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CPEi 850

Convenient, wireless, broadband access with the sleekest design yet

CPEi 850

The Motorola CPEi 850 series Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) with WiMAX and WiFi capability provides high performing, self-orienting wireless broadband access to meet your end-users' voice and data needs.

HIGH DESIGN

With a balanced blend of power, performance, reliabil­ity and "wow" style, the CPEi 850 series introduces a unique, ultra-small, integrated form factor. The sleek unit was designed by Motorola's award winning, highly regarded Consumer Experience Design Team which is recognized for their work on the MOTORAZR and MO-TORAZR2 handsets. Extensive market research went into the CPEi 850's design to assure that this is a CPE that would enhance any home or office.

RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT

This CPE has substance and beauty. Network operators can count on the 802.16e WiMAX Forum Wave 2 certi­fication ready, cutting-edge, CPEi 850. It has multiple data and voice access ports and high gain antennas that adaptively switch to offer best possible signal strength. Unique signal strength, data and voice indicators in the front and back of device makes it easy for users to eas­ily check the status of the device. Its highly sensitive receiver exceeds the WiMAX Fo­rum's specified receive sensitivity requirements. This combination not only reduces the base station infra­structure requirements to the operators, but also offers to the subscribers, better quality data and voice services (QoS), stretching the overall 64QAM and 16QAM ser­vice regions. Finally, advanced ventilation, integrated design and no moving parts makes the unit not only noise free, but also more reliable.

STATE OF THE ART ANTENNA TECHNOLOGY

The CPEi 850 series features some of the most ad­vanced antenna techniques available today. Our in­tegrated, adaptive, switching feature and high-gainantennas enable hassle-free, easy orientation so the CPE will get the best possible radio signals with a simple plug and play, wherever you put it in the home or office. The Motorola CPEi 850 Series features dual adaptively switching antennas to support diversity techniques such as MRC Maximum Ratio Combining (MRC), MIMO Ma­trix A and B. Combined with multi-antenna operations at the access points and open and closed-loop adaptive antenna techniques, the CPE solution provides best-in-class range and indoor penetration.

CONVENIENT FEATURES INCLUDING WiFi

All access ports in the plug and play CPEi 850 are in­tegrated and it comes with all the device drivers pre­loaded. Subscribers do not need to perform any ad­ditional actions other than just connecting the device to their computer and voice handsets. In-built device drivers mean no CDs are required for end user installa­tion. The network will automatically detect the device and perform the necessary authentication processes. In addition, zero-install design and over the air (OTA) software upgrades eliminates the need for costly truck rolls or operator intervention. Finally, the CPEi 850 was designed to offer WiFi access. Motorola's CPEi 850 se­ries industrial design supports multiple frequencies and channel bandwidths seamlessly in addition to providing a best-in-class desktop wireless broadband modem with high power integrated WiFi 802.11 functionality. Mul­tiple data, voice and WiFi connection make this device a compact communications center for all the advanced home communication requirements, replacing multiple boxes such as Ethernet router, external VoIP device and the WiFi router.

PERFORMANCE

CPE device performance is a factor of antenna gain, receiver sensitivity, orientation, diversity techniques used and transmitter power. The radiated performance of WiMAX CPE devices can differ dramatically; in a typical environ­ment 3 to 6dB low-end performance by CPEs on your network can translate to the need for over two times as many access points in order to provide the same level of service. This fac­tor needs special attention particularly during the initial deployment periods of the network.

CONTROL

The Motorola CPEi 850 Series supports remote management capability allowing management and health monitoring of the devices from a centralized network or element management system. Advanced security and authentication protocols protect the end-user and the opera­tor from external threats.

STRETCHING CELL BOUNDARIES WITH REMOTE ANTENNA SUPPORT

CPEi850 series offers two integrated ports in addition to the data and VOIP ports enabling the subscribers to connect an optional re­mote, high gain antenna. This could not only help subscribers get a better quality of service in the cell boundaries, but also may allow op­erators to provide last mile coverage and ser­vices in the most cost effective manner. An easy-to-read signal strength indicator provides the customer visibility into the performance of the unit and indicates when to swivel the antennas to assist in increasing the device's reception.

MOTOROLA AND wi4 WIMAX

The Motorola CPEi 850 Series is part of the MOTOwi4 family of broadband wireless ac­cess technologies, a comprehensive platform of wireless broadband solutions and services. Designed to complement and complete op­erator networks, MOTOwi4 solutions address a broad range of applications across operator segments. Our wi4 WiMAX CPEs and devices demonstrate exceptional ability to overcome the harsh conditions of the radio propagation environment. So they'll not only deliver excel­lent performance for your subscribers, but lower costs and higher returns to you

MOTOROLA CPE/ 850 SERIES SPECIFICATIONS

Характеристика Значение
Radio Performance Up to 2.5 kilometers range
  Automatic Electronic Antenna Orientation
  MIMO Matrix A and B and Maximum Ration Combining
  Convolution Turbo Coding (CTC)
  Hybrid Automatic Repeat request (HARQ)
  Optional Remote Antennas
  Specifications
  Receiver Sensitivity: <-95 dBm (1/2 QPSK @ 5MHz BW)
  Typical Antenna Gain: +7 dBi
  EIRP: 33 dBm+
  Noise Figure: 5 dB
Connectivity 4 Ethernet Ports
  2 Integrated ATA Ports (VoIP)
Certification WiMAX Forum Certification Wave 2 Ready
  5 MHz and 7 MHz Channel for 3.5 GHz
  5 MHz and 10 MHz Channel for 2.5 GHz
  5 MHz and 10 MHz Channel for 2.3 GHz
Quality of Service Classe BE (Best Effort)
  UGS (Unsolicited Grant Service)
  RTPS (Real Time Polling Service)
  NRTPS (Non Real Time Polling Service)
  ERTPS (Extended Real Time Polling Service)
Throughput 15 Mbps Down-Link 3 Mbps Up-Link
  Adaptive Modulation Schemes: QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, both up-link and downlink
Security Device authentication based on X.509 digital certification
  Authentication methods according to IEEE 802.16e, EAP-TLS and also EAP-TTLS
  AES (128-bit CCM) Data Encryption and Authentication Firewall
Remote Configuration and OTA (Over The Air) field upgradeable
Software Upgrade SNMP v3 Agent
  OMA Agent
OS Compatibility Windows
  Mac
  LINUX
Mechanical and Electrical External Power: 100-250 Volts AC input
  Operating Temp: 0°C to 40°C
  Operating Humidity: 5% to 95%, non-condensing
  US and International plug support
Environmental and Regulatory North America
  Europe
  Asia
  Latin America