Data Communication Solutions
Carrier Ethernet Access | Mobile Backhaul | Multiservice Access | Last Mile (Local Loop) | Voice Trunking Gateway | TDM Pseudowire | TDM Converters

RAD’s AXCESS+ portfolio offers an array of First Mile product solutions for extending multiple services transparently end-to-end over copper, fiber and wireless access infrastructure from DSLAMs, SDH/SONET or packet switched networks. RAD’s AXCESS+ First Mile solutions ensure reliable communications across long distances (10 km/6.2 miles over SHDSL or 120 km/75 miles over fiber and wireless) with data transmission rates of up to 22.8 Mbps (SHDSL) or 100 Mbps (FO/wireless).



Broadband Wireless Radio

Point to point 16 x E1/T1 & 2 x Eth, 100 mbps full duplex for a range of 120 km/75 mi.

Main Features

  • Supports easy migration to Ethernet microwave by combining native TDM and Ethernet support in a single platform
  • Versatile product range provides high flexibility to meet diverse IP- or PDH-intensive backhaul scenarios
  • Fast and easy deployments with user-friendly installation and alignments tools
  • Robust solution for NLOS (no line of sight) and over-water deployments with OFDM, MIMO and antenna polarization features
  • Cost-effective solution with unparalleled performance
  • High reliability and availability based on robust air interface protocol and 1+1 link redundancy



Point-to-Multipoint Ethernet Radio

100 Mbps full duplex, for a range of 40 km/25 mi. Supports 16 end units

Main Features

  • Fast and easy deployments with user-friendly installation and alignment tools
  • Guaranteed bandwidth with dedicated channels and Service level Agreement per subscriber
  • OFDM/MIMO ensure high spectral efficiency and robust performance, even in nLOS/NLOS (no line of sight/near line of sight) installations, strong RF interference, or harsh ambient conditions
  • Advanced synchronization features support simultaneous transmission from up to 32 remote units
  • Shared Base Station architecture delivers low-cost per subscriber
  • Point-to-Point performance in a Point-to-Multipoint Ethernet radio