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Brochure for Alvarion’s BreezeACCESS 4900

Posted on 06 August 2009 by Quantum Wimax

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Alvarion’s BreezeACCESS 4900

Posted on 06 August 2009 by Quantum Wimax

breezeaccess-4900Alvarion’s BreezeACCESS 4900 is a solution that is integratable with Alvarion’s fixed and mobile solutions.

The solution’s security and reliability make it the perfect option for public safety, medical emergency and government security and surveillance. Its special features include point-to-multipoint access, point-to-point connectivity and point-to-multipoint backhauling.

The BreezeACCESS 4900 is good for any terrain, environment and climate, thus making it well-suited for voice, video and data applications in combining FIPS. Other features include 5 and 10MHz channel options for flexible network planning for interference avoidance and increased network capacity, OFDM technology and automatic transmit power control (ATPC). This product also complies with the FCC high power mask requirements of 4.9 GHz.

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Alvarion’s 4Motion Open WiMAX Solution

Posted on 29 July 2009 by Quantum Wimax

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Alvarion’s 4Motion Open WiMAX Solution is an end-to-end mobile WiMAX solution that allows subscribers to access broadband on the go anywhere anytime. The solution can be used for business and personal situations in rural, suburban or urban areas where infrastructure resources are scarce.

The 4Motion features industry-leading core network WiMAX technologies such as the SentieM technologies that improve coverage, capacity and QoS by utilizing advanced antenna technologies, radio resource management, radio network architecture and media technologies.

Components of the 4Motion Solution include the WiMAX radio access network (RAN), the WiMAX Core Networking, the end user equipment and applications. These components work symbiotically to support the solution while providing the best mobile coverage for end-users.

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