Bluwan’s technology leverages several years of core R&D investments. The ultra-wideband radio performance is enabled through specifically designed MMIC chips inside our equipment, and Wireless Wave Division Multiplexing (in a manner similar to fibre). This enables LinkFusion to combine multiple transmission technologies to deliver an all IP Ethernet solution.
This wireless Multi-Channel Dynamic Time Division Duplex Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) Multi-Gigabit solution is ideally suited to the provisioning of high capacity/high value access applications as well as carrier Wi-Fi and TD-LTE backhaul.
WIDE BAND PMP
Our technology operates in the licensed 40.5 – 43.5 GHz spectrum which is part of the Q Band (30 - 50 GHz). The 1 GHz wide Bluwan radios and integrated antennas allow service providers to multiplex multiple sub-channels fed from Ethernet modems to provide up to 2.5 Gbps capacity per Base Station - Transmission Hub (TH) sector.
Bluwan’s technology is eco-responsible, and LinkFusion’s transmissions are of very low radiation (< 0.1 V/m), and the low power radios have an extremely low carbon footprint.
TDD stands for “Time Division Duplex”, and uses an unpaired spectrum that evolved from TDSCDMA. Transmission and reception occur in the same channel (“duplex”) and the uplink (“UL”) and downlink (“DL”) capacity ratio can be dynamically changed, which is convenient for mobile Internet use for example because a customer can use more of the bandwidth available for either downloading or uploading depending on what he or she needs to do. This is also very much applicable to fixed wireless usage in the enterprise, where traffic is typically and similarly asymmetric.
With DL/UL flexibility and lower latency, TDD enables a more stable user experience. Typical downlink traffic for video, web browsing, SNS and P2P services are 37, 9, 4 and 2 times the uplink traffic, respectively. Most networks have an average download traffic 5 to 8 times than that of the upload traffic. TDD is a duplexing technology that allows service providers to receive the most from their investment in spectrum and telecom equipment, while meeting the needs of each individual customer, especially enterprises that rely on robust, low latency broadband connections.