multiplexer on the market," states Ramon Horkany, AirMux Product Line Manager at RAD Data Communications.

"The AirMux is a perfect, affordable solution for connecting remote enterprise locations, cellular backhaul, broadband Last Mile services and hotspot backhauling," Horkany continues. "Wireless transmission enables enterprises to save the cost of leased lines while eliminating the service provider's need for deploying fiber," he notes. "This enables the rapid deployment of E1/T1 and Ethernet links at a fraction of the cost."

The AirMux-200 integrates up to two unframed T1 or E1 ports and an Ethernet port for a total air interface throughput of 48 Mbps. This is equivalent to a net payload throughput of up to 18 Mbps full duplex. The product's maximum range is 80 km (50 miles), while throughput is a function of the distance.

RAD Data Communications Ltd.

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