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    • © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 1
    • Proxim Product Training Class Tsunami GX800 licensed Point-to-Point system Detailed Product Description © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 2
    • Proxim’s PtP History • 1979: Western Multiplex was incorporated • 1980: Released Analog Baseband Products • 1989: Released Analog Licensed Radio 2GHz, 6 GHz • 1992: World’s First Spread Spectrum T1/E1 Radio • 1994: Licensed 6GHz Digital Microwave • 1995: Released 2nd Generation of 6GHz - Lynx SC • 1999: Released World’s First Wireless Ethernet Bridge • 2000: Released 3RD Generation - Lynx HD (4T/8T) – Focus on unlicensed • 2000: Initial Public Offering • 2000: Released World’s First Wireless Gigabit Ethernet Bridge • 2002: Acquired Proxim, Inc., became Proxim Corp. • 2002: Acquired Lucent/Wavelan • 2004: Released 4th Generation Lynx product (GX.4T/8T) - Unlicensed • 2005: Released Lynx GX.16T • 2010: Proxim re-enters the licensed market © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 3
    • Applications & Market Segments © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 4
    • Market Segments • Carriers & Service Providers • WISPs • Government and Municipalities • Transportation • Enterprise Networks • Hospitality • Education • Healthcare • Mining, Oil and Gas © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 5
    • Applications • High capacity backhaul • WiMAX/LTE backhaul • Leased-line replacement/redundancy • Security & video surveillance • Building-to-building connectivity • Enterprise LAN and PBX extension • ISP remote POP • ISP direct customer connections using point-to-point • Multipoint backhaul • Extension of an existing fiber network • Backbone connection • Cellular voice backhaul/redundancy • Backhaul to a central POP • High-bandwidth last mile access © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 6
    • Current State of Backhaul © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 7
    • Business Enterprise © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 8
    • Carrier Backhaul © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 9
    • Advantages • Licensed Point-to-Point Microwave products – Operate in licensed bands – Solution to overcrowded unlicensed bands – Provides exclusive spectrum protection – Business edge to Carrier/WISP portfolio – Exceeds high-bandwidth requirements – Enables transition to IP-based networks © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 10
    • The Product © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 11
    • Product Components • Split-mount architecture – Outdoor unit (ODU) – Indoor Unit (IDU) • ODU – All outdoor design – Dedicated port for Link alignment – Direct antenna mount design • IDU – Universal modem – Frequency and capacity independent – Compact unit – Half rack mount – Native Gigabit IP interface and management, traffic ports – Plugin modules for SDH/PDH interface expansion © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 12
    • Tsunami TM GX800 • 6GHz - 38 GHz • 7 to 56 MHz configurable channel bandwidths • Ultra low latency < 100 µs • High power (+27 dBm) w/ ATPC • 622 Mbps Aggregate (311Mbps Full-Duplex) • QPSK – 256QAM w/ Adaptive Modulation • No License Keys • Modular IDU Interfaces (Ethernet, SDH/PDH) • Extensive Layer 3 Protocol Support • Per port capacity allocation and bandwidth shaping • Spectrum Analyzer, BERT & utilization charts • In-band and/or out-of-band management • Each radio link tested prior to shipping • Interoperable with common direct-fit antennas © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 13
    • Performance Capabilities • Full capacity out-of-box – 622 Mbps aggregate (311Mbps Full-Duplex) • Advanced Modulation techniques – QPSK to 256 QAM – Adaptive Coding Modulation • Wide channel bandwidths – 7 to 56 MHz – FCC, ETSI and ANSI compliant • Data handling – Highly evolved platform with VLAN, QOS, and port management – Packet transport (priority based packet system) © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 14
    • Management System • Proxim Vision ES Network Management System • IP based Remote management – Web based GUI - HTTP – SNMP v2c, TELNET • RS232 Serial terminal port • In-band and out-of-band management • Dedicated fast Ethernet NMS port • USB based alternative Debug/IP port © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 15
    • Security and IP Functions • Security – Three level authentication with password security (guest, user, admin) – Automatic logout for Web-based management – SNMP v2c security for SNMP/PVES based management • IP function – Routing (static, dynamic) – Proxy ARP, SNTP – NAT, VLAN – Secondary IP for management – IP utilities (Ping, TELNET) • QoS – 802.1p, IPv4 Type of TOS/DiffServ, IPv6 Traffic Class © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 16
    • Support Tools • Link Planner – Free link design tool – Easy to use – Facilitates planning of the link – Predicts the performance – Defines the BOM • Licensing services to simplify RF licensing procedures – License coordination services – Third party Spectrum Management partner © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 17
    • Modulations & data rates © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 18
    • GX800 System © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 19
    • IDU Modem Interfaces © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 20
    • IDU mounting • Single unit installation – Designed for 19-inch cabinet mounting – Accessories for IDU mounting included – Simple and easy installation with adjustable depth • Pair of IDUs installation – Designed for 19-inch cabinet mounting – Both units in one 1U slot – Ideal for relay points © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 21
    • IDU kit contents ETH cable Long and Short holder Grounding cable Holder screws and Rubber nibs IDU unit Paper Box Plastic Fillers © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 22
    • IDU data Interfaces • Flexible and scalable design © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 23
    • IDU front panel © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 24
    • Modules • Plugin Modules for IDU interface expansion – Enables extended PDH and SDH interfaces – Device features auto detection of HSI modules – User configuration via management interfaces – Cost-efficient expansion at minimal service disruption • Available modules – E3, DS3, 2xT1/E1 © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 25
    • TDM modules • TDM module 2xE1/T1 – One module for both E1 or T1 tributary – 2x RJ-45 Connectors – Compliant to ANSI T1.102, T1.403, T1.408 & ITU I.431, G.703, G.736, G.775 and G.823 • TDM module E3/DS3 – One module for both E3 or DS3 tributary – BNC 75Ω connectors – Compliant to ANSI T1.102, T1.107, T1.231 & ITU G.703, G.823, G.751, G.775 © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 26
    • IDU Management © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 27
    • ODU Interfaces and mounting © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 28
    • ODU Interfaces © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 29
    • Waveguide Flanges • Flange types vary amongst frequency bands • Proxim can customize between Circular and Rectangular. Default is rectangular WC42WR4226 WC42WR4223 WC51WR4218 WC62WR6215 WC75WR7513 WC75WR7511 WC112WR1128 WC112WR1127 No Circular WaveguideNo Rectangular Waveguide6 Upper No Circular WaveguideNo Rectangular Waveguide6 Lower WC (Circular)WR (Rectangular)Frequency ODU Waveguide Flanges © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 30
    • The ODU © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 31
    • RSL reading from BNC • Values will be unique to each ODU but vary only slightly from the chart below • A customized chart is included with each ODU © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 32
    • Antenna Mount Options Direct Mount Remote Mount © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 33
    • Mating the ODU to a Direct Connect antenna © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 34
    • Using the ODU with a remote connected antenna © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 35
    • Ordering © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 36
    • GX800 Link • In the package – 2 x IDU (Indoor Modem Units) – 2 x ODU (Outdoor Frequency Units) • Accessories – Antennas (Direct Mount/Remote Mount) – ODU Waveguide Adapter flanges – ODU flexible Mounting Kits – Assembly and lightning protection kits © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 37
    • Pricing & Availability • Complete Link – $14,999 List Price • HSI Modules – E1/T1 HSI module List: $375 – E3/DS3 HSI module List: $425 • Available for order now; ships in 8 weeks © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 38
    • The Proxim GX800 Ordering guide • To assist in ordering the correct equipment an ordering guide is available. • Check with Sales team © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 39
    • Tsunami GX800 Models Model Description GX800‐6U/L  Tsunami GX800, 6U/6LGHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐07  Tsunami GX800, 7 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐08  Tsunami GX800, 8 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐10/11  Tsunami GX800, 10/11 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐13  Tsunami GX800, 13 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐15  Tsunami GX800, 15 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐18  Tsunami GX800, 18 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐23  Tsunami GX800, 23 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐26 Tsunami GX800, 26 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐281 Tsunami GX800, 28 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐321 Tsunami GX800, 32 GHz Microwave Link Series  GX800‐381 Tsunami GX800, 38 GHz Microwave Link Series  1 – Models which can support 28‐38GHz band will be Available in Q4’2010 Note: SKUs can be customized based on frequency sub‐band & T/R Spacing  requirement © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 40
    • • Main band frequency – 6, 7, 8, 15, … GHz • T/R Spacing – Multiple steps to choose • Sub-band frequency – Band A, B, C… • Antenna interface – RWG, CWG, N-Type • Channel BW – Narrow, Wide Model Name COMCODE Description GX800‐07‐LNK GX807LK‐0196‐AC‐W0 Tsunami GX800 Link, 7 GHz, TR196, A Band, CW Microwave Link GX800‐08‐LNK GX808LK‐0119‐FC‐W0 Tsunami GX800 Link, 8 GHz, TR119, F Band, CW Microwave Link GX800‐18‐LNK GX818LK‐1560‐CC‐W0 Tsunami GX800 Link, 18 GHz, TR1560, C Band, CW Microwave Link GX800‐23‐LNK GX823LK‐1232‐DC‐W0 Tsunami GX800 Link, 23 GHz, TR1232, D Band, CW Microwave Link GX8 FF BB ‐ TTTT ‐ f A ‐ b V Model Main  Frequency  (eg; 7GHz) LK – Link LO – Lo Band HI – Hi Band T/R Spacing  (eg; 196MHz) Sub‐Band  Frequency  (eg; Band A) Antenna  Interface (eg;  Circular) Narrow Band  / Wide Band Power Supply  Polarity and  Range SKU Customization © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 41
    • What comes in the kit © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 42
    • Accessories Antennas, Mounts, Components © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 43
    • Mounting two IDUs in one slot AL holder Holder screws and nuts © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 44
    • AC Adapter 110/220 VAC <90 Watts © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 45
    • Antennas Antenna diameters 2' (60 cm) 3' (90 cm) 4' (120 cm) 6' (180 cm) Antenna weights 2' 27 lbs. (12.2 kg) 3' 50 lbs. (22.5 kg) 4' 85 lbs. (38.3 kg) 6' 120 lbs. (54.0 kg) IEC or EIA flanges available, Direct mounting for RF units available Ease of installation: antennas shipped completely assembled, minimal mount required Planar radomes standard with high-performance model Rugged and lightweight cast aluminum mount with fine adjustment for both azimuth and elevation Standard white; other colors and/or logos available on request Corrosive resistant; coated aluminum, hot dipped galvanized steel and stainless http://www.radiowavesinc.com/cgi-bin/index.cgi/Products/ProLine+-+Point+to+Point+%28PtP%29/High-Performance © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 46
    • WaveGuides © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 47
    • Waveguide Flanges http://antennasystems.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=waveguide © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 48
    • Cable, Surge protector, PSU RF Cables RF Surge Protectors Power Supplies © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 49
    • Radio Configuration Configuration and Diagnostics © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 50
    • Step 1 – accessing the system Set the IP address of your computer in the range of 10.10.10.0/24 Connect Ethernet cable to management port of the IDU Launch your web browser with the secondary IP address of the IDU as URL The login window is displayed. Enter the log-in credentials and click on button Login or press enter © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 51
    • Step 2 – familiarize with the GUI RF link status Remote side Local side Saving the changes to ROM Clickable tabs Clickable “pages” Context based help © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 52
    • Step 3 - Setting IP address Enter the requested primary IP address of your device (enter the mask in CIDR notation) Enter the gateway address e.g. via 192.168.3.1 Enter IP address of remote side (without mask) The remote side address is IP address of connected device over RF link The remote device must have these exact IP addresses (primary IP and remote IP) set vice-versa! Confirm with button Apply. © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 53
    • Step 4 – Give device a name It is recommended to set the name of the device according to the locality The name of device is string in length of 0 – 22 characters. The available characters according to ASCII table are from character 40 to character 126 inclusive. Select in your web browser menu General and left-side folder description. Note: In section Additional info you can write and save another information, there are five available arrays with up to 70 characters in each, last line is used for web page header name (name of the web browser window). © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 54
    • Step 5 – set basic radio and modem parameters Select in your web browser menu Radio and left-side folder parameters , and set values for Tx Frequency Tx Power Actual running Modulation (eventually Adaptive modulations, if needed) ODU Mute parameter to “auto” Confirm new parameters with button Apply © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 55
    • Step 5 – set basic radio and modem parameters (cont’d) During antenna alignment turn the ATPC function off. After correct settings of Tx frequency (and Rx), Max Tx Power set up the opposite side of the link vice-versa and align antennas (use voltmeter and measure RSSI at the external BNC connector 0V – no signal, 1,6V – maximal signal strength). After alignment Rx level - RxL (page header on the left) should be in the range from -60 to -35dBm © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 56
    • Step 6 – Check data multiplexer parameters Check parameters at Ports – parameters page and adjust Ethernet speed parameter to maximal capacity for desired design type 190Mbps for designs with bandwidth <= 30MHz, or 320Mbps for designs with BW > 30MHz Real maximal dataflow speed is dynamically lowered according to modulation scheme and E1/T1/E3/T3 RFI MUX settings. To use internal BER- tester one need to lower Ethernet speed to assign some capacity for BER- tester At this page one can set parameters of LAN ports in case of problems with auto negotiation © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 57
    • Step 7 – Write the configuration and restart the device At the end of the configuration it is necessary to write any change in device configuration into startup non-volatile memory (called “W0”) of the equipment. This operation is possible to make by button “WRITE W0” on each page at the upper right corner. After each restart of device or “run w0” command is configuration restored from this memory. Do not power-off the device during WRITE W0 command © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 58
    • NAT routing © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 59
    • IP & VLAN setting (cont’d) Port LAN B2 (interconnection ETH port) is configured as tagged, therefore only tagged frames with VID=2 can ingress/egress this port. Default VID for this port must be still 1, because untagged frames that ingress this port will be then part of VLAN with VID=1. Port WAN B (CPU port) is configured as untagged (CPU don't support tagged frames), therefore there is necessary to assign default VID to 2 for this port. Additionally a restriction for communication between local management port and traffic ports is configured in port based section. © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 60
    • Password changes © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 61
    • Date and time setting © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 62
    • Alarms indicators © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 63
    • Spetrum Analyzer display © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 64
    • Constellation diagram (QAM128) Used to graphically indicate the quality of the modulated signal upon reception. ‘Tighter’ groupings indicate better performance ‘Blurry’ points indicate signal degradation © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 65
    • Constellation diagram (QAM256) © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 66
    • Counters and Tallies (LAN detail) © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 67
    • Counters and Tallies (IP related) © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 68
    • Counters and Tallies (Utilization graphs) © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 69
    • Miscellaneous operations © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 70
    • File management © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 71
    • Conclusion © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 72
    • Conclusion - Tsunami TM GX800 6-38 GHz frequency bands support1 7 to 56 MHz configurable channel bandwidths Ultra low latency < 100 µs High power radio (+27 dBm) 622 Mbps of aggregate capacity out of the box (311Mbps Full- Duplex) Features ATPC and Adaptive Coding Modulation (ACM) Extensive Layer 3 Protocol Support Flexible IDU Data Interfaces (Ethernet, SDH/PDH) Built-in Spectrum Analyzer, BER Tester & utilization charts In-band and out-of-band management Per port capacity allocation and bandwidth shaping © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 73
    • Conclusion - GX800 System © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 74
    • Conclusion - IDU © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 75
    • Thank You © 2010 Proxim Wireless. All rights reserved. For latest information on our Wireless Products and Wireless Solutions, please visit our Website. 76