ComNet designs high-throughput wireless Ethernet link for point-to-point or multi-point applications
Simplifying installation, the NetWave® NW-7 wireless Ethernet transmission device supports IEEE802.3at power sourcing equipment (PSE) for powering Power over Ethernet (PoE) connected devices such as IP PoE cameras.
Comnet has developed a high throughput (HT) wireless Ethernet transmission device that supports up to 240Mbps throughput using MIMO technology and provides PoE capability. The NetWave® NW7 wireless link is designed for high throughput point-to-point or multi-point applications, and is well suited for use as a high throughput back haul link for installations that require connecting to more than one Ethernet device.
The NW7 wireless link can be configured through the embedded user interface as a client or as an access point. This single radio model features an integrated 19dBi, 17 degree beamwidth antenna. The units can be powered by an 802.3af/at PoE compliant device or through a supplied power injection module with the second Ethernet port serving as an IEEE802.3at power source. The NW7 is FCC certified for use in North America and the NW7E is ETSI, DFS and TPC certified for use in the European Union.
Supporting connected distances of greater than 2 miles in the FCC version and 4 km in the ETSI model, the NW7 wireless Ethernet transmission device is simple to use and a cost-effective alternative to physical connections to Ethernet edge equipment.
Author: Garth Miller Published: 23 Apr 2014