As the cost of running fiber or copper wires skyrockets, broadband wireless backhaul technologies have become a key element of cost-effective broadband wireless networks. Wireless backhaul refers to the use of high-performance point-to-point (also known as PTP) wireless links to extend connectivity between two locations, instead of using a costly wired connection. Today, you have customers that are seeking to incorporate wireless data access, Voice over Wifi, and real-time video on the same wireless network. In order to support the high demands placed upon wireless networks – without the high cost of running wired links to each wireless access point or node – broadband wireless backhaul is the answer. RF Connect has the ability to deliver Gigabit throughput (and more) over wireless links. Wireless backhaul provides all the performance of wired links –for a fraction of the cost.
The Michigan Department of Transportation utilizes high performance licensed and unlicensed wireless backhaul systems which were designed and implemented by RF Connect to extend the reach of their Intelligent Transportation System across the state.