|Product Series||Throughput||Data Rate||Frequency||TX Power||MIMO|
|246 Mbps||300 Mbps||4.9 - 5.9 GHz||Up to 25.8 dBm
|100 Mbps||300 Mbps||5.1 – 5.9 GHz||Up to 26 dBm
|100 Mbps||300 Mbps||5.9 – 6.4 GHz||Up to 25 dBm
|730 Mbps||790 Mbps||6 GHz, 11 GHz, 18 GHz, 23 GHz||Up to 30 dBm||NA|
|29 Mbps||54 Mbps||2.4 GHz - 5 GHz||NA||NA|
The Tsunami Point to Point radio ensure reliable connection by leveraging on WORP® QoS for reliability and MIMO technology to ensure seamless connection in non line of sight conditions in addition to this, the Tsunami operates over various frequency and provides many features such as dynamic channel selection to essentially mitigate interference and backhaul even in RF hostile conditions.
High Capacity with Blazing Speed
The Tsunami 8200 high power Point to Point radios are fortified with the 802.11n MIMO technology radios that enables it communicate with data rate of 300 Mbps plus even in severe non line of sight conditions. In addition to this are GX 800 series microwave products backhaul upto 622 Mbps real world throughput.
With “hop- in- a-box” wireless radios and easy to use installation tools (audio alignment tools, site survey tools, automatic channel selection etc) Proxim solutions dramatically reduce the guesswork associated with initial deployments and allow quick installations with minimal effort.
Ultra Secure with AES
The Tsunami Point to Point product range leverages the 802.1X authentication protocol for ensuring that the right pair of nodes link up and post that cutting edge AES encryption technology is used secure point to point communications.
Easy Network Management
The ProximVision Network Management System comprises a wide variety of management tools ranging from pre-scheduling tasks to fault management and alerts, Proxim network management tools give you a complete 360o network wide view of your backhaul wireless network with Maps and color link status.
With every Tsunami wireless solution, comes a plethora of monitoring tools. Ranging from detailed station statistics to device temperature logs, Proxim provides a very comprehensive set of monitoring tools to ensure that network administrators spend lesser time and effort in monitoring and more time on other core network activities.
Versatile and Flexible
Tsunami Point to Point radios not just operate in virtually all (licensed and unlicensed) bands but also provide unparalleled flexibility such as custom channel configuration, data stream selection and asymmetric bandwidth control. Additionally the GX-800 operates from 6-23GHz frequency bands.
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