RADWIN, a provider of Backhaul and Broadband Wireless solutions, recently announced that its RADWIN 5000 point-to-multipoint and RADWIN 2000 point-to-point solutions for SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) water control have been deployed by a large Regional Utility Authority in Texas.
JTS, a full-service company based in Texas, was in charge of project design and implementation.
The RADWIN 5000 high-capacity Point-to-Multipoint (HPMP) solution delivers up to 250 Mbps per sector. It is the ideal choice for last mile enterprise connectivity, high-end applications that require guaranteed bandwidth per subscriber and mobile connectivity for vehicles in motion.
Targeting a large market with growing demands for greater capacity, RADWIN 5000 HPMP provides highest base station capacity, greater spectrum efficiency for faster ROI and superb performance in harsh conditions in licensed and unlicensed sub-6 GHz bands.
"This deployment highlights the need of utility companies for high-capacity wireless solutions that will allow them to streamline remote water monitoring and control and manage critical assets,” said Mike Cook, general manager, RADWIN North America. “We are proud to have been chosen as a critical building block of this SCADA communications network and look forward to supporting this regional utility as they continue to expand their network."
The RADWIN 2000 radios deliver high-capacity, long-range connectivity at the industry’s most competitive prices, and comply with worldwide regulations and industry standards. Compact and robust, RADWIN 2000 products provide Ethernet and native TDM (up to 16 E1s/T1s), enabling seamless migration from TDM to all-IP networks.
They are deployed globally by leading cellular carriers and service providers as well as public and private networks.
"RADWIN's solutions were the ideal fit for this project, delivering the high capacity required at the right price point,” said Justin Montelongo, JTS Project Manager. “RADWIN's radios also offer a unique Multiband feature which supports multiple bands in the same radio, enabling the regional utility to use the 5.8 GHz band until 4.9 GHz licensing is approved. The regional utility is happy with the performance of RADWIN's radios and intends on using them in the future for video monitoring of its critical sites."
Edited by Braden Becker