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Point-to-Point Bridges

Point-to-Point Bridges

In wireless network technology, a point-to-point transport system is used to transmit, or “backhaul,” voice and/or data traffic from a cell site to a switch; for example, from a remote site to a central site. Point-to-point bridges are often used in conjunction with IP video surveillance cameras and mesh broadband networks.

BearCom carries a complete line of point-to-point bridges from BridgeWave Communications and Cambium Networks.

"Compared to other offerings, BridgeWave's links provide more bandwidth at a minimal maintenance cost," says Praveen Panchal, Chief Information Officer at John Jay College Department of Information Technology. "Essentially, we get GigE connectivity without breaking the budget and an 'install and forget' solution for data and voice connectivity that has been reliable as the fiber connection between our buildings over several years."
Point-to-Point Bridges

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