ELVA Pioneered in FCC Approval for 10 Gbps E-band Link

FCC ID: 2AIXT-PPC-10G-E for ELVA-1 PPC-10G 70/80 GHz 10 Gbps MMW Link

ELVA-1 company pioneered in FCC Certification for 10 GE in E-band, which represents regulatory approval for marketing, sales, and installation of PPC-10G 10 Gbps radio links in the territory of United States.

FCC Cert for ELVA PPC-10G 10 Gbps LinkAn FCC ID is the product ID assigned by the FCC to identify wireless products in the market. The FCC chooses 3 or 5 character “Grantee” codes to identify the business that created the product. In this case, ELVA-1 grantee code for FCC ID: 2AIXT-PPC-10G-E is 2AIXT. The remaining characters of the FCC ID, -PPC-10G-E, are associated with the product model. These letters are chosen by the applicant.

The PPC-10G 10-Gig millimeter wave platform is based on state-of-the-art MMIC chips, which support QAM 256 (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation) in digital data radio communications. QAM 256 modulation uses 8 bits per symbol. Drawing upon its lengthy experience in the design of precision low noise mm-wave scientific instruments, ELVA-1 has pioneered the implementation of QAM 256 technology for E-band to achieve the best spectrum efficiency in the industry. Using QAM 256, PPC-10G requires only 2 GHz of bandwidth for its 10 Gpbs data rate.

ELVA-1 PPC-10G 70/80 GHz 10 Gbps MMW Link has been examined at Washington Laboratories, Ltd, 7560 Lindbergh Drive, Gaithersburg, MD. 

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