High-throughput wireless Ethernet link includes PoE source capability

April 23, 2014
ComNet's NetWave NW-7 supports 240 Mbps throughput using MIMO technology.

ComNet (Danbury, CT) has introduced its NetWave NW7 wireless Ethernet link, designed for high throughput point-to-point or multi-point applications.

According to the company, the NetWave NW7 supports up to 240 Mbps throughput using MIMO technology, and is ideal for use as a high throughput backhaul link for installations that require connecting to more than one Ethernet device. The device is billed as a cost-effective, easy-to-use alternative to physical connections to Ethernet edge equipment.

The NW7 supports connected distances of greater than 2 miles in its FCC version and 4 km in an ETSI model. The device also supports IEEE 802.3at PSE (Power Sourcing Equipment) for powering PoE-connected devices, such as IP PoE cameras. Learn more at at www.comnet.net.

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