In one of the 820 webinars the presenter mentions this repeater mode for the 820C that would use one core for pipeA and the other core for pipeB --if I understand this correctly. How is this physically done? Will this allow data for site A and site B? If this is what I think it is, this is a huge feature that you don't hear anything about. I don't see much in the user guide about it other than how to configure it in the quick setup. Where can I find more info on this?
The PTP820c is a powerful solution.
Multicarrier ABC is the feature I believe you are referring to
- Create logical bundles of multiple radio links
- Optimise for wireless backhaul applications
- Enable separate radio carriers to be shared by a single Ethernet port
- Provide double capacity, while still behaving as a single Ethernet interface
In ACM conditions, the links could be in different modulations; in this case, data is distributed proportionally in order to maximize the available bandwidth.
The attachement details the traffic distribution.
Dave & Allen from Cambium have posted on this topic
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