GoNet Systems is taking part in the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert), 2013, Barcelona, to unveil its Next Generation xRF MIMO Beamforming Access Point (News - Alert) Platforms - GoBeam 7000 and GoBeam 8000.
GoBeam offers both indoor and outdoor deployments with twice to four times the capacity and 90 percent effective noise mitigation. It inherits dual radio beamforming architecture that supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands combined with a directional, automatic channel selection mechanism which enables operators to optimize the frequency utilization.
Company officials say that they have brought in the MIMO xRF Beamforming technology to increases capacity by sending and receiving multiple streams at once.
It effectively reduces the delay spread. The xRF Beamforming technology selects the three best paths. Each one is then handled as a “separate channel,” and individually benefits from the performance advantages of the smart antenna beamforming technology. The channels are aligned, by delaying the relevant ones, in order to reduce the delay between them to less than the 800ns supported by the 802.11n standard.
Now, the company’s latest release GoBeam 7000 indoor access point family and GoBeam 8000 outdoor access point family comes with 120° sector access point and a 360° omni-directional access point.
“The Next Generation Beamforming Platforms are a highly innovative solution designed to improve beamforming performance while reducing the cost. This approach breaks the price barriers, which previously limited the deployment of beamforming solutions,” said Roy Kinamon, VP R&D and co-founder at GoNet Systems. “Based on preliminary market feedback, we are confident about the need for our Next Generation GoBeam platform.”
GoNet Systems claims that its MIMO xRF Beamforming technology is an enabler for 802.11n MIMO in outdoor conditions and without this technology; there could be a long delay that disables the MIMO technology.
Edited by Brooke Neuman