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AIRAYA 5.47-5.72 GHz WirelessGRID Bridges for Secure, Wireless Multipoint and Backhaul Networks Receive ETSI CE Type-Approval

9/23/05 - AIRAYA Corp. announced that it is now shipping CE type-approved 5.47-5.72 GHz outdoor bridges.

AIRAYA WirelessGRID bridges enable video, data, and voice services to be easily extended and integrated into areas where E1/T1 data links and IP landline solutions are not feasible or cost-prohibitive. Whether it’s a hotspot, a high-speed backhaul link, or a metropolitan multipoint network, WirelessGRID bridges enable rapid deployment of advanced video, data and IP voice services.

“The international market requires conformance with ITU/ETSI specifications. Our new 5.4GHz WirelessGRID bridges are tested and certified to fulfill these requirements, and provide a robust, secure, fast and affordable wireless multipoint or backhaul network infrastructure for IP video, data, and voice services. AIRAYA WirelessGRID bridges deliver significant performance and design advantages over competing solutions, while providing exceptional value to customers’ worldwide.” said Mike Nydam, President and CEO of AIRAYA.

WirelessGRID outdoor point-to-multipoint bridges for 5.4-5.72 GHz ETSI CE compliant networks WirelessGRID point-to-multipoint products come in base station, repeater, or subscriber unit configurations, and are offered as separate components for wireless network builders.

  • AI108-4958-BSU-CE Outdoor base station (BSU) w/150ft. remote power/signal cable, 1 x N-type female connector
  • AI108-4958-OSU-CE Outdoor subscriber unit w/150ft. remote power/signal cable, 23 dBi antenna.
  • AI108-4958-SU-CE Indoor subscriber unit w/25ft. RF cable, 23 dBi outdoor antenna
  • AI108-4958-ON2-CE Outdoor base station/repeater w/150ft. remote power/signal cable, 2 x N-type female connectors

Outdoor backhaul bridge kits are offered as complete kits for rapid deployment. Each kit includes two outdoor units, two indoor units, and all the cabling and mounting hardware needed to quickly establish a WirelessGRID link between two locations.

  • AI108-4958-O-050-CE Outdoor backhaul kit with 50 ft remote power/signal cables. 23 dBi antennas
  • AI108-4958-O-150-CE Outdoor backhaul kit with 150 ft remote power/signal cables. 23 dBi antennas
  • AI108-4958-O-300-CE Outdoor backhaul kit with 300 ft remote power/signal cables. 23 dBi antennas
  • AI108-4958-ON-150-CE Outdoor backhaul kit with 150 ft remote power/signal cables. N-type female connector, No antennas WirelessGRIDTM indoor backhaul bridges/kits for 5.4-5.72 Ghz ETSI CE compliant networks (for use with outdoor antennas and RF cables)

Indoor backhaul bridges for use with outdoor antennas and RF cables are offered as complete kits for rapid deployment, or as separate components for wireless network builders. Indoor backhaul kits include two indoor bridge units, two outdoor antennas, and the cabling and antenna mounting hardware needed to quickly establish a WirelessGRID link between two or more locations.

AI108-4958-Kit-CE complete backhaul kit includes 2 AI108-4958-1-CE’s AI108-4958-1-CE AI108-4958-N-CE, 25 ft RF cable, 23 dBi antenna w/mounting bracket AI108-4958-N-CE Radio bridge only. N-type female connector, no antenna, no cable

Pricing for CE conformant WirelessGRIDTM products can be found in the online ordering guide located on the company's website at: www.airaya.com/products/CE_Ordering_Guide.htm. WirelessGRID bridges operating in 5.47GHz to 5.72 GHz are available now and shipping to customer worldwide.


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