Canopy PMP 400
Wireless Broadband Networks
Motorola’s experience and innovation drive successful enterprise,
service provider and government wireless broadband networks all over the
world. Our networking products are purpose-built for performance,
reliability and inter connectivity indoors and out.
High-speed wireless broadband connectivity is fast becoming the preferred communications system for enterprises, municipalities and service providers all over the world. Some users or subscribers, however, have remained out of reach literally because they are out of sight—due to lack of Line-of-Sight (LOS) link paths.
Now, with Canopy 400 Series Access Points (AP) and Subscriber Modules (SM), those out-of-sight users can become top-of-mind, offering increased opportunities for new productivity and new revenue streams. In addition, along with nLOS and NLOS wireless broadband access, the 400 Series also provides the Canopy system’s highest throughput for longer distances.
What are some of the biggest obstacles to reaching a great many
potential users or customers with wireless broadband access?
Obstacles that block or interfere with high-speed wireless signals...tall
buildings in dense urban environments, dense foliage in suburban and rural
environments or obstructions of any kind in environments of every kind.
This new series of Canopy Access Points and Subscriber Modules provide
Enterprises, Municipalities and Service Providers with a powerful,
cost-effective solution for reaching previously unreachable users and
High-Speed nLOS and NLOS Access.
The Canopy 400 Series uses Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technology to deliver exceptional nLOS/NLOS coverage in locations where foliage, tall buildings or other obstructions limit wireless broadband access.
These capabilities enable operators to deploy networks that can penetrate foliage and reach around buildings and other obstructions to serve previously unreachable users and customers. The results can be crucial maximized communications, increased productivity, important new revenue streams and strengthened bottom lines.
The Canopy 400 Series delivers throughput of up to 21 Mbps based on its underlying OFDM technology. This high-end throughput supports today’s most promising sources for increased productivity and improved revenue generation: popular new bandwidth intensive applications such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), video surveillance, high-speed Internet access, multiple voice connections, and many more.
Long Range Connectivity.
In addition, the Canopy 400 Series extends your network’s connectivity ranges to distances of five miles (eight kilometers) or more per AP cluster. This increased geographic coverage is powered in part by the 400 Series’ high gain antennas and rate adaptive modulation schemes.
Low Cost of Ownership.
Whether you are a new operator or an existing Canopy network provider, the Canopy 400 Series can provide one of the lowest costs of ownership in the industry.
For current Canopy users, the 400 Series’ cost-effectiveness is driven by its ability to co-locate with other Canopy equipment to provide either network extension or a network overlay.
For new operators, the system provides a globally proven all-outdoor solution, with reduced power consumption, fast, simple deployment, high reliability and low-cost ongoing operation.
The 400 Series is equipped with powerful GPS synchronization that significantly reduces self-interference, allowing for co-location applications with existing Canopy networks. Co-location capability enables the system to be deployed as a 5.4 GHZ frequency band overlay network.
The standard Canopy 400 configuration uses an integrated 60-degree antenna. In addition, the Canopy 400 Series is also available as a connectorized solution, allowing operators of overlay, expanded or greenfield networks to choose the antennas they prefer.The Canopy 400 Series AP and SM products operate in the 5.4 GHz spectrum. In many parts of the world, this newly available spectrum gives operators 255 MHz of usable frequency band that’s almost double the amount available in the 5.7 GHz band.The Canopy 400 Series offers a fast, cost-conscious way to enter this exciting and advantageous spectrum.
The Canopy® 400 Series from Motorola delivers Near Line-of-Sight (nLOS) and Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) connectivity, coupled with high throughput, increased range and exceptionally low cost of ownership.
Access Points are available in a wide range of frequencies from 900 MHz to 6 GHz. These modules are available with integrated antennas for ease of installation,
and some are available with connectorized versions to enable network
operators to configure their network to meet their specific
AP’s are also available with higher performance options
to provide higher throughput and NLOS connectivity. The Motorola Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) 400 Series offers additional benefits that are equally important, including:
Near Line of Sight (nLOS) AccessThe PMP 400 Series uses powerful OFDM
(Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) technology to deliver
exceptional LOS/nLOS coverage with solutions that are able reach around
buildings and other obstructions. Results include maximized
communications, increased productivity, new revenue streams and
strengthened bottom lines.
Range ConnectivityThe Motorola PMP 400 Series extends network
connectivity ranges to distances of five miles (eight kilometers) or
more per AP cluster, facilitated by higher gain antennas, rate adaptive
modulation schemes and longer cyclic prefixes.
Co-LocationWhether you’re a new operator or an existing network
provider, the Motorola PMP 400 Series provides one of the lowest costs
of ownership in the industry.
For current Motorola Wireless Broadband
users, the 400 Series’ cost-effectiveness is driven by its ability to
co-locate with other Motorola equipment to provide either network
extension or a network overlay.
For new operators, the system provides a
globally proven all-outdoor solution, with reduced power consumption,
fast, simple deployment, high reliability and low-cost ongoing
operation.Common Canopy Environment.
The 400 Series can lower the cost of ownership for existing Canopy network operators because the 400 Series APs and SMs use the same Release 8.x application software.
They also use the same power supplies, brackets, surge suppressors, and Cluster Management Module (CMM) as other Canopy components reducing training, support and inventory costs.
For simplified network management, 400 Series products are also compatible with the Prizm Element Management System.Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS).
Because the 5.4 GHz frequency band is shared with certain government radar systems, networks operating in the band must have DFS capabilities for resolution of conflicts.
Canopy 400 Series APs and SMs meet ETSI DFS Standard for Europe and Brazil, and theFCC Standard for the United States and IC Standard for Canada.
|Performance Characteristics|| || |
|Radio frequencies||4.9, 5.4GHz|| |
|Throughput - single unit||20Mbps|| |
| - typical four sector tower|| |
|Latency - one way||< 3.5 ms|| |
| - round trip||7 ms|| |
|System gain - 4.9GHz||141dB|| |
| - 5.4GHz||133dB|| |
|Channel width||10 MHz|
|Security||56-bit DES 128 bit AES FIPS 197 Certified|| |
|Subscribers per access points||200|| |
|AP Coverage area size||90°|| |