Cambium ePMP Force 130 5GHz Integrated Radio 14 dBi Subscriber Module - RoW US Power Cord
Wireless service providers and enterprises around the globe are challenged to deliver reliable connectivity in overcrowded RF environments. As spectrum increasingly becomes a scarce commodity, finding the right broadband connectivity solution is vital for all low and high density types of deployments.
- Cambium Networks’ ePMP™ Force 130 is an affordable subscriber module particularly well-suited for markets where price is key.
- The ePMP Force 130 is designed to operate in high interference environments and provides throughput of up to 140 Mbps with bi-directional traffic of real user data.
- Configurable Modes of operation ensure robust adaptivity to both symmetrical and asymmetrical traffic while providing high performance and low round-trip latency.
- QoS management offers outstanding quality for triple play services – VoIP, video and data and provides three levels of traffic priority.
- The ePMP Force 130 is available in both 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz options. (See 2.4 GHz spec sheet for additional details on that band.) • Installation is a breeze for pole and wall mounting.
- The ePMP Force 130 is compatible with ePMP 1000 and ePMP 2000 Access Points. It also inter-operates with the ePMP 3000 in backwards compatible 802.11n mode.
- The ePMP Force 130 is available in EMEA, CALA and APAC regions where type approved. It is NOT avaialble in North America.
- MAC (Media Access Control) Layer Cambium Proprietary
- Physical Layer 2x2 MIMO/OFDM
- Ethernet Interface 10/100 BaseT
- Protocols Used IPv4, IPv6, UDP, TCP, IP, ICMP, SNMPv2c, HTTPs, STP, SSH, 24V POE, IGMP Snooping
- Network Management HTTPs, SNMPv2c, SSH
- VLAN 802.1Q with 802.1p priority
- Channel Spacing Configurable on 5 MHz increments
- Frequency Range 5150- 5970 MHz
- Channel Width 5 | 10 | 20 | 40 MHz
- ARQ Yes
- Nominal Receive Sensitivity (w/FEC) @20 MHz Channel MCS0 -88 dBm to MCS15 = -70 dBm at MCS7 for 20 MHz
- Nominal Receive Sensitivity (w/FEC) @40 MHz Channe MCS0 = -86 dBm to MCS15 = -68 dBm at MCS7 for 40 MHz
- Modulation Levels(Adaptive) MCS0 (BPSK) to MCS15 (64QAM 5/6)
- Quality of Service Three level priority (Voice, High, Low) with packet classification by DSCP, COS, VLAN ID, IP & MAC Address, Broadcast, Multicast and Station Priority
- Transmit Power Range +3 to 28 dBm (combined, to regional EIRP limit) (1 dB interval)
- Antenna Gain 14 dBi