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    PTP Solutions Guide Motorola Fixed Point-to-Point Wireless Bridges...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Motorola PTP 500 Series Products and Part Numbers Motorola PTP 600 Series Products and Part Numbers Motorola PTP 300, PTP 500 and PTP 600 Series Accessories Motorola PTP-LPU Kits and Part Numbers Appendix A: Specifications for 5.4 GHz PTP 200 Series Solutions Appendix A: Specifications for 5.4 and 5.8 GHz PTP 300 Series Solutions...

  • Page 3: Introduction

    Introduction The purpose of this document is to equip Motorola account teams and sales channel with the information needed to communicate the features and benefits of the Motorola Fixed Point-to-Point Wireless Solutions. This is a living document that acts as a central point of reference for all marketing collateral. It is permissible to extract certain sections or subsections that apply to specific customer situations and incorporate them into sales collateral materials.

  • Page 4: Solutions Overview

    • Best-in-class radios with the highest system gain in their class Accessories: In addition to its point-to-point radios, Motorola offers the following accessory items for use with PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 bridges: • point-to-point Lightning protection Unit (pTp-LpU): The cost-effective PTP-LPU is designed to shield PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 radios from sudden power surges induced by electromagnetic activity (lightning).

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    Solutions Overview continued Motorola Wireless Broadband: All Fixed Point-to-Point Wireless Ethernet Bridges are part of Motorola’s portfolio of Wireless Broadband solutions that help service providers and network operators improve communications, increase efficiency and enhance customer and public service. All point-to-point Wireless Ethernet Bridges can operate as stand- alone systems or integrate easily with the other solutions in the Wireless Broadband portfolio to provide the right solution or combination of solutions for the individual applications and environment.

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    Series bridges. Now growing and budget-constrained service providers and enterprises have an affordable, high performance alternative for obstructed and high interference environments. With the same award- winning combination of technologies that made Motorola the leader in the unlicensed Ethernet bridge market, PTP 300 bridges provide class-leading connectivity, even in obstructed and high-interference environments.

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    Solutions Overview continued pTp 400 Series Solutions: The PTP 400 Series wireless Ethernet bridges operate in the 4.9 GHz licensed band and the 5.4 GHz unlicensed frequencies, delivering proven, cost-effective, secure, carrier-grade broadband access when and where it is needed. There are several models available within the PTP 400 Series to meet a variety of customer requirements: pTp 400 Series* Max.

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    Solutions Overview continued When connectivity requirements call for mid-range throughput, the PTP 500 Integrated systems are an excellent alternative for service providers and enterprises, delivering carrier-class, high-speed performance at distances up to 50 miles (80.5 km) in virtually any environment. With up to 155 miles (250 km) reach, the Connectorized model combines all the innovative technology found in the Integrated version with the high-gain advantage of external antennas, providing high-performance connectivity across extremely long distances and challenging environments.

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    It is important to note that governmental authorities in the US, Canada and EU have imposed power restrictions on 5.4 GHz radios. Motorola’s PTP 54300, PTP 54400, PTP 54500 and PTP 54600 bridges comply with those power restrictions, providing solutions that are particularly well suited for: •...

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    The PTP 100 and PTP 200 Series solutions are manufactured to meet our high quality standards. Even with such attention to quality, hardware components can fail sometimes due to a variety of severe situations. In response to such situations, Motorola provides the following hardware and software warranties to support its PTP 100 and 200 solutions:...

  • Page 11: Motorola Ptp 300, 400, 500 And 600 Warranties

    To activate a standard warranty, go to www.motorola.com/ptp. At the time of equipment purchase or prior to the end of the 12-month standard warranty, Motorola recommends that organizations purchase one of the following Extended Warranties to receive upgraded...

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    Summary Motorola PTP products have an array of features that enable network architects to meet service requirements at the lowest cost. These families of products complement Motorola’s Point-to-Multipoint (PMP), WiMAX, Mesh and Indoor solutions, giving network operators a wide variety of solutions that can be tailored to meet specific requirements.

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    Metro WiFi networks • Excellent alternative for WISPs and ISPs with low-capacity requirements • Easy and quick deployment • Proven, time-tested Motorola technology pTp 00 Series: • Data rates up to 21 Mbps • Integrated models connect at distances up to 5 miles (8km) •...

  • Page 14: Key Ptp 300, 400, 500 And 600 Selling Points

    Key pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Selling points Remove System Bottlenecks in the Network with Increased Throughput pTp 54300 and 58300: • Up to 25 Mbps – aggregate throughput pTp 54400 Lite: • Up to 21 Mbps - aggregate throughput (30 Mbps - signaling rate) •...

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    • Fast, cost-effective deployment for disaster recovery and temporary services • Combine T1/E1 and Ethernet ports in a single radio • Backhaul traffic from Motorola Point-to-Multipoint, WiMAX and Mesh networks • Provide 2.5 GHz license holders with high-throughput, spectrally-efficient connectivity to deliver the richest educational applications reliably (PTP 25600 2.5 GHz system)

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    Series, PTP 500 Series Lite, PTP 600 Series, PTP 600 Series Lite – each available in two versions – Integrated or Connectorized • PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series systems integrate with Motorola’s Fixed Point-to-Multipoint (Canopy ), Mesh, WiMAX and Indoor networks ®...

  • Page 17: Ptp 300, 400, 500 And 600 Value Proposition

    300, 400, 500 and 600 Value proposition Motorola PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series solutions deliver unique and exciting opportunities to different markets. MARKET OppORTUNITy uction Rural Carriers Grow subscriber networks by establishing service in distant locations with a single, wireless backhaul link.

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    PTP 500 and 600 Series (105 Mbps or 300 Mbps respectively) via a software activation key. Using the Motorola PTP LINKPlanner, an operator can simulate and optimize link performance before deploying a PTP 300, 400, 500 or 600 link by fine tuning a number of factors to instantly see the effect on link performance.

  • Page 19: Ptp 100 Products

    pTp 100 products Designed for line-of-sight applications, PTP 100 (previously known as the Canopy BH10 and Canopy BH ® 20) solutions have an array of modules that enable network architects to meet service requirements at extremely low cost. The units complement the Canopy Point-to-Multipoint products, providing network operators a wide variety of line-of-sight solutions that can be tailored their specific requirements, including rural, remote and campus connectivity, temporary services, emergency communications, video surveillance, distance learning, telemedicine, banking and backbone operations for metropolitan WiFi networks.

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    pTp 00 product Description (continued) Power Supply for Power Supply for stand-alone systems stand-alone systems (EMEA power requirements) (U.S. power requirements) Surge Suppressor 600 Cluster Management Module for backhaul systems Operating in the 5.4 GHz band at Ethernet data rates up to 21 Mbps, PTP 200 Series links are designed to securely transport data, voice and video communications across nLOS and LOS paths.

  • Page 21: Ptp 300, 400, 500 And 600 Product Descriptions

    The Connectorized versions connect to an external antenna (purchased separately). An external antenna increases signal gain, and, therefore, the range and robustness of the link. Use the Motorola PTP LINKPlanner to see whether the Integrated or Connectorized version is more appropriate for a particular application.

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    Key pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Technical Features Regardless of the application, the Motorola PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 systems create a wireless Ethernet link between two points. Each point consists of an indoor unit and an outdoor unit. The two endpoints communicate via radio waves over channels varying in bandwidth between 10 and 12 MHz (PTP 400 Series), 15 MHz (PTP 300 and PTP 500 Series) and 5 and 30 MHz (PTP 600 Series).

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    Key pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Technical Features continued • Built-in Security is provided via a complex proprietary-scrambling mechanism and matched-radios technique that provides excellent over-the-air security for data transmissions. At installation, each outdoor unit comes with the MAC address of the other outdoor unit to which it will connect. The preset addresses enable the system’s security features and allow the two units to communicate only with each other.

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    Key pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Technical Features continued • T1/E1 Capability > A PTP 300, 400 or 500 Series system must be paired with a T1/E1 multiplexer to transport TDM traffic over the bridge; each bridge has a “TDM Mode” that generates a new set of Adaptive Modulation margins, reducing the probability of code-word errors (and hence packet loss);...

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    Key pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Technical Features continued 5.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz Differences: While the 5.8 and 5.4 GHz versions of the PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series solutions share a great number of feature characteristics, there are a few differences between the systems. pTp MODELS BAND MAxIMUM...

  • Page 26: Ptp 400 Series Bridges – Aggregate Ethernet Throughput Rates

    pTp 400 Series Bridges – Aggregate Ethernet Throughput Rates The equipment capability of the PTP 400 Series system is given in Tables 1 and 2. These tables provide the Ethernet throughput rate versus link loss for the 5.4 GHz versions of the PTP 400 Series and the PTP 400 Series Lite bridges in both high-throughput and low-latency modes.

  • Page 27: Ptp 600 Series Bridges – Aggregate Ethernet Throughput Rates

    pTp 600 Series Bridges – Aggregate Ethernet Throughput Rates The equipment capability of the PTP 600 Series system is given in Table 3. It gives the Ethernet throughput rate versus link loss for the 5.8 and 5.4 GHz PTP 600 Series and PTP 600 Series Lite bridges in all modes. Adaptive modulation ensures that the highest throughput that can be achieved instantaneously will be obtained taking propagation and interference into account.

  • Page 28: Ptp Lightning Protection Unit (ptp-lpu) Product Description

    The Motorola Fixed Point-to-Point Lightning Protection Unit (PTP-LPU) is designed to protect a Motorola PTP 300, 400, 500 or 600 Series radio from the harmful effects of power surges induced in the cables by nearby lightning strikes. By grounding the power surges before they can harm the units, the Motorola PTP-LPU gives PTP radios the best protection from the harmful effects of lightning, although 100% protection is neither implied nor possible.

  • Page 29: Memorylink Ultrasync™ Gps-100m Synchronization Unit

    PTP-LPU is required near the base of the tower or wall at the cable entrance point leading to the network to protect the LAN equipment in the building. The Motorola PTP 300/500 LPU End Kit contains one lightning protection unit for use as the external unit to be installed near the base of the tower or wall.

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    Memorylink UltraSync™ GpS-100M Synchronization Unit The Motorola Fixed Point-To-Point (PTP) 600 Series Wireless Ethernet Link consists of a pair of radios deployed one at each end of the link and operates on a single frequency channel in each direction using Time Division Duplex (TDD).

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    Memorylink UltraSync™ GpS-100M continued Motorola has partnered with Memorylink to deploy the Memorylink UltraSync™ GPS-100M in a Motorola Fixed Point-to-Point (PTP) 600 Series network. With its integrated GPS receiver and internally-mounted antenna, the UltraSync GPS-100M generates a precise, time-reference signal that is used by the PTP 600 Series radios to time and synchronize transmit and receive signals.

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    300, 400, 500 and 600 Series Links The PTP LINKPlanner is a new Motorola link planning and optimization tool designed for use with PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series solutions. This tool allows customers to determine link performance characteristics prior to purchase, given certain assumptions about geography, distance, antenna height, transmit power and other factors.

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    pTp LINKplanner for pTp 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series Links continued Sample Network Overview Page Operating range and data throughput are dependent on several factors, including: • Path Length • Antenna height on local or remote site • Obstructions (height and distance) •...

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    Link Estimator. If you have not done so already, you should complete one of Motorola’s live or recorded tutorials as soon as possible, so you can begin using the PTP LINKPlanner tool. You can register for a session at www.motorola.com/ptp.

  • Page 35: Frequently Asked Questions

    What throughput do I get at maximum range? The unique design of the Motorola PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series radios combats interference (leading to higher throughput) while maximizing signal range (through high system gain). Operating range and data throughput of wireless communications are dependent on conditions.

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    ® Flexibility is a key value driver of Motorola solutions. The PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series systems have been designed to interoperate with Canopy AP clusters operating in the same frequency band. There are certain considerations that network operators must make during installation, including frequency allocation, vertical separation and angular direction of the modules.

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    802.3 Ethernet packets destined for the other part of the network and filters packets that it does not need to forward. The system is transparent to higher-level management systems such as VLANs and Spanning Tree. In addition, the PTP 300, 400, 500 and 600 Series systems integrate with Motorola’s Canopy Point-to-Multipoint and MOTOMESH networks.

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    Motorola’s TDD capability in PTP 600 Series solutions uses a timing reference signal provided by a Memorylink UltraSync™ GPS-100M synchronization unit. The UltraSync GPS-100M’s timing reference originates from the atomic clocks on GPS satellites that orbit the earth.

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    FAQs continued Doesn’t my Link Guard All Risk Extended Warranty cover lightning damage to my pTp radios? Yes, the Link Guard All Risk Extended Warranty does cover the cost of replacement for a damaged PTP 300, 400, 500 or 600 radio in the event of a lightning strike. However, because the PTP-LPU can prevent the damage from occurring, you can eliminate the cost of taking down the damaged unit and installing the replacement unit, plus the downtime between the time the radio was damaged and when the replacement unit is installed.

  • Page 40: Motorola Ptp 100 Series Products And Part Numbers

    Motorola pTp 100 Series products and part Numbers Typical Aggregate Typical Description Throughput LOS Range part Number pTp 100 Series .4 GHz: PPTP 24100 Full–AES, High Power ....14.0 Mbps 2 mi (3.2 km) 2401BH20 PTP 24100 Full–AES, High Power, Reflector ....

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    Motorola pTp 00 Series products and part Numbers Motorola pTp 00 Series 5.4 GHz part Numbers PTP 54200 Integrated Link – 56-bit DES Encryption ..........5440BH* PTP 54200 Integrated Link – 128-bit AES Encryption ..........5441BH* PTP 54200 Connectorized Link – 56-bit DES Encryption ..........

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    Motorola pTp 300 Series products and part Numbers Motorola pTp 300 Series 5.8 GHz part Numbers PTP 58300 Full Integrated – Link Complete ............WB3146 PTP 58300 Full Integrated – End Complete ............WB3147 PTP 58300 Full Connectorized – Link Complete ............

  • Page 43: Motorola Ptp 400 Series Products And Part Numbers

    Motorola pTp 400 Series products and part Numbers Motorola pTp 400* Series 5.4 GHz part Numbers PTP 54400 Full Integrated – Link Complete ............BP5430BH-2 PTP 54400 Full Integrated – End Complete ............BP5430BH-1 PTP 54400 Full Connectorized – Link Complete ............

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    Motorola pTp 400 Series products and part Numbers continued Warranties: Purchase includes a 12-month limited equipment warranty and minor software enhancements as they are made available. The 12-month standard hardware warranty provides 30-day repair-and-return terms. Therefore, it is recommended that customers purchase an Extended Warranty to protect the hardware.

  • Page 45: Motorola Ptp 500 Series Products And Part Numbers

    Motorola pTp 500 Series products and part Numbers Motorola pTp 500 Series 5.8 GHz part Numbers PTP 58500 Full Integrated – Link Complete ..........WB2857 PTP 58500 Full Integrated – End Complete ..........WB2861 PTP 58500 Full Connectorized – Link Complete ..........

  • Page 46: Motorola Ptp 600 Series Products And Part Numbers

    Motorola pTp 600 Series products and part Numbers Motorola pTp 600 Series 5.8 GHz part Numbers PTP 58600 Full Integrated – Link Complete ..........BP5830BH-2 PTP 58600 Full Integrated – End Complete ..........BP5830BH-1 PTP 58600 Full Connectorized – Link Complete ..........

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    Motorola pTp 600 Series products and part Numbers continued Warranties: Purchase includes a 12-month limited equipment warranty and minor software enhancements as they are made available. The 12-month standard hardware warranty provides 30-day repair-and-return terms. Therefore, it is recommended that customers purchase an Extended Warranty to protect the hardware.

  • Page 48: Motorola Ptp 300, Ptp 500 And Ptp 600 Series Accessories

    Motorola pTp 300, pTp 500 and pTp 600 Series Accessories Motorola pTp 300, pTp 500 and pTp 600 Series Accessories part Numbers PTP 300/500/600 Series PIDU Plus with AUS Lead ........WB3022 PTP 300/500/600 Series PIDU Plus with EU Lead ........

  • Page 49: Motorola Ptp-lpu Kits And Part Numbers

    Motorola pTp-LpU Kits and part Numbers Motorola pTp Lightning protection Units part Numbers PTP-LPU End Kit PTP 400/600 (2 kits per link): ............WB2907 Kit includes: • Two PTP-LPUs • Mounting hardware • Cables (excluding the drop cable and connection to the user’s network PTP-LPU End Kit PTP 300/500 (2 kits per link): ............

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    Modulation Adapting between QPSK, 16 QAM and 64 QAM Error correction ARQ; FEC (3/4 Reed-Solomon block coding) Physical/MAC layer OFDM 256 FFT / Motorola Canopy proprietary ® performance User data throughput 1X: 7 Mbps, 2X: 14 Mbps, 3X: 21 Mbps (aggregate) Max.

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    Specifications 5.4 and 5.8 GHz Appendix A: pTp 300 Series Solutions Technology Remarks RF band PTP 58300: 5.725 GHz – 5.875 GHz* PTP 54300: 5.470 GHz – 5.725 GHz* Channel size 15 MHz Channel selection By Intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or manual intervention; automatic detection on start-up and continual adaptation to avoid interference Transmit power Varies with modulation mode and settings from -18 dBm to 27 dBm**...

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    Specifications for 5.4 GHz Appendix A: pTp 400 Series Solutions Technology Remarks RF band 5.470 GHz – 5.725 GHz* Channel size 12 MHz Channel selection By intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or manual intervention; automatic detection on start-up and continual adaptation to avoid interference Transmit power Adaptive, varying between 25 dBm and -10 dBm according to modulation selected and radio path**...

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    Specifications for 4.9 GHz Appendix A: pTp 400 Series Solutions Technology Remarks RF band 4.940 GHz–4.990 GHz* Channel size 10 MHz Channel selection By intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or manual intervention Transmit power Adaptive, varying between 23 dBm and -10 dBm according to modulation selected and radio path** System gain Integrated: Between 163 and 134 dB**...

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    Specifications 5.4 and 5.8 GHz Appendix A: pTp 500 Series Solutions Technology Remarks RF band PTP 58500: 5.725 GHz – 5.875 GHz* PTP 54500: 5.470 GHz – 5.725 GHz* Channel size 15 MHz Channel selection By Intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or manual intervention; automatic detection on start-up and continual adaptation to avoid interference Transmit power Varies with modulation mode and settings from -18 dBm to 27 dBm**...

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    Specifications for 5.4 and 5.8 GHz Appendix A: pTp 600 Series Solutions Technology Remarks RF band PTP 58600: 5.725 GHz – 5.875 GHz* (ISM – USA, 5.8 GHz C Band – Europe) PTP 54600: 5.470 GHz – 5.725 GHz* (UNII) Channel size Configurable to 5, 10, 15 or 30 MHz Channel selection...

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    Specifications for .5 GHz Appendix A: pTp 600 Series Solutions Radio Technology Remarks RF band 2.496 – 2.690 GHz* Channel size Configurable to 5, 10, 15 or 30 MHz (30 MHz Channel is not FCC compliant) Channel selection Fixed Frequency (US BRS/EBS Band Plan) Lower Band –...

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    Specifications for 4.5 GHz Appendix A: pTp 600 Series Solutions Radio Technology Remarks RF band 4.4 – 4.6 GHz* Channel size Configurable to 5, 10, 15 or 30 MHz Channel selection By Intelligent Dynamic Frequency Selection (i-DFS) or manual intervention; automatic selection on start-up and continual adaptation to avoid interference;...

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    Specifications for the pTp-LpU Appendix A: Radio Technology Remarks Transfer rate 1000 Base T Connectors RJ 45 Protection mode Line-to-line and line-to-ground Response time 5 nanoseconds Dimensions 6.3” Length (16 cm), 4” (10 cm) Width, 3.5” (9cm) Height Weight 1.5 lbs (700 g) Mounting Pole mount 1-3”...

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    External Antennas Appendix B: Approved for deployment in USA and Canada Gain Flat parabolic Manufacturer Antenna Type (dBi) plate Dish Andrew Andrew 1-foot Flat Panel, FPA5250D12-N (23.6dBi) 23.6 Andrew Andrew 2-foot Flat Panel, FPA5250D24-N (28dBi) Gabriel Gabriel 1-foot Flat Panel, DFPD1-52 (23.5dBi) 23.5 Gabriel Gabriel 2-foot Flat Panel, DFPD2-52 (28dBi)

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    External Antennas continued Gain Flat parabolic Manufacturer Antenna Type (dBi) plate Dish Gabriel Gabriel 6-foot Standard QuickFire Parabolic, QF6-52-N 37.7 Gabriel Gabriel 2-foot Standard Dual QuickFire Parabolic QFD2-52-N 28.4 Gabriel Gabriel 2.5-foot Standard Dual QuickFire Parabolic QFD2.5-52-N 31.1 Gabriel Gabriel 2-foot Standard Dual QuickFire Parabolic QFD2-52-N-RK 28.4 Gabriel...

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