Technical parameters

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9. Technical parameters

9.1. General parameters

9.1.1. Overview

Tab. 9.1: Parameters 1

        RAy3 Technical parameters 1      
 Type RAy3-17RAy3-24
     
 Band               [GHz]17.10 – 17.3024.00 – 24.25
 Type of duplex traffic FDD (Frequency division duplex)
 ODU units One universal unit
 Bandwidth[MHz]3.5, 5, 7, 10, 14, 20, 28, 40, 56, 80, 100, 112
 Modulation QPSK_S1), QPSK, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, 1024, 2048, 4096 QAM
 ACM yes
 Forward Error Corr. LDPC, RS
 Channels gap [MHz]Flexible, min. 24 MHz between channel edges
or 18 MHz in case of 2 × 112 MHz Bandwidth
     
 User data speed (each direction)[Mbps]2.7 – 1002
detail
 Data speed according to RFC 2544 [Mbps]Up to 987 Mbps
detail
 Latency[μs]268 µs (64 B / 366 Mbps); 313 µs (1518 B / 366 Mbps)
173 µs (64 B / 1002 Mbps); 198 µs (1518 B / 1002 Mbps)
 Sensitivity, BER 10-6[dBm]-99.0 (2.7 Mbps) 
-52.5 (1002 Mbps)
-99.0 (2.7 Mbps) 
-52.5 (1002 Mbps)
detaildetail
     
 Output Power[dBm]-30 to +10-30 to +10
(-30 to -15)2)
 ATPC yes

ver. 1.2

1)Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

2)RF Output power -30 to -15 dBm for all models with variant “R” (e.g. RAy3-24R or RAy3-24NR)

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Tab. 9.2: Parameters 2

        RAy3Technical parameters 2      
User interface RJ451 Gb Eth. (10/100/1000) 1000BASE-T, MTU 10240 bytes3),
recommended cable S/FTP Cat.6, Cat.7
User interface SFP1 Gb Eth. (10/100/1000) 1000BASE-T / 1000BASE-SX / 1000BASE-LX,
MTU 10240 bytes3), user exchangeable SFP, power consumption max. 1.25 W
Service interfaceUSB 2.0, Host-A: USB / WiFi, USB / ETH
SynchronizationSynchronous Ethernet; IEEE-1588v2, Transparent clock
Config. & Manag.Web, CLI, RAy Tools (HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, Telnet)
EncryptionAES 128, 192, 2564)
  
PowerFloating; PoE IEEE 802.3at;
PoE injector (20-60 VDC), DC/RJ45 (20-60 VDC)
Power consumption22.5 W (typ.) – 24.5 W (incl. SFP)
Operating temperature range-30 to +55°C (EN 300 019-1-4, class 4.1.)
Surge immunity4 kV according to EN 61000-4-5
ESD immunity8 kV according to EN 61000-4-2
Mechanical designFOD (Full Outdoor), antenna mounting compatible with RAy1 and RAy2
IP codeIP66 (Ingress Protection)
Dimensions245 × 245 × 160 mm
Weight2.6 kg
AntennaLEAX-RAy, Class3, 0.3–1.2 m, direct mounting (or others, e.g. Jirous)
 
SpectrumEN 300 440 V2.2.1
EMCEN 301 489-1 V2.1.1
EN 301 489-3 V1.6.1
EN 301 489-4 V3.1.1
SafetyEN 62368-1:2014 + A1:2017
FCC / ICCFR 47 part 15 (SQT-RAY3-24) / (24993-RAY324) – for RAy3-24 only

ver. 1.3

3) Model RAy3-24S (produced December 2018 till April 2019) has MTU 2048 bytes. All other models have MTU 10240 bytes.

4) Encryption is possible only with model variants ‘X, ‘S’ and ‘E’. Variants ‘S’ and ‘X’ means the unit is equipped with HW module for encryption acceleration, variants ‘E’ and ‘N’ are not equipped. Variant ‘E’ allows SW encryption, while variant ‘N’ does not allow any encryption to be used.

9.1.2. Link speed

Tab. 9.3: Link speed – raw link

RAy3Radio parameters – Bit Rate [Mbps]
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 2.75.09.5111517192123  
5 3.87.114162125283133  
7 5.8102024313742475257 
10 7.9142733425057647178 
14 1222415065778898109119128
20 1732607294111127142158171185
28 243881105132157181202227249269
40 3454113148185220253283318348377
56 4981169213268319366414459501540
80 69115240303381454521589653713 
100 87145299381479569653736820895 
112 971623344265376377318249181002 

   

ver. 1.2

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

 

Tab. 9.4: Link speed – Ethernet (according to RFC 2544)

 

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

RAy3Link speed [Mbps] for Ethernet frames 64 B / 1518 B / 8960 B
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 2.44.68.8111416182021  
 2.64.79.3111417192123  
 2.64.89.4111417192123  
5 3.56.613152023262931  
 3.66.913162124273033  
 3.67.013162124283133  
7 5.29.81923293439444853 
 5.5102024313641465157 
 5.6102024313742465157 
10 7.3132631404754606773 
 7.7142733425057647178 
 7.8142733425057647178 
14 1121394761728292103112121
 1222415065778798109118128
 1222415065778898109119128
20 1630566888104119133148161174
 1732597293111126141157171184
 1732597293111127141157171185
28 23367699124148170190213234252
 243881105131157180202226248268
 243881105132157180202227248269
40 3250107139174207238267299328352
 3453113147184220252282317347375
 3454113147184220252283317348376
56 4676158200252300345390432471508
 4881168212267318365413458499539
 4881168213267319366413459500540
80 65108226285358428491555615671 
 69115239302380453519587651711 
 69115239303380454520588653712 
100 81136281358451535615692739760 
 86144297380478567651733817892 
 86144298381479568652735820894 
112 91152314393505599688740761762 
 96161333425535635728821916987 
 97161334426536636730823918998 
   

ver. 1.1

9.2. RAy3-17 parameters

9.2.1. Upper/Lower Limits

Tab. 9.5: Frequency limits – 17

  RAy3-17Band Range [GHz]
 Unit LUnit U
 min17.10417.104
max17.29617.296

ver. 1.0

9.2.2. Radio parameters

Tab. 9.6: Radio parameters – 17, BER = 10-6

 

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

RAy3-17Radio parametersBit Rate [Mbps] / RSS [dBm] / MSE [dB] 
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 2.75.09.5111517192123  
 -99.0-94.5-88.5-85.0-82.0-79.0-76.0-73.0-69.5  
 -6.1-9.0-15.2-18.4-21.6-24.9-28.0-31.0-34.6  
5 3.87.114162125283133  
 -97.5-93.0-87.5-84.0-81.0-78.0-75.0-72.0-69.0  
 -6.5-9.0-15.1-18.0-21.3-24.6-27.6-30.7-34.3  
7 5.8102024313742475257 
 -95.5-92.0-86.5-83.0-80.0-77.0-74.0-71.0-67.0-63.0 
 -6.2-8.5-14.4-17.7-20.9-24.2-27.5-30.3-34.6-38.2 
10 7.9142733425057647178 
 -93.5-90.5-85.0-81.5-78.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.0-62.5 
 -7.0-8.5-14.4-17.4-20.5-23.8-26.9-29.7-33.6-37.0 
14 1222415065778898109119128
 -92.0-89.0-83.5-80.0-77.0-74.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-61.5-57.5
 -6.6-8.7-14.3-17.4-20.6-23.6-26.7-29.6-33.3-36.5-40.2
20 1732607294111127142158171185
 -91.5-87.5-82.0-78.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.5-63.5-60.5-57.0
 -6.1-8.7-14.2-17.3-20.2-23.5-26.5-29.3-32.6-35.4-39.1
28 243881105132157181202227249269
 -91.0-88.0-81.5-77.0-74.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-62.0-59.0-56.0
 -5.8-7.2-13.5-17.2-20.1-23.3-26.2-29.2-32.7-35.5-38.7
40 3454113148185220253283318348377
 -89.0-86.0-79.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.5-63.5-60.5-57.5-54.5
 -5.8-7.3-13.6-17.3-20.1-23.3-26.1-29.0-32.4-35.2-38.1
56 4981169213268319366414459501540
 -88.0-84.5-77.5-73.5-70.5-67.5-64.5-61.5-58.5-55.5-52.5
 -5.5-7.3-13.9-17.4-20.2-23.4-26.5-29.3-32.3-35.0-38.2
80 69115240303381454521589653713 
 -86.5-83.0-76.0-72.0-69.0-66.0-63.0-60.0-57.0-54.0 
 -5.5-7.3-13.8-17.5-20.2-23.5-26.5-29.4-32.4-35.0 
100 87145299381479569653736820895 
 -85.5-82.0-75.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-62.0-59.0-56.0-53.0 
 -5.6-7.4-13.7-17.2-20.3-23.3-26.3-29.0-32.2-34.9 
112 971623344265376377318249181002 
 -85.0-81.5-74.5-70.5-67.5-64.5-61.5-58.5-55.5-52.5 
 -5.5-7.3-13.7-17.2-20.3-23.2-26.5-29.1-32.2-35.0 
 User Bit Rate
RSS (Received Signal Strength) for BER 10-6
MSE (Mean Square Error) for BER 10-6
[Mbps]
[dBm]
[dB]

ver. 1.1

9.2.3. ACM switching

Tab. 9.7: ACM switching-17 according to MSE state

RAy3-17MSE degrade [dB] / MSE improve [dB]
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 -10.5-16.7-23.1-23.1-26.4-29.5-32.5-36.1  
 -11.5-17.7-20.9-24.1-27.4-30.5-33.5-37.1  
5 -10.5-16.6-22.8-22.8-26.1-29.1-32.2-35.8  
 -11.5-17.6-20.5-23.8-27.1-30.1-33.2-36.8  
7 -10.0-15.9-22.4-22.4-25.7-29.0-31.8-36.1-39.7 
 -11.0-16.9-20.2-23.4-26.7-30.0-32.8-37.1-40.7 
10 -10.0-15.9-22.0-22.0-25.3-28.4-31.2-35.1-38.5 
 -11.0-16.9-19.9-23.0-26.3-29.4-32.2-36.1-39.5 
14 -10.2-15.8-22.1-22.1-25.1-28.2-31.1-34.8-38.0-41.7
 -11.2-16.8-19.9-23.1-26.1-29.2-32.1-35.8-39.0-42.7
20 -10.2-15.7-21.7-21.7-25.0-28.0-30.8-34.1-36.9-40.6
 -11.2-16.7-19.8-22.7-26.0-29.0-31.8-35.1-37.9-41.6
28 -8.7-15.0-21.6-21.6-24.8-27.7-30.6-34.2-37.0-40.2
 -9.7-16.0-19.8-22.6-25.8-28.7-31.6-35.2-38.2-41.2
40 -8.8-15.1-21.6-21.6-24.8-27.6-30.5-33.9-36.7-39.6
 -9.8-16.1-19.8-22.6-25.8-28.6-31.5-34.9-37.7-40.6
56 -8.8-15.4-21.7-21.7-24.9-28.0-30.8-33.8-36.5-39.7
 -9.8-16.4-19.9-22.7-25.9-29.0-31.8-34.8-37.5-40.7
80 -8.8-15.3-21.7-21.7-25.0-28.0-30.9-33.9-36.5 
 -9.8-16.3-20.0-22.7-26.0-29.0-31.9-34.9-37.5  
100 -8.8-15.2-21.8-21.8-24.7-28.0-30.6-33.7-36.5 
 -9.8-16.2-19.7-22.8-25.7-29.0-31.6-34.7-37.5  
112 -8.8-15.2-21.8-21.8-24.7-28.0-30.6-33.7-36.5 
 -9.8-16.2-19.7-22.8-25.7-29.0-31.6-34.7-37.5  

   

ver. 1.1

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

9.2.4. Frequency tables

Tab. 9.8: Frequency tables 17

     RAy3-17Frequency tables
name                          description
rcinfo17_ISM200_default17.100 – 17.300 GHzdefault table

The microwave link contains one or more frequency tables (called rcinfo), see menu Radio adaptation. Tables are labeled in format <name:version>, e.g.: rcinfo17_ISM200_default:15

9.3. RAy3-24 parameters

9.3.1. Upper/Lower Limits

Tab. 9.9: Frequency limits -24

  RAy3-24Band Range [GHz]
 Unit LUnit U
 min24.00424.004
max24.24624.246

ver. 1.0

9.3.2. Radio parameters

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

Tab. 9.10: Radio parameters -24, BER = 10-6

 

RAy3-24Radio parametersBit Rate [Mbps] / RSS [dBm] / MSE [dB] 
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 2.75.09.5111517192123  
 -99.0-94.5-88.5-85.0-82.0-79.0-76.0-73.0-69.5  
 -6.1-9.0-15.2-18.4-21.6-24.9-28.0-31.0-34.6  
5 3.87.114162125283133  
 -97.5-93.0-87.5-84.0-81.0-78.0-75.0-72.0-69.0  
 -6.5-9.0-15.1-18.0-21.3-24.6-27.6-30.7-34.3  
7 5.8102024313742475257 
 -95.5-92.0-86.5-83.0-80.0-77.0-74.0-71.0-67.0-63.0 
 -6.2-8.5-14.4-17.7-20.9-24.2-27.5-30.3-34.6-38.2 
10 7.9142733425057647178 
 -93.5-90.5-85.0-81.5-78.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.0-62.5 
 -7.0-8.5-14.4-17.4-20.5-23.8-26.9-29.7-33.6-37.0 
14 1222415065778898109119128
 -92.0-89.0-83.5-80.0-77.0-74.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-61.5-57.5
 -6.6-8.7-14.3-17.4-20.6-23.6-26.7-29.6-33.3-36.5-40.2
20 1732607294111127142158171185
 -91.5-87.5-82.0-78.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.5-63.5-60.5-57.0
 -6.1-8.7-14.2-17.3-20.2-23.5-26.5-29.3-32.6-35.4-39.1
28 243881105132157181202227249269
 -91.0-88.0-81.5-77.0-74.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-62.0-59.0-56.0
 -5.8-7.2-13.5-17.2-20.1-23.3-26.2-29.2-32.7-35.5-38.7
40 3454113148185220253283318348377
 -89.0-86.0-79.5-75.5-72.5-69.5-66.5-63.5-60.5-57.5-54.5
 -5.8-7.3-13.6-17.3-20.1-23.3-26.1-29.0-32.4-35.2-38.1
56 4981169213268319366414459501540
 -88.0-84.5-77.5-73.5-70.5-67.5-64.5-61.5-58.5-55.5-52.5
 -5.5-7.3-13.9-17.4-20.2-23.4-26.5-29.3-32.3-35.0-38.2
80 69115240303381454521589653713 
 -86.5-83.0-76.0-72.0-69.0-66.0-63.0-60.0-57.0-54.0 
 -5.5-7.3-13.8-17.5-20.2-23.5-26.5-29.4-32.4-35.0 
100 87145299381479569653736820895 
 -85.5-82.0-75.0-71.0-68.0-65.0-62.0-59.0-56.0-53.0 
 -5.6-7.4-13.7-17.2-20.3-23.3-26.3-29.0-32.2-34.9 
112 971623344265376377318249181002 
 -85.0-81.5-74.5-70.5-67.5-64.5-61.5-58.5-55.5-52.5 
 -5.5-7.3-13.7-17.2-20.3-23.2-26.5-29.1-32.2-35.0 
 User Bit Rate
RSS (Received Signal Strength) for BER 10-6
MSE (Mean Square Error) for BER 10-6
[Mbps]
[dBm]
[dB]

ver. 1.1

9.3.3. ACM switching

Tab. 9.11: ACM switching -24 according to MSE state

RAy3-24MSE degrade [dB] / MSE improve [dB]
Band
width
Modulation
QPSK
_S1)
QPSK16
QAM
32
QAM
64
QAM
128
QAM
256
QAM
512
QAM
1024
QAM
2048
QAM
4096
QAM
MHz
3.5 -10.5-16.7-23.1-23.1-26.4-29.5-32.5-36.1  
 -11.5-17.7-20.9-24.1-27.4-30.5-33.5-37.1  
5 -10.5-16.6-22.8-22.8-26.1-29.1-32.2-35.8  
 -11.5-17.6-20.5-23.8-27.1-30.1-33.2-36.8  
7 -10.0-15.9-22.4-22.4-25.7-29.0-31.8-36.1-39.7 
 -11.0-16.9-20.2-23.4-26.7-30.0-32.8-37.1-40.7 
10 -10.0-15.9-22.0-22.0-25.3-28.4-31.2-35.1-38.5 
 -11.0-16.9-19.9-23.0-26.3-29.4-32.2-36.1-39.5 
14 -10.2-15.8-22.1-22.1-25.1-28.2-31.1-34.8-38.0-41.7
 -11.2-16.8-19.9-23.1-26.1-29.2-32.1-35.8-39.0-42.7
20 -10.2-15.7-21.7-21.7-25.0-28.0-30.8-34.1-36.9-40.6
 -11.2-16.7-19.8-22.7-26.0-29.0-31.8-35.1-37.9-41.6
28 -8.7-15.0-21.6-21.6-24.8-27.7-30.6-34.2-37.0-40.2
 -9.7-16.0-19.8-22.6-25.8-28.7-31.6-35.2-38.2-41.2
40 -8.8-15.1-21.6-21.6-24.8-27.6-30.5-33.9-36.7-39.6
 -9.8-16.1-19.8-22.6-25.8-28.6-31.5-34.9-37.7-40.6
56 -8.8-15.4-21.7-21.7-24.9-28.0-30.8-33.8-36.5-39.7
 -9.8-16.4-19.9-22.7-25.9-29.0-31.8-34.8-37.5-40.7
80 -8.8-15.3-21.7-21.7-25.0-28.0-30.9-33.9-36.5 
 -9.8-16.3-20.0-22.7-26.0-29.0-31.9-34.9-37.5 
100 -8.8-15.2-21.8-21.8-24.7-28.0-30.6-33.7-36.5 
 -9.8-16.2-19.7-22.8-25.7-29.0-31.6-34.7-37.5 
112 -8.8-15.2-21.8-21.8-24.7-28.0-30.6-33.7-36.5 
 -9.8-16.2-19.7-22.8-25.7-29.0-31.6-34.7-37.5 

   

ver. 1.1

1) Stability optimized (stronger) FEC

9.3.4. Frequency tables

Tab. 9.12: Frequency tables 24

     RAy3-24Frequency tables
name                          description
rcinfo24_ISM250_default24.000 – 24.250 GHzdefault table
rcinfo24_ISM250_-9dBm24.000 – 24.250 GHzlimited RF power
rcinfo24_ISM250_-15dBm24.000 – 24.250 GHzlimited RF power
rcinfo24_ISM20024.050 – 24.250 GHz 
rcinfo24_ISM15024.000 – 24.150 GHz 

The microwave link contains one or more frequency tables (called rcinfo), see menu Radio adaptation. Tables are labeled in format <name:version>, e.g.: rcinfo24_ISM250_default:15