PTP 800 Split-Mount Solution Specification Sheet

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TMPTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00PTP 800 SPLIT-MOUNTSOLUTIONLICENSED ETHERNET MICROWAVE FOR MULTI-SERVICE NETWORKSCambium Point-to-Point (PTP) 800 Licensed EthernetMicrowave Solutions can efficiently and affordablytransport the data, voice and video that your bandwidthintensive applications require without having to contendwith other communicators in your radio-frequency (RF) band.SPLIT-MOUNT ARCHITECTUREWithin our PTP 800 family of products, we offer twoarchitectures, a split-mount architecture and an all-indoorarchitecture. In this Specification Sheet, we detail thespecifics of our Split-Mount systems. For informationon our PTP 800i All-Indoor system, refer to the PTP 800iSpecification Sheet.Our PTP 800 Split-Mount systems operate in the 6 to 38 GHzlicensed bands, at up to 368 Mbps throughput1 (full duplex),and with user-configured channel bandwidths from 7 to80 MHz. When deployed, the outdoor radio unit (ODU) andantenna are mounted on a tower or rooftop and connectedvia cable to the Compact Modem Unit (CMU) located insideyour building or equipment housing unit.Within the split-mount platform, you can choose betweenour Standard ODU-A or our High Performance ODU-B.ODU-A is available in 6 to 38 GHz frequencies, while theHigh Performance ODU-B is available in the 11, 18 and 23GHz bands. The ODU-B offers higher transmit power, lowerpower consumption, and lighter weight when comparedwith the ODU-A. In addition, our NTIA-compliant 7 and 8GHz models support DoD and non-DoD applications withinthe U.S. Federal Government.COST-EFFICIENT SCALABILITYWith upgradeable capacity from 10 Mbps to full capacityvia software key, PTP 800 systems offer exceptional costefficiency and scalability, allowing you to purchase only thecapacity you need today and add capacity as your needsgrow. Whether your organization is a carrier, service provider,utility company, municipality, public safety organization,government agency or corporate enterprise, PTP 800 radioswill provide you with high-performance, ultra-reliableconnectivity and backhaul.

RADIO TECHNOLOGYODU-A RF bands2L6 GHz Band: 5.925 – 6.425 GHzU6 GHz Band: 6.425 – 7.100 GHz7 GHz Band: 7.125 – 7.9 GHz8 GHz Band: 7.725 – 8.47 GHz11 GHz Band: 10.7 – 11.7 GHz13 GHz Band: 12.75 – 13.25 GHz15 GHz Band: 14.4 – 15.35 GHz18 GHz Band: 17.7 – 19.7 GHz23 GHz Band: 21.2 – 23.6 GHz26 GHz Band: 24.25 – 26.5 GHz28 GHz Band: 27.5 – 29.5 GHz32 GHz Band: 31.8 – 33.4 GHz38 GHz Band: 37.0 – 40.0 GHzODU-B RF bands211 GHz Band: 10.7– 11.7 GHz18 GHz Band: 17.7– 19.7 GHz23 GHz Band: 21.2– 23.6 GHzChannel size Configurable from 7 to 80 MHzMaximum Tx power330 dBmBest Rx sensitivity4-90.9 dBmModulationQPSK to 256 QAMFixed mode or Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM)Error correctionLow Density Parity Check (LDPC) codeDuplex schemeFDDSecurity and encryption Proprietary air interfaceOptional FIPS-197 compliant 128/256-Bit AES EncryptionOptional FIPS 140-25Authenticated SNTPETHERNET BRIDGINGProtocolIEEE 802.3802.1p/1Q (served by 8 queues)802.1ad (Q-in-Q)Frame sizeUp to 9600 bytesUser data throughput6 10 to 368 Mbps at the Ethernet (full duplex); use our Cambium PTP LINKPlanner todetermine actual throughput for the deploymentQoS8 Queues by VLAN tag, Layer 3 DSCP and TCLatencyTo 115 µs @ full capacity with 64 bytesUser traffic interface100 / 1000 Base T (RJ-45) – auto MDI/MDIX, 1000 Base SX and LX optionsMANAGEMENT & INSTALLATIONNetwork managementInband and out-of-bandSystem managementIPv6/IPv4 dual-stack management supportWeb access via browser using HTTP or HTTPS/TLS7SNMP v1, v2c, v3, MIB II, and proprietary PTP MIBCambium Wireless Manager, release 3.0 or higherMotorola ASTRO Unified Event Manager (UEM)Remote authentication using RADIUS and syslogOut-of-band interface10 / 100 Base T (RJ-45)InstallationODU – RSSI output assistance for link alignmentConnection IF cable between outdoor unit (ODU) and compact modem unit (CMU);distance up to 1000 ft. (300 meters) using the LMR600 cable;630 ft. (190 meters) is achievable with the CNT400 IF cablePTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00PAGE 2

PHYSICALPhysical configurationDimensionsWeightWind speed survivalPower sourcePower consumptionSplit mount – Compact Modem Unit (CMU) and Outdoor Unit (ODU)ODU: Diameter 10.5” (26.7 cm), Depth 3.5” (8.9 cm)CMU: Width 7.1” (18.0 cm), Height 1.4” (3.5 cm), Depth 8.7” (22.0 cm)ODU-A: 10.1 lbs (4.6 kg)ODU-B: 8.6 lbs (3.9 kgCMU: 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg)ODU: 150 mph (242 kph)-48V DC (-40.5V DC to -60V DC)ODU-A – 1 0 Configuration (per end)ODU-B – 1 0 Configuration (per end)6 11 GHz: 71 Watts maximum11 GHz:58 Watts maximum13 38 GHz: 62 Watts maximum18, 23 GHz: 56 Watts maximumODU-A – 1 1 ConfigurationODU-B – 1 1 Configuration(2 ODUs 2 CMUs per end)(2-ODUs 2-CMUs per end)6 11 GHz: 122 Watts maximum11 GHz:98 Watts maximum13 38 GHz 114 Watts maximum18, 23 GHz: 98 Watts maximumENVIRONMENTAL & REGULATORYOperating temperatureOutdoor Unit: -27 to 131 F (-33 to 55 C) – EN 300 019-1-4Compact Modem Unit: -27 to 131 F (-33 to 55 C) – EN 300 019-1-3HumidityOutdoor Unit: Up to 100%Compact Modem Unit: Up to 95%, non-condensingSafetyUL 60950; IEC 60950; EN 60950; CSA 22.2 No. 60950EMCUSA: FCC Part 15, Class BEurope: EN 301 489-1 and EN 301 489-4Radio standardETSI Harmonized Standard EN 302 217-2-2FCC Regulation Title 47, Part 101Industry Canada Specification RSS-GEN and relevant SRSP Specifications368 Mbps maximum throughput requires a 56 MHz channel and 256 QAM which may not be available in certain regions due to regulatoryrestrictions.1 Regulatory conditions for RF bands may vary by geographic location and should be confirmed prior to system purchase.2 Transmit power depends on frequency, modulation and regulations (ETSI/FCC).3 Receive sensitivity depends on frequency, channel bandwidth and modulation (-90.9 dBm is based on an 11 GHz model with 7 MHz channelbandwidth and the QPSK mode).4 FIPS 140-2 certification status may be confirmed at: l5 User throughput depends on the configuration of channel bandwidth, modulation and capacity license key. Radios ship with factory-set10 Mbps throughput capacity cap; additional capacity may be purchased at time of order or anytime after deployment. Full capacity is notavailable for all combinations of bands and regulations.6 Web access via HTTPS/TLS is available on AES-enabled radios.7 PTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00PAGE 3

Radio ConfigurationFrequency(GHz)L6U67811ETSI / ETSI / ETSI / ETSI /StandardFCCFCCNTIANTIAFrequency5.925 6.425 7.125 7.725 Range (GHz)6.4257.1007.98.47T/R Spacing160252.04300360(MHz)170FC ChannelC 29.651315182326ETSI /NTIA14.4 15.35ETSI /FCC17.7 19.7ETSI /FCC21.2 23.6ETSI /FCC24.25 SI /FCC10.7 11.7490500RF ChannelSelectionSystemConfigurationETSI12.75 13.252832ETSIETSI27.5 29.531.8 33.4PTP 800Family of Products38ETSI /FCC37.0 40.0700105010088127142856714285612607142856PTP L6800L6 GHzPTP U6800U6 GHzPTP 078007 GHzPTP 088008 GHzPTP 1180011 GHzPTP 1380013 GHzPTP 1580015 GHzPTP 1880018 GHzPTP 2380023 GHzPTP 2680026 GHzPTP 2880028 GHzPTP 3280032 GHzPTP 3880038 GHzVia Web GUI1 0, 1 1 HSB, 1 1 HSB/SD and 2 0ATPCRange (dB)Transmit Power Control – Adaptive,lower power limit varies with RF band down to 1dBm minimum.User Ethernet Data Throughput – ODU-A and ODU-BMaximum Throughput – Mbps (1518 Bytes/Frame)Channel Bandwidth (MHz)Modulation713.751427.528/29.65 95556/60/801020304050256 QAM-H256 QAM-L128 /A113.6102.2N/A236.7206.9N/A301.6258.664 7.432 QAM16 58.540.328.5N/A177.4155.1130.4 0.5103.765.7Transmit Power – ODU-AMaximum Transmit Power –ETSI (dBm)ModulationMaximum Transmit Power –FCC (dBm)Frequency (GHz)Frequency (GHz)6, 7, 81113, 151823, 26283238L67, 8111823, 2638QPSK8PSK16 022.019.064 QAM128 QAM256 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00The 80 MHz channel width isavailable only on the 11 GHzand 18 GHz ODU-B.8 For Upper 6 GHz only,30 MHz capacity is equal to28 MHz capacity.9 135.5 Mbps is available inLower 6 GHz.10 PAGE 4

Receive Sensitivity – ODU-ABER 1e-6ReceiveSensitivity@ 56/60 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 55 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 50 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 40 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 30 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 28/29.65 11 MHzchannel(dBm)ModulationFrequency (GHz)6, 7, 81113, 151823, 26283238256 QAM-H-63.2N/A-63.7N/A-63.2-62.7-62.2-61.2256 QAM-L-65.1N/A-65.6N/A-65.1-64.6-64.1-63.1128 QAM-67.8N/A-68.3N/A-67.8-67.3-66.8-65.864 QAM-70.8N/A-71.3N/A-70.8-70.3-69.8-68.832 QAMAN/AAN/AA-72.9-72.4A16 AQPSKAN/A-83.5N/A-83.0-82.5-82.0-81.0256 QAM-HN/AN/AN/A-63.8N/AN/AN/AN/A256 QAM-LN/AN/AN/A-65.7N/AN/AN/AN/A128 QAMN/AN/AN/A-68.4N/AN/AN/AN/A64 QAMN/AN/AN/A-71.4N/AN/AN/AN/A32 QAMN/AN/AN/AAN/AN/AN/AN/A16 /AN/AQPSKN/AN/AN/A-83.6N/AN/AN/AN/A256 QAM-65.3N/AN/A-65.8-65.3N/AN/A-62.3128 QAM-68.5N/AN/A-69.0-68.5N/AN/A-65.564 QAM-71.5N/AN/A-72.0-71.5N/AN/A-68.532 QAM-73.8N/AN/A-74.3-73.8N/AN/A-70.816 /A-80.7256 QAM-66.8-67.3N/A-67.3-66.8N/AN/AN/A128 QAM-69.5-70.0N/A-70.0-69.5N/AN/AN/A64 QAM-71.9-72.4N/A-72.4-71.9N/AN/AN/A32 QAM-74.0-74.5N/A-74.5-74.0N/AN/AN/A16 AN/AN/A256 QAM-67.8-68.5N/A-68.5-68.0N/AN/AN/A128 QAM-70.7-71.2N/A-71.2-70.7N/AN/AN/A64 QAM-73.0-74.2N/A-74.2-73.7N/AN/AN/A32 QAM-76.3-76.8N/A-76.8-76.3N/AN/AN/A16 AN/AN/A256 QAM-68.2N/A-68.7N/A-68.2-67.7-67.2-66.2128 QAM-70.9N/A-71.4N/A-70.9-70.4-69.9-68.964 QAM-73.9N/A-74.4N/A-73.9-73.4-72.9-71.932 QAM-76.4N/A-76.9N/A-76.4-75.9-75.4-74.416 -84.1PTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00NOTE:“A” indicates frequenciesthat are supported only inthe ACM mode.For Upper 6 GHz only,30 MHz capacity is equal to28 MHz capacity.11 PAGE 5

Receive Sensitivity – ODU-A (continued)BER 1e-6ReceiveSensitivity@ 27.5 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 20 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 14 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 13.75 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 10 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 7 MHzchannel(dBm)ModulationFrequency (GHz)6, 7, 81113, 151823, 26283238256 QAMN/AN/AN/A-68.8N/AN/AN/AN/A128 QAMN/AN/AN/A-71.5N/AN/AN/AN/A64 QAMN/AN/AN/A-74.5N/AN/AN/AN/A32 QAMN/AN/AN/A-77.0N/AN/AN/AN/A16 /AN/AQPSKN/AN/AN/A-86.7N/AN/AN/AN/A256 QAM-69.9N/AN/A-70.4-69.9N/AN/AN/A128 QAM-72.0N/AN/A-72.5-72.0N/AN/AN/A64 QAM-75.4N/AN/A-75.9-75.4N/AN/AN/A32 QAM-77.8N/AN/A-78.3-77.8N/AN/AN/A16 A128 QAM-73.5N/A-74.0N/A-73.5-73.0-72.5-71.564 QAM-75.8N/A-76.3N/A-75.8-75.3-74.8-73.832 QAM-77.8N/A-78.3N/AA-77.3-76.8A16 AAAQPSK-87.4N/A-87.9N/A-87.4-86.9-86.4-85.4128 QAMN/AN/AN/A-74.0N/AN/AN/AN/A64 QAMN/AN/AN/A-76.4N/AN/AN/AN/A32 QAMN/AN/AN/A-78.4N/AN/AN/AN/A16 /AN/AQPSKN/AN/AN/A-88.0N/AN/AN/AN/A128 QAM-74.2-74.6N/A-74.6-74.1N/AN/A-71.264 QAM-77.4-77.9N/A-77.9-77.4N/AN/A-74.432 QAM-80.0-79.9N/A-79.8-79.4N/AN/A-77.016 .0N/AN/A-87.0128 QAM-76.5N/A-77.0-77.0-76.5-76.0-75.5-74.564 QAM-78.8N/A-79.3-79.3-78.8-78.3-77.8-76.832 QAMN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A16 9-89.4-88.4PTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00PAGE 6

Transmit Power – ODU-BReceive Sensitivity – ODU-BMaximum TransmitPower – FCC (dBm)ModulationBER 1e-6Frequency (GHz)111823QPSK8PSK16 QAM20. QAM20.023.023.064 QAM128 QAM256 itivity@ 80 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 50 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 40 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 30 MHzchannel(dBm)ReceiveSensitivity@ 20 MHzchannel(dBm)For more information, refer to theCambium PTP 800 Series Brochure orvisit 10 MHzchannel(dBm)ModulationFrequency (GHz)111823256 QAM-H-63.7-63.7N/A256 QAM-L-65.6-65.6N/A128 QAM-68.3-68.3N/A64 QAM-71.3-71.3N/A32 QAM-74.1-74.1N/A16 256 QAMN/A-65.8-65.3128 QAMN/A-69.1-68.664 QAMN/A-72.1-71.632 QAMN/A-74.5-74.016 256 QAM-67.1-67.1-66.6128 QAM-70.1-70.1-69.664 QAM-72.6-72.6-72.132 QAM-74.5-74.5-74.016 2-84.7256 QAM-68.2-68.2-67.7128 QAM-71.4-71.4-70.964 QAM-73.6-73.6-73.132 QAM-77.2-77.2-76.716 3-85.8256 QAMN/A-70.2-69.7128 QAMN/A-72.7-72.264 QAMN/A-75.9-75.432 QAMN/A-78.4-77.916 128 QAM-74.7-74.7-74.264 QAM-77.9-77.9-77.432 QAM-80.5-80.5-80.016 5-90.0PTP 800 SPECIFICATION SHEET from Release 06-00TMPAGE 7www.cambiumnetworks.comCambium Networks and the stylized circular logo are trademarks of Cambium Networks, Ltd. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Copyright 2013PTP 800 06-00 SS 100413NOTE:While the informationpresented herein is, to thebest of our knowledge,true and accurate, theinformation provided inthis document is subjectto change without notice.

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