Layer3 Microwave Radio

Private, Enterprises and Mobile networks all are looking at IP/MPLS services across their network. Many have IP/MPLS based metro rings and Carrier Ethernet links extending to access sites. In many cases a complete end-to-end IP/MPLS infrastructure may result advantageous under several aspects. 

IP/MPLS enables

  • mesh networks topology
  • service scalability
  • IP network convergence





  • Faster time to service
  • Simpler service set up
  • Simplified management
  • Simpler maintenance


  • Single QoS management
  • Less buffers and switching
  • Processing time


  • 40% less CAPEX on hardware
  • I&C saving on single box deployment
  • Power and real estate saving costs

Mobile Backhaul Network Applications

MPLS backhauling in LTE-A
MPLS backhauling in LTE-A  

LTE-Advanced introduces new key features to mitigate interferences, maximize radio performances and boost user capacity. All of these features have specific requirements that are reflected into the backhauling network. The introduction of MPLS layer3 microwave radio systems provMPPide a good solution for backhauling and the enablement of these new features.

Read more about MPLS backhauling in LTE-A


Our Solution’s Benefit

Service Convergence

Supporting E1 natively or circuit emulated. The solution evolves with your Network, with MEF 2.0 certified Carrier Ethernet services, ready to support IP/MPLS services.

Microwave Radio or Stand Alone Aggregator

AGS20 operates as both next generation layer3 microwave radio as well as L2/L3 service aggregator for MEF2.0 and IP/MPLS services.

Interoperability tested

Interoperability with major router vendor tested and certified for fast network introduction.

Microwave Radio Band Awareness

Market first to develop a microwave awareness mechanism to fully exploit adaptive bandwidth (MAB) changes with no traffic hit or IP losses, now a standard. (ITU-T Y.1731 ETH-BN)


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