RADWIN's breakthrough WinLink™ 1000 Multiple Point-to-Point
architecture allows service providers and ISPs to provide multiple
end-users with carrier class services (TDM and/or Ethernet) and
dedicated bandwidth from one Hub site.
The Hub site includes RADWIN's unique Hub Site Synchronization (HSS)
technology which synchronizes the transmission of up to 10
collocated WinLink™ 1000 radios - thus eliminating mutual
interference commonly experienced with collocated TDD radios.
It also includes RADWIN's Base Distribution Unit (BDU), a single
indoor device that connects up to 8 collocated radios, while
providing uplink traffic aggregation (TDM and/or Ethernet) and full
layer-2 switching capabilities.
The Multiple-Point-to-Point architecture is ideal for a various
target markets. Today, service providers and ISPs are using RADWIN's
Multiple-Point-to-Point architecture to provide their end-users with
guaranteed dedicated bandwidth.
Private networks such as
enterprises are using the unique Multiple-Point-to-Point deployment
concept to create high-capacity networks where each site enjoys its
own dedicated connection.
The Multiple-Point-to-Point architecture allows service providers to
benefit from a 'pay as you grow' concept, with fixed cost per
connection and low risk in project development and cost.
Deliver dedicated bandwidth per
No degradation in network
performance as more users join the network
Directional antennas less
vulnerable to interferences
Provide combination of TDM +
Low entry costs; Scalability in
Easy planning – no need for radio
Multiple-Point-to-Point Deployment Architecture
WinLink 1000 Product Overview
Base Distribution Unit (BDU) Data Sheet