Different communication transmission modes suit various stages of network development:
- Start-up networks may choose the non-TDD Unsynchronized mode (non-GPS Sync solution) that operates similar to WiFi but offers better scalability at a single sector
- More advanced networks may choose the Fixed TDD (GPS Synchronized) mode that is perfectly suited for a large number of users requiring high capacity, where spectral efficiency and scalability are essential
Generally, networks transition from unsynchronized to GPS Sync when the need arises for them to use limited spectrum more efficiently. But no matter which transmission mode customers choose, an ability to resist interference while still producing reliable throughput in spectrum-limited environments is critical.
At Cambium Networks, we designed the ePMP™ 1000 with flexibility and scalability in mind. The platform operates in both GPS synchronization as well as non-TDD unsynchronized modes with flexible DL to UL ratios to allow customers to grow their networks successfully and overcome interference.
ePMP’s reliability for either small or large subscriber deployments will enable network operators to reach their desired level of coverage, service and revenue. Maximize network performance using ePMP software with eFortify™ and eCommand™ features and tools. eFortify enhances the performance of the ePMP 1000 in high noise environments. eCommand provides a suite of management features and tools to assist network operators in planning, provisioning and monitoring of their network.
To learn more about the transition from Unsynchronized to GPS Synchronized solution using the flexibility of the ePMP 1000 portfolio and the benefits of each stage, please download our white paper.