When it comes to global defense and security, connectivity is mission critical. Cambium Networks delivers field-proven wireless connections for military battlefield, border, garrison and infrastructure deployments.
Our solutions are the most broadly deployed COTS+ Microwave applications in recent U.S. military operations. Fully vetted by the national government, all our products have up-to-date requisite security and frequency certifications, and are tested to MIL-SPEC requirements.
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The Cambium PTP 700 is rooted from the first non-line-of-site Microwave radio released to the market in 2002. The Orthogon Gemini was truly first of its class, providing unmatched performance with the incredible ability to close links, even in the face of physical obstructions that provide devastating distortion as well as combating signal interference.
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Field proven wireless communications for military battlefield, border, garrison and infrastructure applications. Cambium Networks brings the flexibility and ruggedness needed in a battlefield-ready radio – and are first to do so in both traditional and non-traditional frequency bands. Our wideband point-to-point and multi-point microwave solutions for strategic and tactical (battlefield) applications include:
Cambium Networks was founded in 2011 as a spin-off of Motorola Solutions. Since then, Cambium Networks has delivered over 12 million radios to over 150 countries. Cambium’s global defense and security team brings commercial agility to fulfill the unique requirements of the defense space.
Capable – Wideband radios cover 4400 to 5875 MHz (45700) and 7125 to 8500 MHz (78700), enabling one core radio to perform many missions
Scalable – Modular components enable you to ramp from small tactical networks to dense garrison applications
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