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Cambium Networks, a provider of wireless broadband solutions, has launched PTP 650, a sub-6 GHz addition to its PTP portfolio.

The company says the wireless broadband platform offers throughput of up to 450 Mbps, delivers 10 bps/Hz and operates in any frequency between 4.9-6.05 GHz. Cambium adds that the PTP 650 includes data encryption and secure management features to protect against cybersecurity threats.

According to Cambium, the PTP 650 can transmit vast amounts of data from densely populated areas to support advanced metering infrastructure aggregation sites.


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