Triple play equipment for WISP

hi folks,

I found this company from rusia ( )

They said, their equipment is better than moto, this is what their sales said:

>> 1) Our equipment is proprietary. We manufacture carrier-grade broadband
>> wireless access equipment for higher throughputs, longer distances and
>> lots of services and applications. Usually, we do not compete with
>> Motorola, Trango and the likes as the offer a different solution (low
>> range low throughput residential type of application)
>> 2) Our equipment definately performs much better than Motorola in
>> interference conditions. Multple mechanisms built in the radio allow
>> keeping the link alive even in severe interference conditions.
>> 3) Speaking about features, I can list many:
>> - Long ranges. In point-to-point scenario we have links of more than
>> 60
>> kms, in point-to-multipoint - more than 24 kms
>> - Higher throughputs. Our CPEs can perform at 16 Mbps (real
>> throughput). Our dual-radio base stations can have a capacity of more
>> than 50 Mbps (real throughput) in one unit
>> - Lots of features both at radio, MAC, networking and higher levels
>> (like superpacking, adaptive polling, adaptive modulation, end-to-end
>> QoS with shaping, priorities, ToS, 802.1p and much more, NAT,
>> switching, routing, DHCP, firewalling, tunneling and many other great
>> features)


Anybody heard of this company before?

edit: is this kind of information against forum rules?

How about the cost in $$$?

I am not sure, but physical features and form is as same as what our city used in its Traffic Cameras.

Looks like a modified 802.11 based software such as Mikrotik…

I wonder how good Mikrotik was, compare to 20mbps BH

hundreds of wisp here in my country, is using mikrotik as their radio and OS also. the newest mikrotik board (533) I believe can use newest generation of atheros mini pci card, which can transmit at 600mW.

And some of WISP is using Mikrotik as their core router…

They say they handle interference better than motorola ?

That’s a pretty high claim. In reality, any higher speed (higher modulation rate) is going to perform worse. 2FSK and 4FSK are where it’s at if you are dealing with lots of interference.

If it’s 802.11 I call BS.

The only 802.11 based equipment worth spending any time on is OS Bridge. They give you the option to turn off carrier sense, so you don’t get the crappy 802.11 effect where any local noise delays transmission. They also have a full TDD point to point mode where performance is fairly predictable. It is cheaper and just as good if not better than canopy BH units with their XLi subscriber units.

We are deploying both, although mostly canopy. We’re only using OS Bridge on hills where we have direct LOS for 5GHz deployments. OS Bridge is adding a vlan option to make all customer traffic part of certain vlans like motorola. OS Bridge can’t compete on interference resistance, and there’s no spectrum analyzer. But it’s decent gear if you what inexpensive 802.11 based stuff.