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Ceragon Networks First to Boost Long-Haul Microwave to 1024 QAM

Date: 2012-03-12
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GovNET submits first orders for innovative Evolution Long-Haul solution

Wireless backhaul specialist Ceragon Networks Ltd. has added 1024 QAM modulation to its Evolution IP Long-Haul, making it the first in the industry to offer this long-haul innovation. 1024 QAM is now the most advanced modulation technology for microwave communications and boosts capacity by as much as 25% over the widely implemented 256 QAM. 

GovNET, a specialized telecommunications carrier, is building the world's most advanced microwave network using a variety of advanced technology including 1024 QAM. GovNET has chosen Ceragon’s Evolution IP Long-Haul 1024 QAM solution to securely deliver mission-critical broadband traffic for government agencies in public safety, education and telemedicine sectors across US Western States.  “We selected Ceragon because of their ability to supply high-capacity bandwidth in an aggressive timeframe.  Their advanced technology and experience in deploying large projects made them a natural microwave partner for our rapidly-growing network,” said Patrick Barringer, CEO at GovNET Inc.

 “Microwave capacity requirements continue to increase unabated,” explained Eyal Assa, EVP and General Manager of Ceragon Networks’ Long-Haul Solutions Group. “We are committed long-term to developing innovative solutions, like 1024 QAM, to help our customers stay at the forefront of technology. This is another technology leap with an easy-to-implement capacity boost for microwave applications.”

Ceragon supports 9 levels of modulation ensuring a robust and reliable solution for any network and capacity needs, under any weather conditions.  QAM is used extensively as a modulation scheme for digital telecommunications. It conveys data by changing aspects of the carrier signal. QAM modulation techniques carry information in both the amplitude and phase of the waveform in a single carrier.

For more information about Ceragon Networks Ltd., see www.ceragon.com.

- Corporate News/9-1-1magazine.com (via Ceragon, 2/27/12)

 

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