Licensed bands are helping to improve public safety with NPX11-HP-3FT.
In the city of Guadalajara, on one of the highest points of the city, on the hill of the dovecote, a link was made in the offices of the command control center called C5 of Jalisco for public safety, where the NPX11-HP-3FT antennas were a quick solution for backhaul deployment. They were able to achieve the expected results with a 3-foot dish antenna and are still waiting for the launch of the 4-foot upgrade designed for microwave radios such as the Mimosa B11.
The results showed a transmission of 312/780 Mbps, which was more surprising than the fact that the corporation's own spectrum license already showed some interference.
One of the advantages was undoubtedly the rapid deployment of the equipment, as there was a growing need to keep a tourist site such as Tequila monitored, as well as having broadband services to further close the digital gap with the NPX11-HP-3FT and B11 from Mimosa and NetPoint.