Cambium releases new radio system

The PTP 700 radio
The PTP 700 radio | Courtesy of Cambium Networks
Cambium Networks announced Monday the release of its latest point-to-point broadband radio system, the PTP 700.

The company states that these radios are specialized for operations by the military, government, public safety and industrial activity. The radios are able to operate on multiple frequencies that are both licensed and unlicensed between 4.4 GHz and 5.9 GHz, and they have a range of approximately 124 miles.

"In the federal, public safety and industrial space, network operators require high-performance equipment that can be deployed in any scenario," Cambium CEO and President Atul Bhatnagar said. "Their work and often, our safety, depend on our technology. Our heritage in mission-critical communications has given us strong expertise in efficiently, economically and securely transmitting information over any environment for any purpose. We are pleased to further raise the industry standard in critical communications with the PTP 700."

 The company lists video surveillance, border security, first responder deployment, tactical military operations as possible applications for this radio system. The product will begin shipping in August.

 "We've been customers of Cambium Networks for some time and have been pleased with the performance of our PTP 600 modules," Dan Bambach, general manager for Southwestern Wireless, said. "We were impressed with the PTP 700's superior performance and flexibility, and look forward to incorporating it in our existing networks for a range of public services."

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