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Carrier Grade Availability

AirPair addresses the industry’s requirements for carrier grade availability and is designed to meet or exceed the carrier’s wireline availability standard.  Security is ensured via a three-level authentication scheme and DES encryption of the data carried over the radio interface.  The –48 VDC power supply used by AirPair can be connected to a carrier’s battery-back up source, or a low cost AC UPS may be used for power back up.

Using licensed spectrum ensures 100% freedom from interference, and the ability to offer verifiable service level commitments to customers.

Flexible Network Management

AirPair is designed with flexible, carrier-grade management requirements in mind.  Using industry standard MIBs to monitor radio and network parameters, AirPair integrates directly into any SNMP management environment, such as Castle Rock Computing SNMPc and HP’s OpenView.  Management traffic may be carried in-band directly, and optionally, over an 802.1q VLAN.  AirPair also supports an internal Secure Socket Layer HTTP management server that allows the units to be conveniently managed from any Web browser.

A Wide Spectrum of Bands to Choose From

AirPair is globally available in licensed bands — 18, 23, 26, 28, 31, 38 GHz — and unlicensed bands: 24 and 60 GHz.  It is compliant with FCC, ETSI, ARIB and Industry Canada standards.

A Complete Wireless Connection

A truly wireless “link in a box,” AirPair includes everything needed to connect two 100 BaseT LANs in separate buildings — from the outdoor grade cables and power supplies, right down to the mounting nuts and bolts.  All that is required is an outdoor mounting pole, mast or tower fixture to complete the installation.

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