Tsunami QB-8100 High Speed Point-to-Point Wireless Bridge



Tsunami QB-8100 High Speed Point-to-Point Wireless Bridge

The Tsunami™ QB8100 is an incredibly cost-effective, high performance 4G point-to-point (PtP) wireless backhaul solution with 300 Mbps data rated in a complete "Hop-in-a-Box" solution.

Non-Line-of-Sight and Advanced Features
• Non-line-of-sight capable, utilizing OFDM and enhanced MIMO techniques to penetrate through obstructions
• Features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports with PoE out to power other devices like surveillance cameras and additional radios
• Enables packet identification to create unique and sophisticated service rules and tiered service classes with ease

Widest Range of Frequencies
• Provides flexible channel planning with support for 4.9 - 6.0 GHz and 2.3 - 2.5 GHz frequencies
• Operates in licensed and unlicensed frequency spectrums and comes as a complete “Hop-In-A-Box” with a set of accessories
  for even greater ease of installation

Carrier-grade Security
• Implements tiered security layers for the most secure outdoor wireless communications in the unlicensed frequency spectrum
• Utilizes Proxim’s Wireless Outdoor Routing Protocol (WORP), which prevents snooping, and features highly-secure remote management
  via SSL, SSH and SNMPv3
• Provides advanced AES encryption for military-grade over-the-air communications and radio mutual authentication eliminates unauthorized
  use of the system by rogue subscriber units and man-in-the middle attacks

Cost Effective and Ease of Use for Quick Return on Investment
• Complete “Hop-In-A-Box” compact outdoor form factor allows unprecedented ease of installation
• Suitable for the carriers, WISP and Government markets
• Certified for deployments in the Americas, Europe and Asia
• The most cost-effective, high performance point-to-point solution from Proxim, enabling any deployment to enjoy a quick return on investment

Frequency Range

2.3-2.5 GHz, 4.9-6.0 GHz

Datarate Up to 300Mbps
Wired Ethernet Two auto MDI-X RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps. Port#1 with POE in & Data , Port#2 with POE out (802.3af pin out) & Data (Port#2 useful for attaching cameras & RTU's).
Antenna Gain(dBi) Integrated version (QB-8150-EPR) includes 2 MIMO 23dBi antennas.
Radio Spec's 3x3 MIMO*, OFDM, Modulation - BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM, 5,10,20, 40MHz channels. Latency < 3ms. -75dBm RX Sensitivity with 3/4 rate 64-QAM & 20MHz channel & 10-6 BER
Operating Temperature -40o to 60o    (-40o to 140o F)
Size(inches) 10.51"x10.51"x3.27"
Weight 7.27lb
Wind Loading 125 mph
Mounting Wall & Pole Mounting Kit included. IP67 enclosure protects against water & dust. Weatherproofing kit included.

* QB-8150-LNK and QB-8150-EPR includes an Integrated 2x2 MIMO 23dBi Dual Polarized Antenna. QB-8100-EPA includes three N-Type Antenna Connectors with built in Surge Protection allowing for possible 3x3 MIMO. 300Mbps is based on a 3x3 MIMO topology

A complete QB8150 Link (2 sets of radios for both end points), 100Mbps. These radios include 2 5GHz 23dBi integrated antennas each for a 2x2 MIMO configuration. Package includes everything you need: RJ-11 to DB9 dongle, wall/pole mounting kit, weatherproofing material, POE surge arrrestor, grounding kit, documentation, power injector.

A QB8150 Endpoint (1 set of radio for one side of the link). Two of these make up the complete link QB-8150-LNK-US. 100Mbps, 5GHz, MIMO 2x2, 23dBi Integrated Antenna. Includes everything you need as above for one end point.

A QB8150 Endpoint but without integrated 5GHz antennas. Instead this has 3 N-type connectors allowing for any external antennas 2.4, 4.9 or 5GHz to be implemented. Since has 3 external antenna connectors possible to implement a 3x3 MIMO configuration. NOTE -- Need an accurate RF link budget analysis to conform to regulatory limits when implementing high gain external antennas. Please contact us for assistance.


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