Access networks and access nodes within them provide a means for individual subscribers to gain access to wide area voice and data networks, including the Internet. There are dozens of types of wireless and wireline access networks based on technologies such as Wi-Fi®, LTE, WiMAX, and DSL.
In most cases, point-to-point microwave radio systems are used to provide backhaul for the access nodes in an access network. In some cases, the requirements of a subscriber -- or, more typically, a collection of subscribers at a single location (premise) – demand the use of a more reliable, high performance means of access. That is where Exalt comes in.
With a variety of easy-to-deploy all-outdoor radio systems capable of transporting anywhere from 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps, Exalt provides network operators with numerous high speed, high reliability access connection alternatives in bands from 2 to 43 GHz.