Smart PtMP radios

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StreetNode™'s innovative engineering addresses the complex problem of having a carrier-grade network down to city's streets, anywhere. This unique "all-in-one" solution is based on a revolutionary software-defined radio platform, which realizes connectivity service through overlay coverage and facilitation of street-level ("clutter") networking.

StreetNode™ operates in a variety of frequencies (26 / 28 / 32 / 42 GHz (ETSI) and 28 / 39 GHz (FCC)) and can be deployed on lamp posts or building walls, thus reducing the associated site costs significantly.

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Controlled by an intelligent SON (Self-Organizing Network) Manager, which simplifies provisioning, ensures service availability and automates optimization, StreetNode™ accelerates service deployment and minimizes investment and operational complexity.


  • Optimum frequency reuse, exploiting interference isolation due to building blocks at the street level.
  • Easy-to-get installation permission - StreetNode™ unobtrusively blends into the urban landscape.
  • Software-defined radio, Point-to-Point (PtP) or Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) - a single piece of hardware, StreetNode™, can fit anywhere within the backhaul network, operating as a hub or terminal.
  • "Zero-touch" service provisioning with advanced SON features - "plug and play" connection to the network in minutes via Bluetooth.
  • Innovative-design antenna featuring auto-alignment capability in azimuth and elevation planes.
  • Robust, carrier-grade wireless networking at street level with advanced multipath mitigation techniques.
  • Hardware installation and replacement convenience:
    • Flexible powering options (direct AC or DC and PoE).
    • Simple slip-fit mounting kit.
    • Replaceable power modules..
  • 1 Gbit/s aggregate capacity
  • Optimum frequency reuse - the entire backhaul network operates over licensed and unlicensed spectrum (26 / 28 / 32 / 39 / 42 / 60 GHz).
  • FCC & ETSI standard compliance.
  • Easy-to-get installation permission - StreetNode™ unobtrusively blends into the urban landscape.
  • Software-defined radio, Point-to-Point (PtP) or Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) - a single piece of hardware, StreetNode™, can fit anywhere within the backhaul network.
  • Hardware installation and replacement convenience:
    • Power supply options (AC / DC / PoE)
    • Simple slip-fit mounting kit
  • Bluetooth commissioning and 'zero-touch' service provisioning with advanced SON features - installer just plugs the power / traffic cable and StreetNode™ automatically connects to the network within a few minutes
  • Expanded applications through synergies with other Intracom Telecom PtP / PtMP products - unified management, uni|MS™, enables seamless deployment benefits
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Efficient & Accelerated Small Cell Backhaul

Traditional PtMP and PtP-based backhaul architectures have limited practical value in SmC backhaul applications, as they prove to be economically inefficient by today's standards. For instance, deploying PtP links, in order to connect all SmC locations at street level, may end to multi-hop, complex and expensive networks.

On the other hand, the exclusive use of NLOS technologies, while overcoming LOS limitations and providing deployment flexibility, are available at sub-6 GHz frequencies where resources are scarce and licenses are quite expensive. Furthermore, NLOS propagation, which is based on signal reflections, can create significant interference among adjacent radio links, also reducing capacity well below the nominal value.

The software-defined radio operation (PtMP or PtP) employed by StreetNode™ introduces an optimized architecture that significantly increases the connectivity possibilities in demanding SmC backhaul applications. In-clutter extensions allow connecting all those SmCs that do not have direct LOS with the overlay PtMP hub. One single unit - StreetNode™ - provides efficient overlay and street-level coverage, serving the vast majority of SmC locations without the need to consider alternative technologies with all their limitations.

Accelerated Deployment of Public & Private Sector Surveillance Infrastructures

StreetNode™ accelerates the deployment of surveillance infrastructures of public and private sector organizations, providing a low- cost, technically-complete solution for a variety of modern security applications, such as:

  • High-definition video surveillance for campuses and large areas.
  • Perimeter security for drilling sites, industrial facilities, pipelines, refineries, etc.
  • Traffic monitoring with invisible radios.
  • Wireless interconnection of borderline cameras.
  • Surveillance of energy and smart grid sites.

StreetNode™ network can aggregate high-definition (HD) video traffic from security cameras in large facilities. When expansion is required, a StreetNode™ node is simply installed next to each new camera position. The innovative technologies employed by StreetNode™ harness the connectivity issue, leaving businesses focus on their main activities.

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  • uni|MS™ (NMS)
  • Embedded Web-based GUI
  • CLI
  • SNMP
  • RMON (RFC 2819)
  • Historical statistics
  • Telnet, / SSH, HTTP / HTTPS, FTP / SFTP
  • Integrated Bluetooth interface for wireless provisioning


  • Operating Frequencies
    • 26, 28, 32, 42 GHz
  • Channel Sizes
    • 14, 28, 56 MHz
  • Radio Sector Capacity (net)
    • Aggregate: Up to 1 Gbit/s
    • Downlink: Up to 0.54 Gbit/s
  • Dynamic Hitless Link Adaptation
    • Downlink: 1024 / 512 / 256 / 128 / 64 / 16 / 4-QAM
    • Uplink: 256 / 128 / 64 / 16 / 4-QAM
  • FEC Coding Scheme:
    • LDPC and Reed Solomon


  • Interfaces:
    • 2 x 100/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
    • 1 x 100/1000Base-T (SFP)
  • Antenna:
    • Embedded antenna with automatic alignment mechanism
  • Electrical:
    • Direct AC, direct DC, PoE
    • Power Consumption 39W
  • Mechanical & Environmental:
    • Dimensions (H x W x D), mm : 298 x 158 x 176
    • Weight: 3 Kg
    • IP67 Ingress Protection
    • Operating Temperature: -33C to +55C (extended to -55C)


  • Carrier Ethernet:
    • IEEE 802.1d/ IEEE 802.1Q / IEEE 802.1ad
    • MTU size: 9600 Bytes
  • Ethernet Quality of Service (QoS):
    • Ingress packet classification per Interface, VLAN ID, L2 PCP, L3 DSCP, MPLS EXP or combinations
    • Classification actions supported: police, deny, remark
    • Remarking of L2 PCP
    • Ingress bandwidth profile (policing): Two-Rate Three-Color per UNI/EVC/CoS
    • Remarking of L2 PCP based on ingress policer's output color
  • Air Interface Scheduling
    • Egress classification based on VLAN, PCP, DSCP, MPLS EXP criteria
    • Two-stage hierarchical scheduling of service flows established between HUB and Terminals
    • Second level: Traffic prioritization within a service flow based on class of service
      • 8 Eight (8) queues, packet scheduling strict-priority (SP)
      • Configurable queue size to cope with traffic burstiness (e.g., for TCP traffic)
    • First level: Scheduling between multiple service flows based on service class and shaping per service flow
      • Eight (8) priority queues (7 available for user traffic) Four service classes:
        • Unsolicited Grant Service (UGS)
        • Real-Time Variable Rate (rtVR)
        • Non-Real Time Variable Rate (nrtVR)
        • Best-Effort (BE) Service without guaranteed rate
  • Synchronization:
    • ITU-T G.8262 /4 (SyncE)
    • IEEE 1588v2 Transparent Clock and Boundary Clock
  • Operations, Administration & Maintenance (OAM):
    • IEEE 802.1ag - Service OAM (CFM)
    • ITU-T Y.1731 (OAM mechanisms)
    • RMON Counters (RFC 2819)
    • ITU-T G.826 Counters