The TRACER 5.8 GHz digital microwave radio uses spread-spectrum technology to provide two independent T1 or E1 communication links...
The TRACER 5.8 GHz digital microwave radio uses spread-spectrum technology to provide two independent T1 or E1 communication links. Like its 2.4 GHz counterpart, the device operates in the Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM) band as authorized under part 15.247 of the FCC rules. The ISM frequencies allow the equipment to be operated license-free in the U.S. and many other countries.
The radio gives customers an alternative to operating wireless radio equipment in the traditional 2.4 GHz band. It can be used to provide connectivity solutions for temporary or emergency requirements, to solve last-mile accessibility problems where cable or copper might not be available, or as an economical solution to eliminate expensive recurring monthly charges.
It is a NEBS Level 3 compliant spread-spectrum radio. This means that the device has met the strict requirements for performance, quality, and safety required by the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) for equipment installed in their Central Offices. It is available in mastmounted or rackmounted configurations.
ADTRAN Inc., P.O. Box 140000, Huntsville, AL 35814-4000. Tel: 256-963-8000; Fax: 256-963-7916.