RADWIN, a provider of wireless broadband solutions, has announced the release of its WinLink 1000 5.8 GHz High-Power solution which complies with the latest ETSI regulation [EN 302 502 V1.1.1] allowing 4 watt maximum radiated power (EIRP). WinLink 1000 5.8 GHz High-Power incorporates a Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) mechanism as defined by the new ETSI standard. RADWIN says it has already received orders by a number of major operators for this solution.
The latest addition to RADWIN's portfolio, WinLink 1000 5.8 GHz High-Power provides carrier-class Ethernet and E1 connectivity with longer range and higher capacity than previously available in unlicensed bands.Geared for service providers and ISPs, WinLink 1000 5.8 GHz is said to be ideal for a broad range of telecom applications including access in rural areas, cellular and WiMAX backhaul and private network connectivity.
Eli Turgeman, RADWIN's Vice President of Product Management, said: "RADWIN is committed to European service providers and ISPs, and strives to be first-to-market with solutions that comply with the latest market standards and regulations. In WinLink 1000 5.8 GHz High-Power we have
designed a solution that meets European service providers' need for greater output power, allowing them to achieve higher operational range and greater capacity than ever before possible."