AXXCELERA LAUNCHES AB-FULL ACCESS SPECTRUM AND DATA SCALABLE BROADBAND WIRELESS SYSTEM
Point-to-Point System Offers Industry's Highest Performance, Flexibility and Reliability SAN JOSE, Calif., Broadband Wireless World 2003 - April 9, 2003 - Axxcelera Broadband Wireless, a Moseley company and premier provider of broadband wireless communications products and technologies, today introduced AB-Full AccessTM, an advanced point-to-point broadband wireless system which provides high capacity transmission for Wide Area Network (WAN) and Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) environments. Axxcelera will be exhibiting AB-Full Access for the first time at the Broadband Wireless World 2003 conference, April 9 and 10, 2003, at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, Calif. - Booth # 214. AB-Full Access is a fixed wireless broadband platform that is spectrum and data rate scalable, enabling service providers and enterprises to trade-off system gain with spectral efficiency and channel availability for optimal network connectivity. It delivers aggregate rates up to 310 Mbps at distances up to 20 miles. It is the first product of its kind to deliver this level of capacity in the Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band. AB-Full Access operates in the 5.725 to 5.850 GHz ISM band and offers the highest system gain on the market today. A common platform supports plug in, scalable 100 Base-TX Ethernet and 155 Mbps OC-3 SONET interfaces. The Ethernet option provides selectable data rates of 25, 50, and 100 Mbps of full duplex or 50, 100 and 200 Mbps aggregate throughput, while the OC-3 option delivers 155 Mbps full duplex or 310 Mbps aggregate throughput. In addition to these two payload options, the system provides auxiliary T1 wayside channels, allowing the extension of PBX connectivity between buildings without additional leased-line costs. "The AB-Full Access system represents Axxcelera's commitment to the development of advanced technologies, such as our single chip modem ASIC, that culminate in a total system solution providing the highest performance in last mile wireless connectivity," said Jamal Hamdani, President and CEO of Axxcelera. Central to AB-Full Access' signal processing technology is its single-chip modem ASIC in the Indoor Unit (IDU). This ASIC provides flexible and programmable modulation, Forward Error Correction (FEC), and adaptive equalization to intelligently operate in challenging network environments. The Outdoor Unit (ODU) includes an integrated antenna with the option of using an external antenna for greater system gain. The system incorporates the AB-Full Access Consecutive Point architecture, which supports a ring configuration providing a self-healing redundancy that is more reliable than traditional point-to-point networks. It also features Adaptive Power Control for automatic transmit power adjustments in response to RF interference and to enable simple or dense network deployments. The AB-Full Access system is the optimal WAN/MAN solution for building-to-building or campus-to-campus network connections, eliminating the cost of trenching and the monthly lease line fees for municipalities, utilities, schools, colleges, universities, hospitals, and service providers. The AB-Full Access system is easy and quick to deploy, providing customers with a nimble solution for their network requirements. About Axxcelera Axxcelera Broadband Wireless is a data networking company that develops technology for the deployment of broadband wireless communications. Axxcelera's fixed broadband wireless platforms bridge the last mile, replacing the local loop for corporate branch office and small business subscribers. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, Calif., Axxcelera is a wholly owned subsidiary of Moseley, a leading designer, manufacturer, and marketer of electronic communications equipment for diversified global telecommunication and broadcast industries. For more information please contact: Jerry Kollmann (480) 820-9270 firstname.lastname@example.org
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