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Stratex announces extension to nodal transmission system.

Stratex Networks, Inc., a provider of wireless transmission solutions, has announced Eclipse Quattro, a new ultra-high capacity extension to the Eclipse nodal transmission system. Eclipse Quattro extends super-PDH capacities introduced in Stratex's Eclipse platform to provide up to 256 E1 circuits or 336 DS1 circuits, SDH/SONET transmission up to 4x155Mbps/622Mbps, and Fast and Gigabit Ethernet data transport. Eclipse Quattro is fully compatible with the Eclipse platform and the ProVision V element management system. Eclipse Quattro also introduced cross-polar interference cancellation (XPIC) to allow the same frequency to be re-used on a link, doubling the amount of carried traffic using a single frequency pair, to optimize the use of scarce frequency resources. Quattro can enable Concentric Ring network architectures so operators can build nested, ultra-high capacity, self-healing rings with built-in traffic adds and drops. All functions are contained in Eclipse Quattro wireless nodes without requiring external multiplexers or switches. Utilizing the same indoor node and out-door unit components from the existing Eclipse platform, Quattro brings together trunk and access wireless systems into an integrated network solution that streamlines deployment and simplifies maintenance and spares holding.

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Publication:Customer Interaction Solutions
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2004
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