ExcelFlex 6-38 GHz
The ExcelFlex™ is a full featured microwave radio for the global telecommunications market. It consists of a Software Defined Indoor Unit™ (SDIDU™) and Outdoor Unit (ODU). The ExcelFlex radios include a state-ofthe-art single chip modem ASIC, allowing a highly integrated IDU with flexible modulation for spectral efficiency and powerful Forward-Error-Correcting schemes. The ExcelFlex is designed to support flexible payload types and data rates, as well as payload switching, in 1+0 unprotected, 2+0 east/west, 1+1 protected, and 4+0 configurations.
Advanced capabilities: The Software Defined IDU includes an integrated Crosspoint Switch that allows a total of 160 E1s (200 T1s) to be mapped from and to any of three different ports: East Modem (maximum 64E1/84T1), West Modem (maximum 64E1/84T1), and Local Front Panel (maximum 32E1/32T1). The Crosspoint Switch gives systems integrators and network designers flexibility in designing ring and linear point-to-point-to-point architecture networks.
Reasons to Buy ExcelFlex 6-38 GHz
The ExcelFlex offers volume capacity and proven performance for applications worldwide. It represents a new generation of PDH-SDH radio-relay transmission equipment. The ExcelFlex was designed to simplify product logistics and overall product life cycle costs. The field upgradeable architecture reduces capital and operating expenditures for field installation, maintenance, training, and spares while maximizing product reliability. It is ideally suited for long distance, low and medium capacity communication solutions.
The ExcelFlex Consecutive Point Architecture supports a ring/consecutive point configuration. This creates a self-healing redundancy that is more reliable than traditional point-to-point networks.
It also automatically adjusts transmit power in discrete increments in response to RF interference, simplifying deployment, network management, and enabling dense deployment.
- Compact, Splint Mount Architecture (1+0, 1+1, 2+0, 4+0)
- Scalable and Spectrally Efficient
- Flexible and Integrated Management
- Aggregrate Rate to 1.4Gbps in 4+0 Mbps
- Adaptive Power, Adaptive Modulation, XPIC
- Hot Standby Option
- Network Option Cards for Easy Upgrade and Expansion
- Easily Deployed and Activated
- Ring Architecture Minimizes Interruptions
- Minimizes CAPEX
- PAYLOAD: 1-64/84 x E1/T1 + Scalable Ethernet 1-1400 Mbps Scalable Ethernet + n x E1/T1 Wayside Options: E3, GiGE, STM-1
- FEC: Trellis Coded Modulation concatenated with Reed-Solomon Coding
- Equalizer: Blind adaptive equalizer, DFM > 50 dB
- Intermediate Frequency: 350 MHz Transmit / 140 MHz Receive
- IF (IDU to ODU) Cable: RG-8 or LMR-400 = 256 meters
- IF Cable Connector: N-Type Female (ODU)/TNC Female (IDU)
- Antenna Connector: Circular/Rectangular waveguide or N-Type (depending on band)
- Polarization: V or H, dependent on frequency plan
- Antennal Mounting: Direct mount adapter
- Protected Network System:
- TX Switching < 50msec
- RX Switching Hitless
- RX Power Splitter Equal or Unequal Loss: 1 & 6 dB
PAYLOAD INTERFACE PARAMETERS
- 1-64/84 x E1/T1 Full duplex 2048 kbps (E1) / 1544 kbps (T1)
- Scalable Ethernet: Scalable up to 1.4 Gbps
- E3/GiGE/STM-1: Full duplex 44.736 Mbps (DS3) / 34.368 Mbps (E3) / 51.84 Mbps
- STM-1, E3 BNC or Fibre
- GiGE RJ-45 or SFP
- 14 x E1/T1 Molex DB60F
- 2 x E1/T1 RJ-48C
- Scalable Ethernet RJ-45
- Frequency: 300-3400Hz
- I/O Impedance: 600 ohm
- Interface: 6 wire, PTT handset
- Connector: RJ-45
- Rate: 64 kbps
- Format: RS232/RS422
- Connector: RJ-45
- Temperature: IDU: -5°C to +55°C (outdoor unit) ODU: -33°C to +55°C (indoor unit)
- Relative Humidity: IDU: 0 to 95% non-condensing (outdoor) ODU: 100% all-weather
- Altitude: IDU/ODU: 4500m
- Size: IDU: 445Wx238.5x44.5 mm (1RU) ODU: 26.7 O.D. x 8.9H cm
- Weight: IDU: 3.4 kg ODU: 4.6 kg
- Input Voltage: -72 to -36 VDC
- Power Consumption: Nonprotected IDU: 30W, ODU: 40W Protected IDU: 45W, ODU: 80W
- Support: SNMP, Fully featured MIB, Web-based GUI, Embedded HTML server, CLI
- Interface: 10/100Base-TX
- Connector: RJ-45
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