RAy2 – Microwave Link

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1. RAy2 – Microwave Link

The microwave link RAy2 is designed as a high-speed point-to-point wireless bridge for data transmission under the latest requirements of modern wireless transmission equipment.

RAy2 works with an ethernet interface and can be used in backhaul networks as well as a last-mile terminal.The design of microwave link RAy2 reflects effort on meeting the strictest criteria of ETSI standards, particularly for durability against interference, high receiver sensitivity and high output power to achieve maximum link distance. The native gigabit Ethernet interface is able to cope with full speed user data throughput at low latency. High availability of the link (up to 99.999%) is able to be achieved using hitless Adaptive coding and modulation. RAy2 microwave links can also be operated as a Short Range Device (SRD).

The link properties can be summarised as:

  • High data throughput

  • Spectrum effeciency

  • Robustness

  • Security – cofiguration via http, https, ssh

  • User friendly interface, advanced diagnostics

Key technical features see Chapter 11, Technical parameters

[Note]Note

Operation of the RAy2-xx is described in this user manual.
Operation of the RAy11, RAy17 and RAy24 is described in User Manual RAy11,17,24.
Operation of the RAy10 is described in the RAy10 User Manual.