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System Part
RF Part
Coaxial Cable
Antenna Unit
Active Repeater
System Configuration
SparkLight WDM
NS 600
NS 1650

In comparison with other transmission media, radio-relay systems have certain advantages. Essentially, radio devices enable quick set up of a connection between two locations, whereas a fixed network is unavailable or has too small a transmission capacity. For example, radio-relay systems can be used for the backbone links of large corporations, stand-by links for the main route protection, for the temporary connections, base station connection of cellular mobile network or for the access network. SparkWave can be applied anywhere, where quick installation, flexible and cost effective solution of telecommunications problem is needed.

Advantages of the SparkWave Family are:
State of the Art Technology
The most advanced technological solutions of microwave units enable achievement of top technical performance and very high availability of operation.

Modular Structure
The Modular structure gives the family flexibility and, consequently, a cost effective solution to customer needs.

Possibility of Applying an Active Repeater
The SparkWave 18/23AR active repeater produced by Iskra Transmission provides additional applicability of radio systems. The active repeater is applied where long distance transmission is needed and in cases where two radio stations are not with in line of sight.

Compatibility with the SparkView Network Element Management System
The SparkWave family is directly compatible with the SparkView management system with all the advantages that can be offered by this system. There is no need for additional hardware to achieve this compatibility.

The Main Features of the SparkWave Family are:
  • Frequency ranges of 7, 8, 15, 13, 18, 23 and 38 GHz
  • Transmission capacity of 2x2, 4x2, 8, 16x2+2, 34+2 Mbit/s and 10/100 Ethernet + 2 Mbit/s
  • The microwave part is independent from the transmission capacity and the system part is independent from the frequency range
  • Analog and digital service channels
  • Auxiliary 2 Mbit/s channel (at 34, 16x2 Mbit/s and 10/100 Ethernet transmission capacity)

Device Names
  • SparkWave DRL 7GA
  • SparkWave DRL 8GA
  • SparkWave DRL 13GA
  • SparkWave DRL 15GA
  • SparkWave DRL 18GA
  • SparkWave DRL 23GA
  • SparkWave DRL 38GA

Description of the Device:
The SparkWave system can be divided into the system and the RF parts. Both are connected with a coaxial cable. The system part is independent from frequency ranges, while the RF part is independent from transmission capacity.

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