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agenda
Agenda

About Exalt Communications

Product Overview

Feature & Benefit Overview

Target Markets & Applications

Competitive Positioning

Case Studies

Roadmap

Fundamental Link Engineering

Lightning and Grounding Protection

Sales Channel & Contacts

about exalt communications
About Exalt Communications
  • Founded by industry veterans in 2004
  • Industry-leading solutions for diverse markets and applications
  • Focused exclusively on wireless backhaul
    • Licensed & Unlicensed Fixed Microwave Radios
    • High Throughput
    • Carrier-Grade Performance
    • Scalability & Flexibility
exalt s mission
Exalt’s Mission
  • To be the leading one-stop shop for all wireless backhaul needs
    • Multiple frequency bands
    • Multiple configurations
    • Variable occupied bandwidth
    • Variable capacity
    • Flexible user interfaces
    • Feature-rich
    • Future-proof
    • Instant capacity upgrades
    • Extremely high efficiency (bits/Hz)
why exalt
Why Exalt?

Exalt provides unique, next generation Wireless Backhaul Solutions

  • True carrier-class solutions
    • 99.999% availability with FULL capacity over long distance
    • Maximum reliability and security
    • Monitored Hot Standby
    • Lowest cost per megabit-mile
  • Industry-leading performance
    • Native TDM and Native Ethernet support for optimal latency performance
    • Scalable capacity
    • Exceptional interference avoidance and spectrum management
    • Unique high density collocation and spectrum re-use capabilities
    • Multiple band support and precision tuning
    • Throughput symmetry control
  • Leverage existing infrastructure
    • Ideal for instant capacity upgrades for Wi-Fi and legacy microwave connections
    • Enables cost-effective TDM to IP migration strategies
exalt radio platforms
Exalt Radio Platforms

r-Series

(all-outdoor)

i-Series

(all-indoor)

s-Series

(split mount)

2.4, 4.9, 5GHz

2.4, 4.9, 5 GHz

6 – 40 GHz

2 4 ghz ism band portfolio
2.4 GHz ISM Band Portfolio

EX-2.4i

All-indoor

100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1

Software upgradeable to 200Mbps

1 RU rack mount

Ex-2.4i-16

All-indoor

100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1

Software Upgradeable up to 16xT1/E1 & 200Mbps

1.5 RU Rack Mount

High Gain, High Capacity 2.4GHz Backhaul Radio with Ultra-precise Channel Selection Capability

EX-2.4i

  • All-indoor
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 200Mbps
  • 1 RU rack mount

Ex-2.4i-16

  • All-indoor
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software Upgradeable up to 16xT1/E1 & 200Mbps
  • 1.5 RU Rack Mount
4 9 ghz public safety band portfolio
4.9 GHz Public Safety Band Portfolio

Ultra-secure Public Safety Communications with Selectable Modulation, Latency and Throughput Symmetry Control

SNMPv3

AES 128/256-bit

EX-4.9i

  • All-indoor
  • 27Mbps Ethernet with 2xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 55Mbps & 4xT1/E1
  • 1 RU rack mount

EX-4.9r(v2) & EX-4.9r-c

  • All-outdoor
  • 27Mbps Ethernet with 2xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 55Mbps & 4xT1/E1
  • Selectable, integrated dual-polarized antennas (4.9r v2)
  • Selectable external antenna connectors (4.9r-c)

4.9r v2

4.9r-c

5 ghz portfolio indoor
5 GHz Portfolio (Indoor)

High Gain, High Capacity Tri-Band-Capable 5 GHz Indoor Radio

5.25 – 5.35 GHz

5.47 – 5.725 GHz

5.725 – 5.85 GHz

EX-5i

  • All-indoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 200Mbps
  • 1 RU rack mount

Note: EX-5i lite version also available: 13Mbps aggregate capacity, with 2xT1/E1, upgradeable up to 200Mbps + 4xT1/E1

Ex-5i-16

  • All-indoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software Upgradeable up to 16xT1/E1 & 200Mbps
  • 1.5 RU rack mount

Note: EX-5i-DS3 version also available: 100Mbps + 4xT1/E1, upgradeable up to 200Mbps + 16xT1/E1 + 1xDS3

5 ghz portfolio outdoor
5 GHz Portfolio (Outdoor)

High Gain, High Capacity Tri-Band-Capable 5 GHz Outdoor Radio

Native TDM/Ethernet & IP-only versions

EX-5r

  • All-outdoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 200Mbps
  • Selectable, integrated dual-pole antennas

Note: EX-5r IP version also available: 55Mbps aggregate capacity, with 0xT1/E1, upgradeable up to 200Mbps + 0xT1/E1

Ex-5r-c v2

  • All-outdoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 100Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable up to 200Mbps
  • Selectable external antenna connectors

Note: EX-5r-c v2 IP version also available: 55Mbps aggregate capacity, with 0xT1/E1, upgradeable up to 200Mbps + 0xT1/E1

5r

5r-c v2

5 ghz portfolio outdoor continued
5 GHz Portfolio (Outdoor, continued)

Ultra-high Capacity 5 GHz Gigabit Ethernet Outdoor Radio

Single/Dual-polarization operation

& QoS support

EX-5r GigE

  • All-outdoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 220Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 440Mbps
  • 2x1000BaseT ports
  • Selectable, integrated dual-polarization antennas

Ex-5r-c GigE

  • All-outdoor
  • Tri-band 5GHz (5.3, 5.4 and 5.8GHz bands)
  • 220Mbps Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 440Mbps
  • 2x1000BaseT ports
  • Selectable external antenna connectors

5r GigE

5r-c GigE

11 18 and 23 ghz fcc licensed portfolio
11, 18 and 23 GHz FCC Licensed Portfolio

Native TDM and Native Ethernet Split-mount Radios with Upgradeable Capacity

EX-11s, EX-18s & EX-23s

  • Split-mount
  • 11, 18 and 23GHz FCC Licensed Bands
  • 45/15Mbps (11/18, 23 full-duplex) Ethernet with 4xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 100Mbps full-duplex
  • 1 RU rack mount IDU
  • Direct mount or remote mount ODU

EX-11s-16, EX-18s-16 & EX-23s-16

  • Split-mount
  • 45/15Mbps (11/18, 23 full-duplex) Ethernet with 16xT1/E1
  • Software upgradeable to 100Mbps
  • 1.5 RU rack-mount IDU

EX-ns ODU

EX-ns

EX-ns-16

capacity expansion kit

License-Free

200Mbps Ethernet

4 to 16xT1

Exalt

EX-5i

or

EX-5i-16

Exalt

Capacity

Expansion

Module

Exalt

Capacity

Expansion

Module

Exalt

EX-5i

or

EX-5i-16

Licensed

nxT1, nxDS3,

OC-3

6GHz

Licensed

Radio

6GHz

Licensed

Radio

or

EX-5i-DS3

or

EX-5i-DS3

6GHz Licensed Radio

Exalt EX-5i

Capacity Expansion Kit
  • Provides connectivity to 6GHz Part 101 licensed radios allowing instant DS3, Ethernet and T1 capacity upgrades using Exalt 5GHz tri-band systems
  • Systems only use 1 to 1.5 rack spaces
  • Does not require licensing
  • Can usually be installed in less than 1 hour per end
  • Provides maximum flexibility
  • Provides less than 1dB impact to existing licensed radio
  • Costs much less than other alternatives
monitored hot standby ex i series unlicensed
Monitored Hot StandbyEX-i Series (Unlicensed)
  • 1+1 hardware protection
  • Maximum reliability for critical connections
  • Ideal for hard-to-reach locations
  • Unique for unlicensed carrier-class systems
monitored hot standby ex s series licensed

IDU

ODU

ODU

IDU

IF cable

IF cable

hot

standby

coupler

hot

standby

coupler

Exalt MHS kit +

Cable Expansion kit

Exalt MHS kit +

Cable Expansion kit

IDU

ODU

ODU

IDU

IF cable

IF cable

Monitored Hot StandbyEX-s Series (Licensed)
  • 1+1 hardware protection
  • Maximum reliability for critical connections
  • Requires license key and limited 3rd party equipment
  • Alternative configurations possible – contact your Exalt representative for further details
accessories
Accessories
  • MHS kit and MHS cable expansion kits
  • 6GHz Capacity Expansion kit and adapter kit
  • GPS kits
  • Spare accessory kits, power supplies, outdoor mounting hardware
  • Pre-terminated cables for r-Series version 1 radios
warranty support
Warranty & Support
  • Two-year warranty with registration (one-year otherwise)
  • Extended warranty up to 5 years
  • Advanced replacement with 24/7 phone support (up to 5 years)
  • Field installation supervision
  • Private/customized training
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2.4

4.9

5

11+

Native TDM and Native Ethernet

exaltsync

2.4

4.9

5

11+

ExaltSync™

High-density system collocation of multiple Exalt radios

  • Provides ability to mount radios and antennas in close proximity and frequency without self-interference
  • Reduces tower and rooftop space requirements and operational costs
  • Uses single frequency channel to support up to N:1 channel re-use for maximum spectrum utilization
  • Leaves other spectrum clear
high security
High Security

2.4

4.9

5

11+

markets for wireless backhaul
Traditional Carriers

Cellular

Telephone

Fiber

Enterprise

Manufacturing

Medical

Universities

Government

Public safety

Federal, state, local, military

Education (K-12, colleges)

Transportation

Utility & Industrial

Water, electricity, gas, oil

Mining

Manufacturing

Emerging Carriers

Wireless carriers

WISPs

City-wide Wi-Fi, mesh

WiMAX operators

Cable companies

Carriers’ carriers

Markets for Wireless Backhaul
wireless backhaul applications licensed unlicensed

Wireless

Interconnect

Fiber

Fiber

Wi-Fi Hotspots

Fiber

OC-3

OC-12

Business Customers

Internet

Internet

Wireless Backhaul Applications(Licensed/Unlicensed)

Mobile Carrier Backhaul

Campus Connectivity

Fiber Extension and Back-up

Emerging Service Provider

Residential Access

2 4 ghz market opportunity
2.4 GHz Market Opportunity
  • Upgrade existing 2.4GHz low-capacity radios, or radios that are falling out of service
    • Spectrum is likely clear at the current operating frequency
    • Re-use existing antennas and cables
    • Increase capacity to 200Mbps!
    • Add T1/E1 circuits up to 16xT1/E1
  • Replace 2.1GHz AWS links (USA)
    • Large existing dishes significantly reduce interference
    • Re-use existing antennas and cables
4 9 ghz market opportunity
4.9 GHz Market Opportunity
  • Backhaul government facilities
  • Backhaul hotspot and mesh networks
  • Backhaul emergency deployment vehicles
  • Video surveillance
5 ghz market opportunity
5 GHz Market Opportunity
  • Upgrade existing 5GHz low-capacity radios, or radios that are falling out of service
  • New networks and connections:
    • Cellular backhaul
    • Enterprise backhaul
    • Backhaul hotspot and mesh network
    • Energy
    • Industrial
    • Government
  • Expand capacity of existing FCC Part 101 6GHz radio links
11 18 and 23 ghz market opportunity
11, 18 and 23 GHz Market Opportunity
  • Licensed-frequency links:
    • Cellular backhaul
    • Enterprise backhaul
    • Backhaul hotspot and mesh network
    • Energy
    • Industrial
    • Government
  • IP Migration and mixed-traffic links
2 4 ghz competitive landscape
2.4 GHz Competitive Landscape
  • Many Wi-Fi based radios:
    • Limited capacity to <30Mbps
    • No T1 or only TDM-over-IP conversion
      • Proxim QB.11 2454
      • Ceragon FibeAir 4800 (Radwin WinLink 1000)
  • Telco solutions:
    • Limited TDM capacity
    • Limited Ethernet capacity
      • Adtran Tracer (up to 8xT1/E1, up to 8Mbps Ethernet)
      • Stratex Velox (up to 4xT1/E1, up to 6Mbps Ethernet)
4 9 ghz competitive landscape
4.9 GHz Competitive Landscape
  • Wi-Fi based radios:
    • Limited capacity to <30Mbps
    • No T1/E1 or only TDM-over-IP conversion
      • Ceragon FibeAir 4800 (Radwin WinLink 1000)
  • Motorola PTP 49400
    • All-outdoor only
    • Lite = 17Mbps; Regular = 35Mbps
    • T1/E1 through TDM-over-IP conversion
5 ghz competitive landscape
5 GHz Competitive Landscape
  • Wi-Fi based radios:
    • Limited capacity to <30Mbps
    • No T1/E1 or only TDM-over-IP conversion
      • Proxim QB.11 5054
      • Ceragon FibeAir 4800 (Radwin WinLink 1000)
  • Traditional FDD
    • Lack spectrum management and interference avoidance features
    • Expensive to spare
    • Limited capacity – spectrally inefficient
    • No 5.3 or 5.4GHz solutions
    • Limited or no mix of TDM+IP
      • Proxim GX Series: Not scalable for capacity
      • Adtran Tracer
        • 8xT1/E1 limit
        • 90Mbps Ethernet capacity limit
      • Stratex Velox
        • 4xT1/E1 limit
        • 90Mbps Ethernet capacity limit
5 ghz competitive landscape cont
5 GHz Competitive Landscape, cont.
  • Redline AN-30, AN-50, AN-80
    • No 5.3GHz support
    • <50Mbps (AN-30, AN-50); <90Mbps (AN-80)
    • Low output power
    • Limited to 4xT1/E1(AN-30 only)
    • High latency
    • Difficult to collocate
  • Motorola PTP58400 and PTP54400
    • Single frequency bands only; no 5.3GHz support
    • All-outdoor only
    • Lite <21Mbps; Regular <43Mbps
    • T1/E1 through TDM-over-IP conversion
    • High latency (>6ms)
5 ghz competitive landscape cont1
5 GHz Competitive Landscape, cont.
  • Motorola PTP58600 and PTP54600
    • Single frequency bands only; no 5.3GHz support
    • All-outdoor only
    • Lite <140Mbps; Regular <280Mbps
    • Up to 2xT1/E1
    • <1ms Latency
    • High C/I for high throughput settings
      • Need significant fade margin above noise
    • Fixed RF Bandwidth (dual-pol 30MHz) with 10MHz tuning resolution
key comparison motorola ptpxx600
Key Comparison: Motorola PTPxx600

1Motorola specifies this as a ‘Data Rate’. Exalt specifies ‘User Throughput’.2Motorola specifies threshold at Ethernet Frame Loss of 3x10e-5. Exalt specifies BER=1x10e-6.*This is a dual-polarized 30MHz carrier, thus occupying 60MHz.

11 18 and 23 ghz competitive landscape
11, 18 and 23 GHz Competitive Landscape
  • Primary TDM products
    • Harris/Stratex, Alcatel, Ericsson, MNI
  • Primary Ethernet products
    • Ceragon, Dragonwave
  • Observations:
    • Many TDM products do not support IP or mixed-interface environments
    • Many products require hardware changes for capacity upgrades
    • Many IP products are using TDM-to-IP conversion, adding latency and wasting capacity
illinois rural electric cooperative
Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative

Business Description

The Illinois Rural Electric Cooperative (IREC) serves electricity to more than 10,000 members and Internet services to over 2,000 subscribers in most rural counties in the state.

Technical Need

Increase reliability and resiliency to interference; interconnect new substations, upgrade capacity on legacy microwave for AMR, Internet service, and substation wireless backhaul.

Solution

Exalt Communications EX-2.4i and EX-5i wireless backhaul radios.

Results

Radios were installed without upgrading existing transmission infrastructure. Achieved 100 Mbps throughput on multiple collocated links, re-using spectrum and providing error free performance and managed backhaul.

Why Exalt?

Carrier-class availability, 100Mbps capacity, collocation capabilities, HTTP and SNMPv3 managed system.

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Mobile Carriers

Business Description

Cellular Backhaul

Technical Need

Additional capacity and the ability to tune around potential interfering systems

Solution

EX-2.4i-16 and EX-5i-16.

Results

Provided the additional capacity and ability to avoid local interference issues

Why Exalt?

Compared to some systems in use, Exalt was able to double the capacity without any changes to their existing cable and antenna infrastructure. Additionally, Exalt’s 1 MHz tuning resolution gave the user the ability to tune to frequencies not available in the other vendors solutions.

rifton manufacturing community products
Rifton Manufacturing/ Community Products

Business Description

Rifton is a manufacturer of adaptive rehab products for children with facilities in New York and Pennsylvania.

Technical Need

Upgrade an existing 2.4GHz, 2xT1 link connecting two of their facilities separated by 19 miles in upstate New York. In addition to the T1 for PBX extension, they desired additional Ethernet capacity for new applications.

Solution

Exalt Communications EX-2.4i

Results

Exalt radios were installed without upgrading existing antenna system in 4 hours. Achieved 200 Mbps capacity across this 19 mile link. More than 16X the throughput achieved by the original system. In addition, a second 100Mbps link was collocated using synchronization. Fine frequency tuning in Exalt radio also allowed collocation with FDD radio operating at 2.4GHz on same tower.

Why Exalt?

200Mbps capacity @ 2.4GHz + 4XT1 link replaced a 2XT1 radio system with no native Ethernet capacity. Synchronization capabilities allowed for two collocated links. Simplicity - Easy installation. Reused antenna system from original link.

major city police department
Major City Police Department

Business Description

This police department is responsible for the public safety and security of several million residents

Technical Need

The police department is deploying a city wide video-surveillance network as part of a homeland security initiative. The department required highly reliable and efficient wireless backhaul for environments with high interference and difficult access

Solution

Exalt Communications EX-5r and EX-5r-c with synchronization feature

Results

Exalt delivered the required capacity, interference rejection, and collocation capabilities for the video application on more than ten hops. More links are being planned to further extend the network throughout the city

Why Exalt?

All-outdoor solution, high capacity, reliability and unique synchronization features that allow high density collocation, spectrum re-use, and high resiliency in high interference urban environments. Great relationship with Exalt was also a factor.

newmont mines
Newmont Mines

Business Description

Newmont Mines is a leading gold producer with operations on five continents

Technical Need

Support global mining operations infrastructure with highly reliable, high capacity, managed wireless backhaul to interconnect IP network

Solution

Exalt Communications EX-5r and EX-5r-c with synchronization feature

Results

Multiple links of Exalt radios were deployed as the wireless backbone for new mining operations. Delivered 200 Mbps of aggregate user capacity, even in challenging collocated hub sites by leveraging frequency reuse and synchronization capabilities

Why Exalt?

Capacity, reliability, collocation capabilities, and exceptional pre and post -sales support

south texas electric cooperative
South Texas Electric Cooperative

Business Description

The South Texas Electric Cooperative (STEC) serves eight distribution cooperatives and 150,000 members across 33 counties in South Texas.

Technical Need

STEC has been rapidly expanding their distribution network and adding more SCADA and Ethernet traffic to their communications infrastructure. They needed a solution that could augment the capacity of their 6GHz licensed DS3 backhaul links without costly infrastructure upgrades or downtime.

Solution

Exalt Communications EX-5i-16 wireless backhaul radio with Exalt 6GHz capacity expansion kit.

Results

In less than 5 minutes, the capacity of the legacy 6GHz link was expanded from DS3-only to DS3, 100Mbps Ethernet, and up to 16xT1. The unlicensed solution performs flawlessly even when link conditions cause the space-diversity licensed radio to have outages. STEC is now able to leverage their existing infrastructure and extend their IP services and applications across licensed 6GHz links without costly overhauls.

Why Exalt?

TDM and Ethernet capacity, variable bandwidth, interference rejection, RF performance, and 6GHz capacity expansion kit.

johnson county ks
Johnson County, KS

Business Description

Johnson County, Kansas, is the most business-oriented county in Kansas. It is the home to Sprint Communications as well as several other national/global companies.

Technical Need

Support mobile voice communications affected by interference, high and inconsistent latency, TDM bandwidth contention, and spotty transfer of voice handoffs between backhaul points.

Solution

EX-4.9r-c

Results

- Clear, uninterrupted voice transmission with no degradation in quality

- T1 traffic backhaul with <1ms latency

- Errorless performance

- 55Mbps of throughput available for Ethernet traffic

- All radios can be on the same frequency without interference.

Why Exalt?

Capacity, low latency, high bandwidth and reliability, synchronization and collocation capabilities.

Note the number of antennas in the vicinity. NO INTERFERENCE with Exalt!

northeastern us county
Northeastern US County

Business Description

This county in the north-eastern US is home to many of the country’s most important cities, enterprises, and universities.

Technical Need

This county recently deployed a Wi-Fi based 4.9GHz solution for critical public-safety voice communications, but nearby airport weather radar knocked down the 4.9GHz link every 10 minutes for about 5 seconds. Calls were constantly dropped and when the link was up, the latency across the link caused serious echo and poor voice quality.

Solution

EX-4.9i

Results

- System not affected by weather radar interference.

- Errorless performance

- Clear, uninterrupted voice transmission with no degradation in quality.

- 55Mbps of throughput available for Ethernet traffic

- T1 traffic backhaul with <1ms latency

Why Exalt?

Reliability, interference rejection, latency performance, TDM and Ethernet capacity, synchronization and collocation capabilities.

san mateo county sheriff s department ca
San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department (CA)

Business Description

As part of a homeland security initiative, the county Sheriff’s office needs to deploy video surveillance at key locations including transit stations, an airport, key county facilities, police and fire stations.

Technical Need

The County has an existing high-capacity licensed microwave SONET ring and several spur routes to facilities. Some redundancy/protection is also desired.

Solution

EX-4.9

Results

- Direct IP connections for ease of integration of IP video solutions

- Built-in TDM circuits for TDM circuit protection

- Ring-crossing for ring protection

Why Exalt?

Reliability, interference rejection, latency performance, TDM and Ethernet capacity, synchronization and collocation capabilities.

capacity bandwidth 11 18 23 ghz radios fcc
Capacity & Bandwidth: 11, 18 & 23 GHz radios (FCC)

Modulation

Bandwidth

Maximum Aggregate User Throughput

2 4 ghz distance examples
2.4 GHz Distance Examples

Assumptions:

  • FCC Regulations
  • 100-feet of 5/8-inch coaxial cable, each end
  • Average climate, average terrain, no unusual multipath
  • 0.5dB implementation loss, each side (connectors, lightning arrestor, antenna alignment error…)
  • >99.995% one-way predicted availability and >15dB fade margin
4 9 ghz distance examples
4.9 GHz Distance Examples

Assumptions:

> FCC Regulations

> 3dB transmission system loss, each end

> Average climate, average terrain, no unusual multipath

> 99.995% one-way predicted availability and >15dB fade margin

5 ghz distance examples
5 GHz Distance Examples

Note: 64 MHz mode is a unique software option

Assumptions:

> FCC Regulations

> 100-feet of 5/8-inch coaxial cable, each end

> Average climate, average terrain, no unusual multipath

> 0.5dB implementation loss, each side (connectors, lightning arrestor, antenna alignment error…)

> 99.995% one-way predicted availability and >15dB fade margin

5 ghz gige distance examples
5 GHz GigE Distance Examples

Note: Single-pol distances are the same as the previous chart

Assumptions:

> FCC Regulations

> 1dB coax jumper loss for external antennas, each end (except integrated)

> Average climate, average terrain, no unusual multipath

> 99.995% one-way predicted availability and >15dB fade margin

Note: Exalt does not recommend cross-polarized 5GHz links greater than 16.3 miles for >99.995% availability

ex i series radios
EX-i Series Radios

COAX Cable

Note: Coax manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Coax Surge ArrestorPolyphaser AL-LSXM or Andrew BB-BNFNE-26

Ground Connection

Building Entrance Point

ex 5r ex 4 9r
EX-5r & EX-4.9r

CAT5 T1 Lightning Protection Polyphaser IX-4l or NX4-05

CAT5 Ethernet Lightning Protection Transtector ALPU-EXLT or Polyphaser IXG-05

RJ-45 Connectors

Ground Connection

CAT5 for T1

CAT5 for Ethernet

Note: CAT5 manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Building Entrance Point

Power

Injector

10/100 BaseT Equipment

T1 Equipment

Grounded AC Power Receptacle

ACAdapter

ex 5r c ex 4 9r c

Coax Surge Arrestors Polyphaser AL-LSXM or Andrew BB-BNFNE-26

CAT5 T1 Lightning Protection Polyphaser IX-4l or NX4-05

CAT5 Ethernet Lightning Protection Transtector ALPU-EXLT or Polyphaser IXG-05

RJ-45 Connectors

Ground Wire

EX-5r-c & EX-4.9r-c

CAT5 for Ethernet

CAT5 for T1

Note: CAT5 manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Building Entrance Point

Power

Injector

T1 Equipment

10/100 BaseT Equipment

ACAdapter

Grounded AC Power Receptacle

ex 5r gige

Shielded CAT5e for T1

Shielded CAT5e for Ethernet

EX-5r GigE

CAT5 T1 Lightning Protection Polyphaser IX-4l or NX4-05

CAT5 Ethernet Lightning Protection Polyphaser IXG-05

RJ-45 Connectors

Ground Wire

Note: CAT5 manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Building Entrance Point

Power

Injector

Power

Injector

Power

Injector

10/1000 BaseT Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

Grounded AC Power Receptacle

ex 5r c gige

Shielded CAT5e for T1

Shielded CAT5e for Ethernet

EX-5r-c GigE

Coax Surge Arrestors Polyphaser AL-LSXM or Andrew BB-BNFNE-26

CAT5 T1 Lightning Protection Polyphaser IX-4l or NX4-05

CAT5 Ethernet Lightning Protection Polyphaser IXG-05

RJ-45 Connectors

Ground Wire

Note: CAT5 manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Building Entrance Point

Power

Injector

Power

Injector

Power

Injector

10/1000 BaseT Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

T1 Equipment

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

ACAdapter

Grounded AC Power Receptacle

ex s series radios
EX-s Series Radios

COAX Cable

Note: Coax manufacturers recommend a shield ground to be connected every 75 feet.

Building Entrance Point

DC/Coax Surge ArrestorPolyphaser BGXZ-60NFNM-AS

Ground Connection

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