Mimosa Networks C5c/G2 Bundle 5GHz Connectorized Long Range Client Radio with G2 2.4GHz PoE Wi-Fi Gateway, 4950-6400MHz, Supports A5 GPS Sync, TDMA, MU-MIMO, 2x2 RP-SMA, AGC Squelch, 500+ Mbps, 27 dBm, NA and EU plugs
Mimosa Networks C5c/G2 Bundle, Mimosa 5GHz Connectorized Long Range Client Radio with G2 2.4GHz PoE Wi-Fi Gateway, 4950-6400MHz, Supports A5 GPS Sync, TDMA, MU-MIMO, 2x2 RP-SMA, AGC Squelch, 500+ Mbps, 27 dBm, NA and EU plugs
Manufacturer PN #: 100-00070
Part #: 100-00070
Mimosa C5c - No Client Too Far
The Mimosa C5c is a flexible connectorized client radio solution for accommodating long range and custom antenna solutions. Incorporating unique Multi-User MIMO technology and TDMA client technology for the Mimosa GPS sync enabled network, the C5c enables the fastest speeds and is the most scalable wireless access solution available today. The C5c is ideal for professionally installed rural fixed wireless and long range applications.
Flexible Antenna Options
Connect to virtually any dual polarization antenna to custom engineer longer distance client links. The C5c has dual RP-SMA connectors for easy cabled antenna connectivity. It can be mounted to any pole via hose clamps or easily clipped onto antennas supporting compatible clip-on mounting bracket systems.
A key component to scaling networks efficiently is leveraging innovative new Multi-User capabilities. With MU-MIMO, multiple clients on the same access point are coordinated by the access point to simultaneously share spectrum ``spatially'' via unique antenna beamforming. Each client device shares spatial geographic information with its associated Mimosa A5 device to allow coordination of the shared spectrum. This radically improves multipoint access scaling and spectral efficiency.
TDMA GPS Sync Client
The C5c offers client-side support for the Mimosa A5 multipoint GPS sync enabled TDMA protocol. This ensures each client device precisely receives and transmits under the timing control of the access point and can dynamically request upstream bandwidth. As opposed to alternative (fixed) timeslot protocols, upstream bandwidth and latencies are allocated on demand which enables significantly higher overall upstream network bandwidth utilization.