Why Choose E-Band
5 Reasons To Choose The E-Link 1000EXR Over Competing 70/80 GHz Gigabit Wireless Solutions
E-Band Wireless Technology
The significance of the e-band frequencies cannot be overstated. The 10 GHz of spectrum available represents by far the most ever allocated by the FCC at any one time, representing 50-times the bandwidth of the entire cellular spectrum. With 5 GHz of bandwidth available per channel, gigabit and greater data rates can easily be accommodated with reasonably simple radio architectures. With propagation characteristics comparable to those at the widely used microwave bands, and well characterized weather characteristics allowing rain fade to be understood, link distances of several miles can confidently be realized.
E-Band Licensing and License Fee Considerations
How the USA, UK, Australia, UAE and other countries are encouraging e-band adoption to enhance their national broadband infrastructures
The Benefits of E-Band Systems Over Other Wireless Technologies
There are several technologies competing to provide wireless broadband connectivity and bridge the last mile gap. This paper explores how e-band wireless systems compete effectively against these alternatives, and brings significant advantages to wireless system providers and network designers.
The Benefits of "Light Licensing" for E-Band Wireless Systems
The 71-76 and 81-86 GHz bands (widely known as "e-band") are permitted worldwide for ultra high capacity point-to-point communications. Wireless regulators in the USA, UK and many other countries have introduced "light licensing" schemes for managing this band. These innovative licenses retain the benefits of full interference protection that a wireless license guarantees, but can be applied for in minutes and at costs of a few tens of dollars per year. This is significantly faster and cheaper than traditional licensing, making e-band an attractive alternative to existing licensed wireless technologies.
List of Regulatory Links
This paper is a collection of links to various countries regulatory sites for the e-band frequencies.
Is Adaptive Rate Really Needed?
Why E-Band Communications does not use "Adaptive Rate" technology.
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