Wireless backhaul technologies are making an impression in the telecommunications world. The technology signals lots of savings for mobile operators and also them to introduce additional services for their customers. Realizing this, Provigent, a provider of System on-a-Chip solutions for the Broadband Wireless Transmission market, will present
cutting-edge wireless backhaul technologies at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (News
) event in Barcelona.
Wireless transmission infrastructure for mobile cellular backhaul is an alternative to fiber or copper infrastructure. Wireless backhaul offers significant advantages over traditional infrastructure solutions for cellular and personal communications services operators including cost, time-to-market, and flexibility of range, capacity and location.
At the event, Visitors to Provigent can meet with key executives and hear firsthand how Provigent has pioneered a new level of innovation within the wireless transmission market. The solutions of the company are ideal for cellular backhaul networks, fixed access, core networks, and private networks. They can also be quickly deployed and up-scaled for the legacy and new cellular backhaul evolution such as 3G, HSPA and LTE (News
“Mobile backhaul is a high growth market and microwave is the dominant technology for backhaul,” said Dan Charash, CEO of Provigent. “Our advanced solutions enable our customers to meet the evolving requirements of this market while shortening time to market.”
“At Mobile World Congress we will present our innovative new generation of System-on-Chip solutions that address current and future market needs resulting in total cost of ownership savings,” Charash added.
The display by Provigent will interest the companies who are dealing in point to point wireless connectivity for voice, video and data traffic, optimized for broadband wireless transmission.
Recently, the company introduced
an integrated analog Integrated Circuit for microwave backhaul – the PVG710. Provigent’s PVG710 integrated transceiver for microwave systems converts the interfaces of a digital modem to or from the intermediate frequencies that are used for signal transmission between the indoor unit and outdoor unit, company officials said.
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Edited by Kelly McGuire