Model: B11 (2 UNITS)
The Mimosa B11 backhaul radio is designed for the modern Internet era, adapting instantly to variable upstream and downstream bandwidth requirements. The B11 is fiber-ready – simply add your preferred SFP module and you’ll be lit up with gigabit fiber speeds. If you are not quite ready for fiber, the B11 also comes with a standard Gigabit Power-over-Ethernet connection.
We’ve simplified the licensing process and offer instant visibility into the FCC ULS database to quickly assess surrounding links, providing an early indication of coordination viability. A single B11 can support an entire 10.7 – 11.7 GHz band, maximizing your ability to find a clear, licensable channel.
Our speeds will blow you away. With up to 1.5 Gbps aggregate speed and under 1 ms latency, high performance has never been this affordable. The B11 has the lowest cost per Mpbs in the industry with link distances over 100km.
Carrier grade IP67 design allows the B11 to withstand the harshest of environmental conditions.
Night and Day
The B11 dynamically adapts to bandwidth demand using Auto-TDMA technology, maximizing spectrum utilization throughout the day
Right on Target
We’ve taken the guesswork out of antenna aiming by adding 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi right in the radio, turning any
smartphone into the most sophisticated aiming tool on the planet! You can instantaneously view radio details and target signal levels with the most precise aiming technology in the industry.
Model: JRMC-400-10/11Ra (2 UNITS)
Antenna JRMC – 400 – 10/11 is designed for microwave links at the frequency band 10 and 11 GHz. Precise performance with deep reflector dish complies with standard ETSI class 3.
The antenna is supplied with a holder that allows easy mounting on a mast. The holder can be installed separately on the mast. Subsequently, you can simply hang up the antenna with microwave unit into it. The holder allows precise adjustment in both directions. Ready for right and left side mounting
Deep parabola for better parameters
Easy to assembly: first the holder and then the antenna only by 2 screws
Fine setting elevation (of gradient) and azimuth ± 20°
Extreme wind stability