Senior Vice President for Motorola Networks, Bruce Brda, said this is the company’s fourth-generation WiMAX CPE platform. He added that with each generation, Motorola’s built in WiMax platform has more functionality, while driving down prices so operators could compete more effectively.
The CPEi 825 has one data port and one voice access port. “It also features a firewall for security, providing an effective solution for residential communication needs.
“The desktop unit can be mounted on a wall with an optional accessory that lets users position the unit in the best possible location for improved indoor performance”, added Brda.
Brda stated that the modern builds upon the functionality of earlier CPEs in the portfolio to deliver improved uplink performance, network operations, management and self diagnostics, meaning a better experience for customers and decreased expense for operators due to the unit’s remote management capability.
The CPEi 825 also features multiple input/multiple output (MIMO) functionality, a highly sensitive receiver, omni-directional performance, high-power output and high-gain polarized antennas with switched transmit diversity.
by Goodman Majola