The huge increase in demand for bandwidth for reliable and secure broadband is a challenge which primarily affects service providers, critical infrastructure operators, government security agencies, utilities and energy companies. The nature of these deployments for small backhaul, disaster recovery, video monitoring and wireless backhaul varies across deployment topologies. Cambium Networks' Point-to-Point (PTP) 670 series solutions combine best-in-class spectral performance with the flexibility of high-capacity Multipoint Deployment (HCMP), while the aggregate capacity of up to 450 Mbps makes Cambium Networks' PTP radio 670 systems flexible, reliable and secure to meet today's needs.
Based on Cambium Networks' widely used, proven NLOS (non-line-of sight) technology, the wireless Ethernet PTP 670 br> offers a range of features for greater capacity and operational flexibility and the highest spectral performance in the industry. With channels ranging from 5 to 45 MHz, PTP radio 670 systems provide 4.9 to 6.05 GHz and multi-band flexibility on a single radio. With Dynamic Spectrum Optimization (Spectrum Analyzer DSO), Cambium Networks' PTP radio 670 systems continuously optimize the operating channel to increase link reliability and performance, providing up to 99.999% availability in virtually any environment, including invisible, long-distance, high interference, over water, desert and extreme weather conditions. To sum up, the presented device provides more bandwidth in the most demanding environments with less spectrum and low investment.
With the PTP 670, operators now have the flexibility to deploy not only in point-to-point topologies but also in high-capacity multipoint applications (HCMP). HCMP allows up to eight remote nodes to be connected to one main radio. This opens the way for new implementation models that simplify planning and enable quick deployment, and by using the same hardware, regardless of the topology, provide a fast return on investment in hardware and training. Whether your organization is a company, government agency or service provider, PTP 670 systems are ideal for a wide range of applications such as replacement or expansion of T1/E1 networks and fiber, video surveillance networks, LTE networks, macro-cell and small backhaul networks, last mile access, disaster recovery, network redundancy and campus building connectivity.
|CAMBIUM PTP 670 specification|
|Spectral efficiency||Maximum 10mb/s/Hz|
|Channel selection||Through dynamic spectrum optimization or manual intervention. Automatic selection at start-up and continuous self-regulation to avoid interference.|
|RF Elements||Operation in a wide band from 4.9 to 6.05 GHz (permissible frequencies and bands are dictated by national regulations)|
|Channel sizes||5/10/15/20/30/40/45MHz channels, depending on country-specific regulations|
|Maximum transit power||Up to 27dBm|
|Strengthening the system||Up to 164dB with integrated antenna|
|Delay||1-3 milliseconds in one direction.|
|Ethernet Protocol||IEEE 802.3|
|Antenna||Integrated 23dBi flat panel (integrated 23dbi antenna)|
|Duplex Programme||Time Division Duplex (TDD)
Adaptive or fixed transmit/receive duty cycles
Split frequency operation allows separate transmit and receive frequencies where allowed by regulation
Optional TDD synchronization using PTP-SYNCH Module
|Modulation / error correction||Fast Preemtptive Adaptive Modulation featuring 13 modulation / FEC coding levels ranging from BPSK to 256 QAM dual-payload MIMO|
|Security||FIPS-197 compliant 128/256-bit AES encryption (optional) HTTPS and SNMPv3
User accounts based on identity Configurable password rules
User authentication and RADIUS operation
Event logging and management; optional syslog logging
Disaster recovery and vulnerability management
|Temporary transport||Synchronous Ethernet; IEEE 1588v2|
|Extensive QoS||Extensive QoS supporting up to 8 queues ( extensive qos )|
|Frame Support||PTP Mode: Jumbo frame up to 9600 bytes
Multipoint HCMP Mode: 2000 bytes per frame
|Classification of packages||IEEE 802.1p Layer 2 and Layer 3, MPLS, Ethernet priority|
|Performance of the package||Transmission speed (>850,000 packets per second)|
|Input/output||(2) Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Gigabit port 1: Data + PoE power input switch
Gigabit Port 2: 802.3at PoE switch output port
1) SFP interface port: Single-mode fiber, multi-mode fiber or Gigabit Ethernet copper options available.
|Remote Modules Master||Up to 8 knots|
|Installation||Built-in audio and graphical help to optimize connections.|
|Network Management||In-band and out-of-band management (OOBM)|
|System Management||IPv6/IPv4 dual-stack management support
Web access via browser using HTTP or HTTPs/TLS3 SNMP v1, v2c and v3, MIB-II & proprietary PTP MIB
Online spectrum analyzer (no impact on payload traffic or network operation)
|Support T1/E1 TDM||(8) T1/E1 TDM (Network Indoor Unit (NIDU))
Timetable according to G.823
DC power input (compatible with AC+DC injector output)
|Channel bandwidth||20 MHz channel and 40 MHz channel|
|Packet transfer rate per second||850K p/s|
|Spectral efficiency||8bps/Hz Max|
|Delay in HCMP mode||2 to 4ms one way (usually)|
|Dimensions||305 x 305 x 81 mm|
|Protection against dust and water intrusion||Certification IP66 and IP67|
|Weight||4.1kg (8.95lbs), including support.|
|Wind resistance||200 mph (322 km/h)|
|Operating temperature||-40 to 140°F (-40 to 60°C), including solar radiation.|
|Energy consumption||Maximum 30W (up to 70W with 802.3at on auxiliary products)|
|EMC||Europe - EN301 489-1 and -4|
|Radio||4,9 GHz eu : FCC Part 90Y, RSS-111
5,x GHz eu : FCC Part 15, subparts 15C and 15E; RSS 210 Issue 8;
EN 302 502; EN 301 893 Eire ComReg 02/71R1, UK IR2007 Approval
|Protection and safety||UL60950-1, IEC60950-1, EN60950-1, CSA-C22.2 No. 60950-1, CB approval for Global Compact|
Cambium PTP 670 - product introduction
-PTP 670 has a faster processor with more memory, making it ready to support High Capacity Multipoint (HCMP).
-PTP 670 has a simplified license structure. By default the radio provides full capacity, no capacity key is required.
- The integrated PTP 670 antenna offers the same 23 dBi (integrated 23dbi) as the integrated PTP 650 radio, but its size is 25 percent smaller.
Yes, the PTP 670 is fully backwards compatible with the PTP 650 with the specified firmware load. When the PTP 670 is used as PTP 650, it cannot support HCMP or other new features of the PTP 670.