Cambium Networks’ ePMP product line has setthe standard for high performance, scalability
and reliability in harsh interference environments all at a compelling price. The ePMP 3000 is the
third generation access point (AP) that carries on the interference tolerance mechanisms from
ePMP 2000 but adds the power of Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO).
The ePMP 3000 is a 4X4 MU-MIMO access point that can double the
throughput at the sector level with the samechannel bandwidth by serving two subscribers
at the same time. In addition, the ePMP 3000 continues interference mitigation techniques
with support of the beam steering antenna for uplink, dynamic filtering for neighboring channelinterference, and the robust software from the
ePMP product line. The ePMP 3000 AP system consists of the ePMP 3000 AP, a 4X4 sector
antenna, optional beam steering antenna and a 25 dBi and 16 dBi subscriber modules.
The ePMP 3000 system boasts high packet persecond performance, peak throughput of 1.2 Gbps
and supporting subscriber modules with 600 Mbps of peak throughput.
• Frequency Reuse: Supports GPS synchronization and
SM Transmit power control to allow for frequency re-use.
• Unmatched Performance and Scalability: With the efficient
Cambium Networks MAC protocol and advanced air-fairness
scheduler up to 120 simultaneously active subscriber
modules can be served without performance degradation.
• Industry-Leading Interference Tolerance: The intelligent
filtering capability on the receive side makes the ePMP 2000
immune to the effects of strong off-channel interferers and
on the transmit side serves to reduce off-channel noise for
better radio co-location.
• Industry-Leading Spectral Efficiency: MU-MIMO in the
downlink doubles the sector capacity by serving two
MIMO users at the same time.
• MU-MIMO support with peak throughput of 1.2 Gbps
• 256QAM-5/6, 80 MHz support
• Supports a wide frequency range: 4910 – 5970 MHz
• 802.3at compliant 100/1000BaseT interface
• Frequency re-use with GPS sync, interference mitigation
with beam steering antenna and dynamic filtering