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  • 1. Transforming Backhaul Networks to All-IPHigh Speed Packet TransportA combination of advanced features enables link speeds up to 2 Gbit/s froma single compact unit.Highest Nodal Packet CapacityNew Packet Plane accelerates nodal networking with 5 Gbit/s of packet-handlingcapacity.Enhancing Frequency EfficiencyAdaptive Coding and Modulation, XPIC, and optimized packet transmission drivesmore throughput than ever before while also preserving valuable frequency resources.Advanced IP IntelligenceLatest generation embedded Layer 2 Ethernet switch provides sophisticatedQoS controls and traffic monitoringNative Mixed Mode OperationComprehensive hybrid support for Native Mixed Mode TDM+IP transportenables smooth network migrationKey Convergence FeaturesIncluding network optimization, intelligent Pseudo wires and integrationsynchronization transport.Improved System PerformanceThe very latest in modem technology provides up to an additional 6dB ofsystem gain, compared to the standard Eclipse platform.Manage Explosive Network GrowthEclipse Packet Node is the industry-leading wirelessbackhaul solution for 4G network evolution. EclipsePacket Node delivers a unique combination of scalablehigh capacity packet transport, intelligent IP networkingand key convergence features.Full-on 4G Backhaul EvolutionEclipse02
  • 2. System ParametersEclipse Packet Node supports the broadest range of frequency, capacity and modulation options of any other platform on the market, togive network operators the maximum choice of solutions to fit their unique network needs.With full compliance ETSI and ITU standards, while also being the first wireless transmission platform to meet both MEF 9 and 14standards for Carrier Ethernet transport, Eclipse Packet Node is designed for superior operation anywhere in the world, in even the mostextreme of environmental conditions.Eclipse Packet Node is built on the Eclipse Nodal Wireless platform, which has been providing advanced wireless backhaul sinceits introduction in 2004. Eclipse has now been deployed in over 150 mobile backhaul networks worldwide, with proven superiorperformance and reliability.GeneralOperating Frequency Range 5 to 38 GHzThroughput/Capacity Range Options Native Carrier Ethernet/IP 9 - 540 Mbit/sNative TDM 1 - 100x E1Modulation Options Fixed or Adaptive QPSK, 16, 64, 128, 256 QAMError Correction Fixed or Adaptive FEC, Reed Solomon DecodingAdaptive Equalisation 24 tap T/2 equalizerStandards ComplianceEMC Indoor Equipment EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-4 (EN 55022 Class A)Operation Outdoor Equipment ETS 300 019, Class 4.1Operation Indoor Equipment ETS 300 019, Class 3.2Safety IEC 60950-1/EN 60950-1Radio Frequency EN 302 217-2-2EnvironmentalOperating Temperature Indoor Equipment Guaranteed -5° to +45° C (23° to +113° F)Extended [1]-5° to +55° C (23° to +131° F)Outdoor Equipment Guaranteed -33° to +55° C (-27° to +131° F)Extended [1]-50° to +65° C (-58° to +149° F)Fault and Configuration ManagementProtocol SNMP v2Local/remote Configuration Tool Eclipse PortalElement Management Harris Stratex Networks ProVisionNetwork Management Harris Stratex Networks NetBossDispersive Fade Margin (DFM) Capacity Channel Modulation DFM (dB)9-11 Mbit/s 7 MHz QPSK 7518-23 Mbit/s 14 MHz QPSK 7238-46 Mbit/s 28 MHz QPSK 6775-92 Mbit/s 56 MHz QPSK 5218-23 Mbit/s 7 MHz 16 QAM 7538-46 Mbit/s 14 MHz 16 QAM 6975-91 Mbit/s 28 MHz 16 QAM 55148-185 Mbit/s 56 MHz 16 QAM 4830-35 Mbit/s 7 MHz 64 QAM 6760-69 Mbit/s 14 MHz 64 QAM 64124-141 Mbit/s 28 MHz 64 QAM 50246-290 Mbit/s 56 MHz 64 QAM 4443-47 Mbit/s 7 MHz 256 QAM 6584-93 Mbit/s 14 MHz 256 QAM 55173-190 Mbit/s 28 MHz 256 QAM 46345-382 Mbit/s 56 MHz 256 QAM 39All specifications are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice.[1] Over full Extended Operating Temperature Eclipse may be subject to reduced performance. Contact Harris Stratex Networks for more details.Eclipse Packet Node ETSI Datasheet03
  • 3. Data ThroughputEclipse Packet Node supports high speed transport of native packet (Ethernet/IP) data, with hybrid support for TDM nativemixed mode data. The following table details the available data throughputs that are supported by RF channel size and modulationstep, both for packet and TDM data.Throughput figures are shown for raw airlink capacity, and Layer 1 (L1) and Layer 2 (L2) data throughput. L1 throughput is theEthernet port speed (port utilization), while L2 throughput is a measure of Ethernet frame throughput, excluding the preamble andIFG (usually determined using RFC 2544 testing).Eclipse Packet Node employs Ethernet frame pre-suppression and compression to enable throughput performance that canexceed the actual raw airlink capacity by nearly 50% for small Ethernet frame sizes.Eclipse Packet Node also enables users to configure the radio link to support either maximum throughput, or maximum systemperformance (refer to pages 6 and 7 for further details).Airlink CapacityL1 Throughput L2 ThroughputMax E1s[1]7 MHz Channel Min Max Min MaxMaximum System Gain QPSK 9 Mbit/s 9 Mbit/s 13 Mbit/s 9 Mbit/s 10 Mbit/s 416 QAM 18 Mbit/s 18 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 18 Mbit/s 20 Mbit/s 964 QAM 30 Mbit/s 30 Mbit/s 42 Mbit/s 29 Mbit/s 32 Mbit/s 15256 QAM 43 Mbit/s 43 Mbit/s 61 Mbit/s 42 Mbit/s 46 Mbit/s 21Maximum Throughput QPSK 11 Mbit/s 11 Mbit/s 16 Mbit/s 11 Mbit/s 12 Mbit/s 616 QAM 23 Mbit/s 23 Mbit/s 32 Mbit/s 23 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 1164 QAM 35 Mbit/s 35 Mbit/s 50 Mbit/s 34 Mbit/s 38 Mbit/s 17256 QAM 47 Mbit/s 47 Mbit/s 67 Mbit/s 46 Mbit/s 51 Mbit/s 2313.75/14 MHz ChannelMaximum System Gain QPSK 18 Mbit/s 18 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 18 Mbit/s 20 Mbit/s 916 QAM 38 Mbit/s 38 Mbit/s 54 Mbit/s 37 Mbit/s 41 Mbit/s 1964 QAM 60 Mbit/s 60 Mbit/s 85 Mbit/s 59 Mbit/s 65 Mbit/s 29256 QAM 84 Mbit/s 83 Mbit/s 119 Mbit/s 82 Mbit/s 91 Mbit/s 41Maximum Throughput QPSK 23 Mbit/s 23 Mbit/s 32 Mbit/s 23 Mbit/s 25 Mbit/s 1116 QAM 46 Mbit/s 46 Mbit/s 66 Mbit/s 45 Mbit/s 50 Mbit/s 2364 QAM 69 Mbit/s 69 Mbit/s 98 Mbit/s 68 Mbit/s 74 Mbit/s 34256 QAM 93 Mbit/s 93 Mbit/s 131 Mbit/s 91 Mbit/s 100 Mbit/s 4627.5/28 MHz ChannelMaximum System Gain QPSK 38 Mbit/s 38 Mbit/s 54 Mbit/s 37 Mbit/s 41 Mbit/s 1816 QAM 75 Mbit/s 74 Mbit/s 106 Mbit/s 74 Mbit/s 81 Mbit/s 3764 QAM 124 Mbit/s 122 Mbit/s 175 Mbit/s 121 Mbit/s 133 Mbit/s 61256 QAM 173 Mbit/s 171 Mbit/s 244 Mbit/s 170 Mbit/s 186 Mbit/s 85Maximum Throughput QPSK 46 Mbit/s 46 Mbit/s 66 Mbit/s 45 Mbit/s 50 Mbit/s 2216 QAM 91 Mbit/s 91 Mbit/s 128 Mbit/s 89 Mbit/s 98 Mbit/s 4564 QAM 141 Mbit/s 139 Mbit/s 198 Mbit/s 138 Mbit/s 152 Mbit/s 69256 QAM 190 Mbit/s 188 Mbit/s 268 Mbit/s 186 Mbit/s 204 Mbit/s 9355/56 MHz ChannelMaximum System Gain QPSK 75 Mbit/s 74 Mbit/s 106 Mbit/s 74 Mbit/s 81 Mbit/s 3616 QAM 148 Mbit/s 147 Mbit/s 208 Mbit/s 145 Mbit/s 159 Mbit/s 7264 QAM 246 Mbit/s 243 Mbit/s 347 Mbit/s 240 Mbit/s 264 Mbit/s 100256 QAM 345 Mbit/s 342 Mbit/s 488 Mbit/s 337 Mbit/s 371 Mbit/s 100Maximum Throughput QPSK 92 Mbit/s 92 Mbit/s 129 Mbit/s 90 Mbit/s 99 Mbit/s 4516 QAM 185 Mbit/s 183 Mbit/s 261 Mbit/s 181 Mbit/s 198 Mbit/s 9164 QAM 290 Mbit/s 287 Mbit/s 410 Mbit/s 283 Mbit/s 312 Mbit/s 100256 QAM 382 Mbit/s 379 Mbit/s 540 Mbit/s 374 Mbit/s 412 Mbit/s 100All specifications are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice.[1] Enabling TDM transport will subtract equivalent capacity from available Ethernet Throughput figures shown.Full-on 4G Backhaul EvolutionEclipse04
  • 4. Radio Access Cards (RAC)RAC 60/RAC 6XIF connector SMA[1]IF interface Transmit 311 MHz, -8.0 to -12.0 dBmReceive 126 MHz, -8 to -27 dBmPacket Plane Interface, electrical Interfaces 1x 10/100/1000baseTConnector RJ45LED Indicators 2x Tri-state (‘Online’, ‘Status’)ODUs supported ODU300hp, epCapacities supported 9 - 382 Mbit/s (Nx E1 + Ethernet)Modulations supported Fixed and Adaptive Coding & Modulation QPSK, 16, 64, 256QAMXPD Improvement RAC 6X only 20 dBXPIC connectors RAC 6X only 2x SMBPower consumption 12WDimensions (including front panel and rear con-nector)22mm (0.5RU) x 130mm (5.1in) x 268mm (10.6in)Weight < 0.38 kg (0.84 lb)Data Access Cards (DAC)GeneralLED Indicators 1x Tri-state (‘Status’)Power consumption (nominal) < 3WDimensions (including front panel and rear con-nector)22mm (0.5RU) x 130mm (5.1in) x 268mm (10.6in)Weight (nominal) < 0.34 kg (0.74 lb)Carrier Ethernet/IPBackplane Transport channels 2Throughput capacity, per channel 2 - 200 Mbit/s, 2 Mbit/s increments155 or 311 MbpsEthernet Traffic Interface, electrical Interfaces 3x 10/100/1000baseTConnectors 3x 8-pin RJ45Ethernet Traffic Interface, optical Interfaces 1x optical IEEE 802.3z 1000BASE-LXConnectors 1x LC (SFP)Optical interface parameters Tx Output Center Wavelength, λc 1270 to 1355 nmTx Average Optical Output Power, Po -9.5 to -3 dBmRx Input Operating Center Wavelength, λc 1260 to 1610 nmRx Sensitivity, Pin -20 dBmRx Input Power Saturation, Pin -3 dBmLED Indicators 1x Tri-state (‘Status’)Ethernet Standards ComplianceEthernet IEEE 802.3uFraming IPv4 and IPv6, IEEE 802.3dFlow Control IEEE 802.3xVLAN IEEE 802.1qQoS Port based, IEEE 802.1p, Diffserv (RFC 2474)RMON RFC 1757Frame sizes supported 64 - 9600 bytesTDM (NxE1)Interface, configurable DAC 4x Electrical 1 to 4x 2.048 Mbit/s (E1)DAC 16x Electrical 1 to 16x 2.048 Mbit/s (E1)Electrical interface parameters Standards Compliance E1 Compliant to ITU-T Rec. G.703, G.823Line code E1 HDB3Connectors DAC 4x RJ45DAC 16x 48 pin mini-RJ21Impedance E1 75Ω unbalanced or 120Ω balanced, configurableAll specifications are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice.[1] RAC Installation Kit includes 3 meter jumper cable, SMA to N-type.Eclipse Packet Node ETSI Datasheet05
  • 5. RF Specifications - Maximum ThroughputFor applications where data capacity is more important than system gain performance, Eclipse Packet Node provides flexibility forthe user to configure the link by software to support maximum data throughput in a given RF channel bandwidth and usingAdaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM).Throughput is maximized by reducing the Error Correction overhead, allowing this bandwidth to be allocated to customer datapayload instead. The radio link will meet error performance objectives, including the specified minimum residual bit error rate,but with a slightly lower receiver threshold.System 5 GHz L6/U6 GHz 7/8 GHz 10 GHz 11 GHz 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 28 GHz 32 GHz 38 GHzFrequency Range, GHz 4.4 - 5.0 5.925 - 6.4256.425 - 7.117.125 - 7.97.725 - 8.510.0 - 10.68 10.7 - 11.7 12.75 - 13.25 14.4 - 15.35 17.7 - 19.7 21.2 - 23.632 24.52 - 26.483 27.5 - 29.5 31.8 - 33.4 37.0 - 39.46System Gain [2]System Gain 11 Mbit/s 7 MHz QPSK 125.0 dB 123.5 dB 123.5 dB 120.5 dB 118.5 dB 117.5 dB 116.5 dB 113.5 dB 113.5 dB 108.5 dB 107.0 dB 109.5 dB 109.0 dBat 10-6BER 23 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz QPSK 122.0 dB 120.5 dB 120.5 dB 117.5 dB 115.5 dB 114.5 dB 113.5 dB 110.5 dB 110.5 dB 105.5 dB 104.0 dB 106.5 dB 106.0 dB23 Mbit/s 7 MHz 16QAM 113.0 dB 113.5 dB 113.5 dB 110.5 dB 108.5 dB 107.5 dB 106.5 dB 103.5 dB 103.5 dB 98.5 dB 97.0 dB 99.5 dB 99.0 dB35 Mbit/s 7 MHz 64 QAM 107.0 dB 107.5 dB 107.5 dB 104.5 dB 102.5 dB 101.5 dB 100.5 dB 97.5 dB 97.5 dB 92.5 dB 91.0 dB 93.5 dB 93.0 dB46 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz QPSK 119.0 dB 117.5 dB 117.5 dB 114.5 dB 112.5 dB 111.5 dB 110.5 dB 107.5 dB 107.5 dB 102.5 dB 101.0 dB 103.5 dB 103.0 dB46 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 16QAM 110.0 dB 110.5 dB 110.5 dB 107.5 dB 105.5 dB 104.5 dB 103.5 dB 100.5 dB 100.5 dB 95.5 dB 94.0 dB 96.5 dB 96.0 dB47 Mbit/s 7 MHz 256 QAM 99.5 dB 100.0 dB 100.0 dB 97.0 dB 95.0 dB 94.0 dB 93.0 dB 90.0 dB 90.0 dB 85.0 dB 83.5 dB 86.0 dB 85.5 dB69 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 64 QAM 104.0 dB 104.5 dB 104.5 dB 101.5 dB 99.5 dB 98.5 dB 97.5 dB 94.5 dB 94.5 dB 89.5 dB 88.0 dB 90.5 dB 90.0 dB91 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 16QAM 106.5 dB 107.0 dB 107.0 dB 104.0 dB 102.0 dB 101.0 dB 100.0 dB 97.0 dB 97.0 dB 92.0 dB 90.5 dB 93.0 dB 92.5 dB92 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz QPSK 116.0 dB 114.5 dB 114.5 dB 111.5 dB 109.5 dB 108.5 dB 107.5 dB 104.5 dB 104.5 dB 99.5 dB 98.0 dB 100.5 dB 100.0 dB94 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 256 QAM 96.5 dB 97.0 dB 97.0 dB 94.0 dB 92.0 dB 91.0 dB 90.0 dB 87.0 dB 87.0 dB 82.0 dB 80.5 dB 83.0 dB 82.5 dB141 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 64 QAM 101.0 dB 101.5 dB 101.5 dB 98.5 dB 96.5 dB 95.5 dB 94.5 dB 91.5 dB 91.5 dB 86.5 dB 85.0 dB 87.5 dB 87.0 dB185 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 16QAM 103.5 dB 104.0 dB 104.0 dB 101.0 dB 99.0 dB 98.0 dB 97.0 dB 94.0 dB 94.0 dB 89.0 dB 87.5 dB 90.0 dB 89.5 dB190 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 256 QAM 92.5 dB 93.0 dB 93.0 dB 90.0 dB 88.0 dB 87.0 dB 86.0 dB 83.0 dB 83.0 dB 78.0 dB 76.5 dB 79.0 dB 78.5 dB290 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 64 QAM 98.0 dB 98.5 dB 98.5 dB 95.5 dB 93.5 dB 92.5 dB 91.5 dB 88.5 dB 88.5 dB 83.5 dB 82.0 dB 84.5 dB 84.0 dB382 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 256 QAM 89.5 dB 90.0 dB 90.0 dB 87.0 dB 85.0 dB 84.0 dB 83.0 dB 80.0 dB 80.0 dB 75.0 dB 73.5 dB 76.0 dB 75.5 dBTransmitter SpecificationsPower Output, nominal QPSK 30.5 dBm 28.5 dBm 28.5 dBm 26.0 dBm 24.0 dBm 23.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 19.5 dBm 19.5 dBm 15.5 dBm 15.0 dBm 18.0 dBm 17.5 dBm16 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm64 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm128 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm256 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBmReceiver Specifications [2]Threshold 11 Mbit/s 7 MHz QPSK -94.5 dBm -95.0 dBm -95.0 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.0 dBm -94.0 dBm -93.0 dBm -92.0 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.5 dBmat 10-6BER 23 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz QPSK -91.5 dBm -92.0 dBm -92.0 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.0 dBm -91.0 dBm -90.0 dBm -89.0 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.5 dBm23 Mbit/s 7 MHz 16QAM -86.5 dBm -87.0 dBm -87.0 dBm -86.5 dBm -86.5 dBm -86.5 dBm -86.5 dBm -86.0 dBm -86.0 dBm -85.0 dBm -84.0 dBm -83.5 dBm -83.5 dBm35 Mbit/s 7 MHz 64 QAM -80.5 dBm -81.0 dBm -81.0 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.0 dBm -80.0 dBm -79.0 dBm -78.0 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.5 dBm46 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz QPSK -88.5 dBm -89.0 dBm -89.0 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.0 dBm -88.0 dBm -87.0 dBm -86.0 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.5 dBm46 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 16QAM -83.5 dBm -84.0 dBm -84.0 dBm -83.5 dBm -83.5 dBm -83.5 dBm -83.5 dBm -83.0 dBm -83.0 dBm -82.0 dBm -81.0 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.5 dBm47 Mbit/s 7 MHz 256 QAM -73.0 dBm -73.5 dBm -73.5 dBm -73.0 dBm -73.0 dBm -73.0 dBm -73.0 dBm -72.5 dBm -72.5 dBm -71.5 dBm -70.5 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm69 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 64 QAM -77.5 dBm -78.0 dBm -78.0 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.0 dBm -77.0 dBm -76.0 dBm -75.0 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.5 dBm91 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 16QAM -80.0 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.5 dBm -80.0 dBm -80.0 dBm -80.0 dBm -80.0 dBm -79.5 dBm -79.5 dBm -78.5 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.0 dBm -77.0 dBm92 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz QPSK -85.5 dBm -86.0 dBm -86.0 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.0 dBm -85.0 dBm -84.0 dBm -83.0 dBm -82.5 dBm -82.5 dBm94 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 256 QAM -70.0 dBm -70.5 dBm -70.5 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -69.5 dBm -69.5 dBm -68.5 dBm -67.5 dBm -67.0 dBm -67.0 dBm141 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 64 QAM -74.5 dBm -75.0 dBm -75.0 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.0 dBm -74.0 dBm -73.0 dBm -72.0 dBm -71.5 dBm -71.5 dBm185 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 16QAM -77.0 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.5 dBm -77.0 dBm -77.0 dBm -77.0 dBm -77.0 dBm -76.5 dBm -76.5 dBm -75.5 dBm -74.5 dBm -74.0 dBm -74.0 dBm190 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 256 QAM -66.0 dBm -66.5 dBm -66.5 dBm -66.0 dBm -66.0 dBm -66.0 dBm -66.0 dBm -65.5 dBm -65.5 dBm -64.5 dBm -63.5 dBm -63.0 dBm -63.0 dBm290 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 64 QAM -71.5 dBm -72.0 dBm -72.0 dBm -71.5 dBm -71.5 dBm -71.5 dBm -71.5 dBm -71.0 dBm -71.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -69.0 dBm -68.5 dBm -68.5 dBm382 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 256 QAM -63.0 dBm -63.5 dBm -63.5 dBm -63.0 dBm -63.0 dBm -63.0 dBm -63.0 dBm -62.5 dBm -62.5 dBm -61.5 dBm -60.5 dBm -60.0 dBm -60.0 dBmAll specifications are referenced to the ODU antenna flange, and are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice.For Guaranteed values (over time and operational range) subtract 2 dB from Power Output, add 2dB to Threshold values, and subtract 4dB from System Gain values.[1] 10GHz Power Output and System Gain specifications are reduced by 0.5dB, 0.5dB and 1.0dB respectively for 91MHz T-R option.[2] System Gain & Rx Threshold values are for BER=10-6. Values for BER=10-3 are improved by 1dB.Full-on 4G Backhaul EvolutionEclipse06
  • 6. Eclipse Packet Node ETSI DatasheetRF Specifications - Maximum System GainFor applications where additional system performance is required to meet error performance objectives over a particular path,to extend the radio path distance, or to allow smaller antennas to be used to meet tower loading requirements, users can selectto configure the link for maximum system performance.In this mode available payload throughput is slightly reduced to enable Error Correction can be enhanced, leading to improvedreceiver threshold/system gain.System 5 GHz L6/U6 GHz 7/8 GHz 10 GHz[1]11 GHz 13 GHz 15 GHz 18 GHz 23 GHz 26 GHz 28 GHz 32 GHz 38 GHzFrequency Range, GHz 4.4 - 5.0 5.925 - 6.4256.425 - 7.117.125 - 7.97.725 - 8.510.0 - 10.68 10.7 - 11.7 12.75 - 13.25 14.4 - 15.35 17.7 - 19.7 21.2 - 23.632 24.52 - 26.483 27.5 - 29.5 31.8 - 33.4 37.0 - 39.46System Gain [2]System Gain 9 Mbit/s 7 MHz QPSK 127.5 dB 126.0 dB 126.0 dB 123.0 dB 121.0 dB 120.0 dB 119.0 dB 116.0 dB 116.0 dB 111.0 dB 109.5 dB 112.0 dB 111.5 dBat 10-6BER 18 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz QPSK 124.5 dB 123.0 dB 123.0 dB 120.0 dB 118.0 dB 117.0 dB 116.0 dB 113.0 dB 113.0 dB 108.0 dB 106.5 dB 109.0 dB 108.5 dB18 Mbit/s 7 MHz 16QAM 117.3 dB 117.8 dB 117.8 dB 114.8 dB 112.8 dB 111.8 dB 110.8 dB 107.8 dB 107.8 dB 102.8 dB 101.3 dB 103.8 dB 103.3 dB30 Mbit/s 7 MHz 64 QAM 110.3 dB 110.8 dB 110.8 dB 107.8 dB 105.8 dB 104.8 dB 103.8 dB 100.8 dB 100.8 dB 95.8 dB 94.3 dB 96.8 dB 96.3 dB38 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz QPSK 121.5 dB 120.0 dB 120.0 dB 117.0 dB 115.0 dB 114.0 dB 113.0 dB 110.0 dB 110.0 dB 105.0 dB 103.5 dB 106.0 dB 105.5 dB38 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 16QAM 114.3 dB 114.8 dB 114.8 dB 111.8 dB 109.8 dB 108.8 dB 107.8 dB 104.8 dB 104.8 dB 99.8 dB 98.3 dB 100.8 dB 100.3 dB43 Mbit/s 7 MHz 256 QAM 103.8 dB 104.3 dB 104.3 dB 101.3 dB 99.3 dB 98.3 dB 97.3 dB 94.3 dB 94.3 dB 89.3 dB 87.8 dB 90.3 dB 89.8 dB60 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 64 QAM 107.3 dB 107.8 dB 107.8 dB 104.8 dB 102.8 dB 101.8 dB 100.8 dB 97.8 dB 97.8 dB 92.8 dB 91.3 dB 93.8 dB 93.3 dB75 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 16QAM 114.5 dB 115.0 dB 115.0 dB 112.0 dB 110.0 dB 109.0 dB 108.0 dB 105.0 dB 105.0 dB 100.0 dB 98.5 dB 101.0 dB 100.5 dB75 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz QPSK 115.0 dB 113.5 dB 113.5 dB 110.5 dB 108.5 dB 107.5 dB 106.5 dB 103.5 dB 103.5 dB 98.5 dB 97.0 dB 99.5 dB 99.0 dB84 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 256 QAM 100.8 dB 101.3 dB 101.3 dB 98.3 dB 96.3 dB 95.3 dB 94.3 dB 91.3 dB 91.3 dB 86.3 dB 84.8 dB 87.3 dB 86.8 dB124 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 64 QAM 104.3 dB 104.8 dB 104.8 dB 101.8 dB 99.8 dB 98.8 dB 97.8 dB 94.8 dB 94.8 dB 89.8 dB 88.3 dB 90.8 dB 90.3 dB148 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 16QAM 108.0 dB 108.5 dB 108.5 dB 105.5 dB 103.5 dB 102.5 dB 101.5 dB 98.5 dB 98.5 dB 93.5 dB 92.0 dB 94.5 dB 94.0 dB173 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 256 QAM 96.5 dB 97.0 dB 97.0 dB 94.0 dB 92.0 dB 91.0 dB 90.0 dB 87.0 dB 87.0 dB 82.0 dB 80.5 dB 83.0 dB 82.5 dB246 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 64 QAM 101.3 dB 101.8 dB 101.8 dB 98.8 dB 96.8 dB 95.8 dB 94.8 dB 91.8 dB 91.8 dB 86.8 dB 85.3 dB 87.8 dB 87.3 dB345 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 256 QAM 93.5 dB 94.0 dB 94.0 dB 91.0 dB 89.0 dB 88.0 dB 87.0 dB 84.0 dB 84.0 dB 79.0 dB 77.5 dB 80.0 dB 79.5 dBTransmitter SpecificationsPower Output, nominal QPSK 30.5 dBm 28.5 dBm 28.5 dBm 26.0 dBm 24.0 dBm 23.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 19.5 dBm 19.5 dBm 15.5 dBm 15.0 dBm 18.0 dBm 17.5 dBm16 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm64 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm128 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBm256 QAM 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 26.5 dBm 24.0 dBm 22.0 dBm 21.0 dBm 20.0 dBm 17.5 dBm 17.5 dBm 13.5 dBm 13.0 dBm 16.0 dBm 15.5 dBmReceiver Specifications [2]Threshold 9 Mbit/s 7 MHz QPSK -97.0 dBm -97.5 dBm -97.5 dBm -97.0 dBm -97.0 dBm -97.0 dBm -97.0 dBm -96.5 dBm -96.5 dBm -95.5 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.0 dBm -94.0 dBmat 10-6BER 18 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz QPSK -94.0 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.5 dBm -94.0 dBm -94.0 dBm -94.0 dBm -94.0 dBm -93.5 dBm -93.5 dBm -92.5 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.0 dBm -91.0 dBm18 Mbit/s 7 MHz 16QAM -90.8 dBm -91.3 dBm -91.3 dBm -90.8 dBm -90.8 dBm -90.8 dBm -90.8 dBm -90.3 dBm -90.3 dBm -89.3 dBm -88.3 dBm -87.8 dBm -87.8 dBm30 Mbit/s 7 MHz 64 QAM -83.8 dBm -84.3 dBm -84.3 dBm -83.8 dBm -83.8 dBm -83.8 dBm -83.8 dBm -83.3 dBm -83.3 dBm -82.3 dBm -81.3 dBm -80.8 dBm -80.8 dBm38 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz QPSK -91.0 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.5 dBm -91.0 dBm -91.0 dBm -91.0 dBm -91.0 dBm -90.5 dBm -90.5 dBm -89.5 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.0 dBm -88.0 dBm38 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 16QAM -87.8 dBm -88.3 dBm -88.3 dBm -87.8 dBm -87.8 dBm -87.8 dBm -87.8 dBm -87.3 dBm -87.3 dBm -86.3 dBm -85.3 dBm -84.8 dBm -84.8 dBm43 Mbit/s 7 MHz 256 QAM -77.3 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.3 dBm -77.3 dBm -77.3 dBm -77.3 dBm -76.8 dBm -76.8 dBm -75.8 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.3 dBm -74.3 dBm60 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 64 QAM -80.8 dBm -81.3 dBm -81.3 dBm -80.8 dBm -80.8 dBm -80.8 dBm -80.8 dBm -80.3 dBm -80.3 dBm -79.3 dBm -78.3 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.8 dBm75 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 16QAM -88.0 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.5 dBm -88.0 dBm -88.0 dBm -88.0 dBm -88.0 dBm -87.5 dBm -87.5 dBm -86.5 dBm -85.5 dBm -85.0 dBm -85.0 dBm75 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz QPSK -84.5 dBm -85.0 dBm -85.0 dBm -84.5 dBm -84.5 dBm -84.5 dBm -84.5 dBm -84.0 dBm -84.0 dBm -83.0 dBm -82.0 dBm -81.5 dBm -81.5 dBm84 Mbit/s 13.75 / 14 MHz 256 QAM -74.3 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.3 dBm -74.3 dBm -74.3 dBm -74.3 dBm -73.8 dBm -73.8 dBm -72.8 dBm -71.8 dBm -71.3 dBm -71.3 dBm124 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 64 QAM -77.8 dBm -78.3 dBm -78.3 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.8 dBm -77.3 dBm -77.3 dBm -76.3 dBm -75.3 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.8 dBm148 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 16QAM -81.5 dBm -82.0 dBm -82.0 dBm -81.5 dBm -81.5 dBm -81.5 dBm -81.5 dBm -81.0 dBm -81.0 dBm -80.0 dBm -79.0 dBm -78.5 dBm -78.5 dBm173 Mbit/s 27.5 / 28 MHz 256 QAM -70.0 dBm -70.5 dBm -70.5 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -70.0 dBm -69.5 dBm -69.5 dBm -68.5 dBm -67.5 dBm -67.0 dBm -67.0 dBm246 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 64 QAM -74.8 dBm -75.3 dBm -75.3 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.8 dBm -74.3 dBm -74.3 dBm -73.3 dBm -72.3 dBm -71.8 dBm -71.8 dBm345 Mbit/s 55 / 56 MHz 256 QAM -67.0 dBm -67.5 dBm -67.5 dBm -67.0 dBm -67.0 dBm -67.0 dBm -67.0 dBm -66.5 dBm -66.5 dBm -65.5 dBm -64.5 dBm -64.0 dBm -64.0 dBmAll specifications are referenced to the ODU antenna flange, and are typical values unless otherwise stated, and are subject to change without notice.For Guaranteed values (over time and operational range) subtract 2 dB from Power Output, add 2dB to Threshold values, and subtract 4dB from System Gain values.[1] 10GHz Transmitter Power Output, Receiver Threshold and System Gain specifications are reduced by 0.5dB, 0.5dB and 1.0dB respectively for 91MHz T-R option.[2] System Gain and Rx Threshold values are for BER=10-6. Values for BER=10-3are improved by 1dB.07
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