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Netronics NetAxis

High Speed Carrier Class Microwave Connectivity Solutions for IP and TDM
  • Native ETH-based Point-to-Point radio
  • High full-duplex throughput over a single channel: up to 400 Mbit/s, up to 800 Mbit/s with XPIC
  • Hitless Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM), 4QAM to 256QAM
  • Radio Link Aggregation (RLA)
  • Nodal configurations with four radios and 1.6 Gbit/s in 1RU
  • XPIC 1+1 in 1RU (NetAxis™-IDU4)
  • Pseudo-Wires (PW) over ETH for multiservice transmission
  • Advanced QoS features to fully support various classes of traffic
  • ETH ring protection (ITU-T G.8032)

NetAxis is a native Ethernet wireless backhaul platform employing state-of-the-art MW packet technology, providing superior deployment
flexibility for the most demanding backhaul network applications. It achieves traffic throughputs of up to 400 Mbps over a single link (or
up to 800 Mbps with XPIC) with channelization up to 56 MHz. Higher capacities can be achieved by the use of extra outdoor units on the same IDU.

NetAxis incorporates statistical multiplexing for best optimization of the available link capacity, advanced Radio Link Aggregation (RLA) and hitless adaptive modulation – 4QAM up to 256QAM – for increased service availability in all weather conditions.

Network configurations are flexible, ranging from single links to nodal implementations for traffic aggregation sites. Backhaul of legacy services is carried out seamlessly through Pseudo-Wire Emulation functionality, with low end-to-end latency, and through the utilization of E1, STM-1 (VC-12/4), and Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces.

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With regards to protection capabilities, NetAxis provides various redundancy options (ODU, modem, Gigabit Ethernet), also allowing the implementation of Ethernet protected rings, as per ITU-T G.8032, of assured low recovery switching time (less than 50 ms).

The NetAxis efficient timing capabilities include traditional G.703-based synchronization, Adaptive Clock Recovery (ACR) and Ethernet synchronization based on Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588v2 (transparent) standards.


  • Removes backhaul bottleneck
  • Facilitates the delivery of new compelling services
  • Increases customer base and ARPU
  • Keeps control of your network with end-to-end OAM
  • Builds future-proof backhaul networks
  • Optimize Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with add-on features
  • Inject flexibility in last-mile access applications
  • Implement nodal configurations for aggregating traffic from multiple sites
  • Implement ring topologies for transmission network resiliency



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