RUGGEDCOM WIN base stations
Reliable long-range connectivity in harsh environments
Powered by OFDMA radio technology, RUGGEDCOM WIN7000 and WIN7200 base stations weather harsh environments and go the distance with non-line-of-sight (NLOS) operation.
Citizen's Broadband Radio Systems (CBRS)Siemens RUGGEDCOM Win CBRS solution is now FCC Part 96 rules compliant to allow for private broadband wireless access to the 3.6Ghz band. RUGGEDCOM WIN has been a robust solution for private broadband wireless for some for some of the largest companies in the world, because of its proven reliability, trusted immunity and high security. This solution also lays down the foundation for deploying private 5G networks in the future.
You should consider deploying CBRS if you meet any or all of the factors below:
- You already have RUGGEDCOM WIN equipment for the 3.65Ghz band
- As an operator in the 3.65Ghz band you need to transition your Part 90 Legacy equipment to Part 96 CBRS Equipment Transition by 17th Apr 2020 as per the FCC deadline
- You want to continue maintaining your existing private wireless network
- You want to build a new secure and reliable private wireless network with 4G bandwidth speed and future 5G speed capability.
With CBRS users are allowed exclusive use of the frequencies over a specific geographic area. These areas are large enough to attenuate the signal and eliminate interference you can share by frequency, location and time. This type of sharing allows multiple users to use the same spectrum, but a different times if needed.
Automated frequency coordinators, known as Spectrum Access Systems (SASs), will facilitate sharing among the three tiers of authorized users in the 3.5 GHz band and authorize the use of PALs and GAA operations with information from an approved Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC) sensor. Following Auction 105, SAS Administrators will assign channels to PALs. The SASs will "assign geographically contiguous PALs held by the same Priority Access Licensee to the same channels in each geographic area" and "assign multiple channels held by the same Priority Access Licensee to contiguous frequencies within the same License Area," to the extent feasible. See 47 CFR 96.25.
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RUGGEDCOM WIN7000 high power base station
This high power, broadband wireless base station is designed for long-range deployments within licensed frequency bands under harsh environments. Compliant with standard IEEE 802.16e, the RUGGEDCOM WIN7000 delivers maximum coverage where regulations permit high-power operation. The single sector design accommodates as many sectors as required at a given site, while keeping in mind coverage, bandwidth, and subscriber-density considerations.
RUGGEDCOM WIN7200 standard power base station
This single sector, lightweight broadband wireless base station provides connectivity to fixed or mobile end points, and can be easily installed on poles, street lamps, or walls. RUGGEDCOM WIN7200 supports unlicensed frequency bands in harsh environments and is IEEE 802.16e compliant. Connected via a single Power-over-Ethernet connection and easily provisioned, WIN7200 reduces operational cost and complexity.
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Technology that meets industry requirements
True to their name, RUGGEDCOM solutions are built tough – delivering error-free communications under high levels of electromagnetic interference in extreme temperatures and over long distances. See how RUGGEDCOM solutions have been put to the test. Discover special features, examples of international standards compliance, and more.