Live Demo of PPC-10G 10Gbps Radio in Manhattan, NY

PPC-10G-E Live Demo in New York (Video)

New York City, USA — ELVA installed PPC-10G-E 70/80 GHz millimeter wave link for live demonstration. The first demo was held at July 27-28, 2017 in Manhattan, New York City. To participate in next public PPC-10G-E live demo at early September, please send request by email to to get you invited.

Customers could see true 10Gbps wireless channel over Manhattan skyscrapers at 2 miles (3.4 km) hop.

Currently, PPC-10G-E (E-band) radio is the only 10 Gbps link in the industry which passed FCC Certification and 2014/53/EU Radio Equipment Directive (RED). With FCC Certification for 10 GE in E-band, this represents regulatory approval for marketing, sales, and installation of PPC-10G-E 10 Gbps radio link in the territory of United States.

PPC-10G-E is IP radio link, providing up to 10 Gbps full-duplex throughput. The link is intended for point-to-point applications such as 4G/LTE/5G Backhaul, Corporate Campus Networks, IPTV, and other Wireless ISP backbones. All ELVA links are designed for interconnection between remote WAN/LAN segments that located on the sites with no fixed line broadband connection. Typically, this is for landscape or industrial barriers or ecology restrictions for ground cable laying like national park, river, lake, airport/railway area, private land, etc.

For most demanded applications, PPC-10G-E could be combined into 20 Gbps 2+0 dual-radio link using Dual Polarized Adaptors (DPA). This brings more compact solution for carriers and ISPs desiring a “future proof” wireless backbone. Either of 10 Gbps radios in 2+0 configuration works independently, therefor overall channel availability is greatly increased.

Further aggregation possible to 40 Gbps channel using four neighboring radio links with easy technics. First, by using vertical (V) and horizontal (H) polarization of RF signal. Second, it is possible to re-arrange the allocated 2000 MHz bandwidth within the general E-band (71-76/81-86GHz) spectrum. Thus, at least two different sub-bands are available for PPC-10G-E, which is another way to eliminate RF interference when up to 4x 10 Gbps links aggregation is planned.

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