Siklu MH-T201-CNN-PoE-MWB MultiHaul cTU 90° RJ-45 w/MK & PoE
About This Product
The MultiHaul™ system consists of a Base Unit (BU) operating over millimetre waves and connecting Terminal Units (TU) and now the new ultra-small compact TU (cTU). MultiHaul™ brings the advantages of mmWave spectrum – multi-gigabit capacity, immunity to interference and massive amounts of available spectrum - to a cost-effective small form factor PtMP solution. With the cTU, the customer premise side of the system has been reduced over 85% in total volume when compared to the standard TU with no loss in performance and features. A size only 6.5”x3.1”x1” and a selection of colors will blend the cTU into existing surroundings, making it even easier to deploy.
The MultiHaul™ cTU operates over the millimetre wave spectrum using narrow beams. This confers several advantages including complete immunity to interference and network jamming, as well as high security. In contrast to wide-beam wireless systems that need to use multiple strategies to perform in dense areas, and are not successful 100% of the time, the MultiHaul™ cTU is inherently interference-free and secure under any circumstances thanks to a unique combination of narrow beams and high frequencies, same as they are implemented on the standard TU. Multiple subscribers and services can be connected with complete isolation based on physical port, VLAN ID and/or a Terminal Unit.
The plug and play system is designed for an easy single person installation with a goal of self-installation. The patent-pending scanning antenna automatically aligns with the Base Units. For buildings with difficult roof-top access, a single base unit needs to be installed on a roof to serve multiple locations. The Base Unit (BU) supports advanced auto-provisioning: Terminal Units (TU and cTU) configuration files are stored in the BU to enable early and advanced provisioning, optionally with no IP address on the TU/cTU. The TU/cTU can be located on building sides with no need for internal re-wiring of building to achieve net gigabit throughput.