Radwin RW-2024-0200 RADWIN 2000 C-Series ODU Connectorized for external antenna (2x N-type), supporting frequency bands 2.4GHz FCC/IC



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RADWIN 2000 C-Series Carrier-Class SUB-6 GHz Ultra Capacity Point-to-point Radios for IP & TDM Backhaul

RADWIN 2000 C is the ultimate backhaul solution for IP & TDM networks. RADWIN 2000 C-Series MIMO 2x2 radios support up to 200Mbps net aggregate throughput and up to 16xE1s/T1s. The RADWIN 2000 C-Series supports the RADWIN IDU-C and IDU-E (RW-7100 Series) indoor devices and can operate with PoE devices (RW-9221 Series).

Reaching 200 Mbps aggregate throughput and providing IP and TDM over the same link make this product ideal for today's and tomorrow's networks, preparing operators for the seamless migration from legacy TDM to all-IP networks such as LTE/4G.

RADWIN 2000 C-Series products operate in symmetric and in adaptive asymmetric mode, whereby capacity is dynamically allocated between uplink and downlink based on traffic loads and air-interface conditions. Extremely simple to install and maintain, systems operate flawlessly in the most challenging environments, including non line-of-sight scenarios, interference-ridden environments and extreme temperatures.

For operators who want to break the capacity barrier and meet the skyrocketing demand for broadband, the RADWIN 2000 C-Series is the right choice.

Product Condition New
Manufacturer part number RW-2024-0200
Manufacturer Radwin
Key Features
  • 200 Mbps net aggregate throughput
  • Native TDM (up to 16 E1s/T1s) + Ethernet
  • Long range - up to 120 km/75 miles
  • Single radio supports multiple bands
  • Asymmetric capacity - fixed or dynamic channel allocation
  • Built for harsh interference scenarios
  • Ease of operation and maintenance
  • Telco-grade, with advanced MIMO, OFDM and Diversity technologies
  • Enhanced QoS
  • Ring and 1+1 service protection
Frequency 2.4 GHZ

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