Dragonwave AirPair Unite

    Dragonwave AirPair Unite
    Specifications

    Frequencies 11 GHz FCC/IC/ETSI
    13 GHz ETSI/AUS/NZ
    15 GHz IC/ETSI/AUS/NZ/MX
    18 GHz FCC/IC /ETSI/AUS/NZ
    23 GHz FCC/IC/ETSI/AUS/NZ
    24 GHz UL FCC/IC/ETSI
    24 GHz DEMS FCC/IC
    26 GHz ETSI
    28 GHz FCC
    38 GHz ETSI/FCC

    Mechanical
    Radio (without antenna) 12 cm x 19 cm (diameter); 3.2 kg
    4.7 in x 7.5 in (diameter); 7 lbs
    Modem (IDU) - Rack Mountable 4.3 cm x 25.4 cm x 42.5 cm; 5.6 Kg
    1.7 in x 10 in x 16.7 in; 12.3 lbs
    Antenna Wind Loading 110 kph (70 mph) Operational
    200 kph (125 mph) Survival
    Antenna Mount Adjustment +/- 45? Az; +/- 22? El

    Payloads
    Capacity Variable from 10 to 500 Mbps full duplex CIR (64 Byte Packet); 10 to 400 Mbps (1522 Byte Packet)
    provisionalbe between Ethernet and TDM interfaces
    Max Capacity
    (1522 Byte Packet) (14MHz) 50 Mbps
    (28 MHz-27.5 MHz) 150 Mbps
    (40 MHz) 170 Mbps
    (50/55/56 MHz) 200 Mbps
    Interface 1000/100/10 BaseT
    Latency 100 BT < 400μs, Typical < 200μs FastE
    Latency GigE < 200μs, Typical 120μs GigE
    Packet Size 64 to 1600 Bytes, up 9600 (GigE Mode)
    Flow Control Yes (GigE mode only)
    802.1p Yes ? 8 levels served by 4 queues
    802.1q Yes
    Modulation Shifting Current to Lowest ? 5 sec

    Power
    Input -36 VDC to -60 VDC
    Optional Adapter 110/240 VAC
    Consumption 70 Watts (per link end)
    90 Watts High Power (per end)

    Environmental
    ODU Operating Temperature
    Standard Power (18-26 GHz) -40?C to + 50?C (-40?F to +122? F)
    High Power + Standard Power
    (11,13,15 GHz) -40?C to + 45?C (-40?F to +113? F)
    Standard Power + Solar Shield -40?C to + 60?C (-40?F to +140? F)
    IDU Operating Temperature 0?C to + 50?C (0?F to +122? F)
    Humidity 100 % Condensing
    Altitude 4500 m (14,760 ft)

    Connections
    Power Dual 48V
    Payload (+ Inband NMS) RJ45 (1000/100 BaseT) or SFP with LC optical connector
    Craft Terminal RS 232
    IF Cable N-Type Connector
    NMS (when out-of-band) RJ45 (10 BaseT)

    Network Management (NMS)
    Alarm Management SNMP Traps, Enterprise MIB
    NMS Compatibility OpenView, or any SNMP based network manager
    Security 3 Level Authentication
    EMS Web Based Management System, SSL HTTP
    Statistics T1/E1 Stats and logging
    System Software upgrade though Craft Port

    E1/T1 Ports
    Receiver Range 0 to 36 dB loss
    Clock Mode Configurable as Loopback, internal, external, recovered
    Loopback Supports per channel local, analog, remote, digital, and dual loopback modes
    Encoding/Decoding B8ZS, AMI or HDB3
    Line Buildout 0-133 ft, 133-266 ft, 266-399 ft, 399-533 ft, 533-655 ft
    Latency < 3 mSec
    Buffer Size User Programmable (2-30 msec)
    Timing Performance ITU-T G.823 compliant stratum 3

    System Gain
    AirPair 50 Up to 98 dB
    AirPair 50 High Power Up to 108 dB
    AirPair 100 Up to 90 dB
    AirPair 100 High Power Up to 100 dB
    AirPair 200 Up to 82 dB
    AirPair 200 High Power Up to 92 dB


    Description

    Evolving legacy networks to WiMax or LTE? Simplify the transition. Easily migrate to native IP networks and still support legacy TDM services with DragonWave?s AirPair Unite product line.

    The Unite line of products offers service providers the best of both worlds by integrating the pseudowire functionality of SDU-DS3 with the native Ethernet performance of Dragon Wave?s world-class AirPair IDU ? all within a single 1RU platform.

    Unite delivers 8 E1 or T1 interfaces coupled with GigE Ethernet interfaces for the transport of mixed traffic over the same network. The bandwidth allocation between the TDM and Ethernet ports is seamless and automatic. The E1/T1 ports consume bandwidth only when in use, leaving the bandwidth available for Ethernet traffic.

    Using standards-compliant Pseudowire technology, DragonWave converts the TDM interfaces into Ethernet packets and combines this traffic with traffic from native Ethernet sources to create a single transport layer. This approach offers service providers the following benefits:

    ? significant cost savings derived from converging functions onto a single low-cost Ethernet switching platform and from eliminating duplication;
    ? a simplified converged, single network (rather than parallel networks) that is easier and less expensive to manage; and
    ? minimal churn costs since the core of the network is not affected by changing traffic routing or traffic types.

    DragonWave?s ability to deliver ultra-low latency and ultra-low latency variability for the backhaul layer is central to its support. DragonWave?s Unite product line is highly focused on delivering this performance from the design process on. As a result, service providers can achieve world class delay performance while still ensuring support for all service types and mixes.
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    Price

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