A Wireless Broadband Solution Facilitating Extended Connectivity
The latest PMP 450, the fixed wireless broadband solution facilitates service providers to expand connectivity using the novel dynamic spectrum sharing system.
FREMONT, CA: Cambium Networks, a global supplier of wireless networking solutions, announced the availability of its PMP 450 Platform in the CBRS (Citizens Band Radio Service) spectrum. Specializing in offering an end-to-end wireless fabric of reliable, secure, scalable, cloud-managed platforms that act upon challenging conditions, Cambium Networks empowers enterprises, service providers, government and industrial network operators to build smart edge connectivity.
The enterprise is featured among CIO Review’s ’20 Most Promising Wireless Technology Solution Providers – 2018’. The latest PMP 450, the fixed wireless broadband solution facilitates service providers to expand connectivity using the novel dynamic spectrum sharing system. The platform is a purpose-made fixed point-to-multipoint broadband tech approved for use in the CBRS band and so the only substitute for installing complex LTE technology. CBRS capability expands the business’s wireless fabric range of connectivity solutions for service contributors; as well as utility, industrial, and local government’s private network operators.
Key accomplishments of the PMP 450 platform contain:
FCC Part 96 Compliance of Connected Base: Network engineers presently using Cambium Networks’ 3 GHz PMP 450 signify one of the chief installed bases of FCC Part 90 compliant equipment, but are currently restricted to the use of the 50 MHz of the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 3 GHz Part 90 field. The sum of the 3GHz PMP 450 equipment set has been certified by the FCC to congregate the FCC’s Part 96 standards, as required by CBRS.
Revenue recognition and Rapid Deployment: Upon the release of CBRS by the FCC, network operators can instantly use the full 150 MHz of CBRS band with their existing PMP 450 installed connection following an automated software upgrade, managed by the company’s cnMaestro management platform.
Proven technology: The enterprise is chiefly satisfied with the ability of its PMP 450m implementing field-proven cnMedusa Massive MU-MIMO tech consisting of adaptive beamforming capabilities that have now been extended to distribute high spectral competence and bandwidth using the CBRS common access spectrum.
PMP 450 is also available for ordering via Cambium Networks resellers and is certified to the FCC’s CBRS Part 96 rules supplementing the existing Part 90 rules in place.
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