The LigoPTP 620S is split architecture, 7-26 GHz product platform designed to provide high capacity transmission, flexibility, and convenience for wireless communication networks. The PTP 620S digital point-to-point radios represent a new microwave radio product line that is designed to address universal applications for both Ethernet and TDM platforms. This advanced technology platform is designed to provide a flexible, cost-effective platform for customers now and into the future.
The PTP 620S equipment is based upon a common platform to support a wide range of network interfaces and configurations, with capacities up to 2 E1 / T1 (optional) and Gigabit Ethernet Full Duplex capacity up to 310 Mbps (620 Mbps aggregate). The radio family is spectrum and data rate scalable, enabling service providers or organizations to employ appropriate system gain with spectral efficiency and channel availability for optimal network connectivity. The PTP 620S series digital radios enable network operators (mobile and private), government and access service providers to offer a portfolio of secure and scalable wireless applications for data, video, and voice services.
The PTP 620S digital radio family is composed of a LigoWave Software Controlled Smart IDU and an Outdoor Unit (ODU). The IDU is designed to be frequency independent, and the ODU is designed to be capacity independent. The PTP 620S IDU allows selection for multiple capacity options, modulation types, radio frequency channels and transmit output power levels to accommodate and adhere to world-wide regulatory and spectral efficiency requirements. The IDU supports 1 Gigabit Ethernet port for customer traffic as well as an additional Fast Ethernet port for management traffic. The IDU also supports an optional module for adding 2 E1 or 2 T1 ports to the unit for quick and easy provisioning of TDM traffic over the link.
The PTP 620S Digital Radio includes integrated Operations, Administration, Maintenance, and Provisioning (OAM&P) functionality and design features enabling simple commissioning when the radio network is initially set up in the field or at the customer’s premises.