High capacity fixed wireless in 11 GHz

Licensed bands are helping to improve public safety with NPX11-HP-3FT.

Tequila, Jalisco backhaul backup

In the city of Guadalajara, on one of the highest points of the city, on the hill of the dovecote, a link was made in the offices of the command control center called C5 of Jalisco for public safety, where the NPX11-HP-3FT antennas were a quick solution for backhaul deployment. They were able to achieve the expected results with a 3-foot dish antenna and are still waiting for the launch of the 4-foot upgrade designed for microwave radios such as the Mimosa B11.

B11 - NP11

The results showed a transmission of 312/780 Mbps, which was more surprising than the fact that the corporation's own spectrum license already showed some interference.

b11 - np11 - netpoint

Quick deployment

One of the advantages was undoubtedly the rapid deployment of the equipment, as there was a growing need to keep a tourist site such as Tequila monitored, as well as having broadband services to further close the digital gap with the NPX11-HP-3FT and B11 from Mimosa and NetPoint.