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Delivering data rates up to 14 Mbps at distances up to 35 miles (56 km), these cost-effective systems offer consistent throughput, interference mitigation capabilities, weather resistant operations and a compact, rugged design.
Operating in the 2.4, 5.2, 5.4 and 5.8 GHz frequencies, the systems are designed to provide reliable, line-of-sight connectivity for a variety of applications, including rural, remote or campus connectivity, temporary services, emergency communications, video surveillance, distance learning, telemedicine, banking and backbone operations for Metro WiFi networks.Download Brochures
Canopy AES products and DES products do not interoperate when enabled for encryption. For example, An AES AP with encryption enabled cannot communicate with DES SMs. Similarly, an AES Backhaul timing master module with encryption enabled cannot communicate with a DES Backhaul timing slave module.
Each AP controls SM bandwidth management. All SMs registered to an AP receive and use the same bandwidth management information that is set in their Access Point. The Canopy software uses token buckets to manage the bandwidth of each SM. Each SM employs two buckets: one for uplink and one for downlink throughput. These buckets are continuously being filled with tokens at a rate set by the Sustained Data Rate variable field in the AP.Download Brochures
In the case of the Canopy SM without reflector, the gain is 8 dBi (a factor of 6.3), so the peak power density equals the exposure limit at a distance of 13 cm for 2.4 GHz product and 10 cm for 5.2 and 5.7 GHz product. A power compliance margin of over 2 is artificially introduced by setting the distance to a consistent 20 cm across all modules, giving a power compliance margin of x2.4 for 2.4 GHz modules and x4 for 5.2 and 5.7 GHz modules.
In the case of the Canopy SM with reflector, the gain depends on frequency and ranges from 19 dBi (a factor of 80) for 2.4 GHz modules to 26 dBi (a factor of 400) for 5.2 GHz Extended Range and 5.7 GHz modules, so the peak power density equals the exposure limit at a distance of 10 to 80 cm. A power compliance margin is artificially introduced by defining a consistent compliance distance of 1.5 m across all modules with reflectors, giving a power compliance margin of x10 for 2.4 GHz modules, x220 for 5.2 GHz Extended Range modules, and x3.5 for 5.7 GHz modules. The compliance distance is greatly overestimated in this case because the far-field equation neglects the physical dimension of the antenna, which is modeled as a point-source.Download Brochures
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