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WiMAX Canopy Access Points




Canopy® 400 Series

What are some of the biggest obstacles to reaching a great many potential users or customers with wireless broadband access? Obstacles. Obstacles that block or interfere with high-speed wireless signals...tall buildings in dense urban environments, dense foliage in suburban and rural environments or obstructions of any kind in environments of every kind.

Now available in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and coming soon to other regions, this new series of Canopy Access Points and subscriber modules provide enterprises, municipalities and service providers with a powerful, cost-effective solution for reaching previously unreachable users and subscribers.

The Canopy 400 Series offers additional benefits that are equally important, including:

  • High-Speed nLOS and NLOS Access: The Canopy 400 Series uses powerful OFDM (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing) technology to deliver exceptional nLOS/NLOS coverage with solutions that are able to penetrate foliage and reach around buildings and other obstructions. Results include maximized communications, increased productivity, new revenue streams and strengthened bottom lines.

  • High Throughput: The Canopy 400 Series delivers enhanced throughput of up to 21 Mbps supporting today’s most in-demand — but bandwidth-intensive — applications such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), video surveillance, high-speed Internet access, multiple voice connections, and many more.

  • Long Range Connectivity: The Canopy 400 Series extends network connectivity ranges to distances of five miles (eight kilometers) or more per AP cluster, facilitated by higher gain antennas, rate adaptive modulation schemes and longer cyclic prefixes.

  • Cost-Effective Co-Location: Whether you’re a new operator or an existing Canopy network provider, the Canopy 400 Series provides one of the lowest costs of ownership in the industry. For current Canopy users, the 400 Series’ cost-effectiveness is driven by its ability to co-locate with other Canopy equipment to provide either network extension or a network overlay. For new operators, the system provides a globally proven all-outdoor solution, with reduced power consumption, fast, simple deployment, high reliability and low-cost ongoing operation. Motorola’s wi4 Fixed point-to-multipoint Canopy solutions, including the 400 Series, are an integral part of the MOTOwi4™ portfolio of wireless broadband technology, systems, and services
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