GRC-5220 Tactical Broadband ETHERNET Radio

GRC-5220 is the Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) based high capacity Ethernet radio designed for outdoor use in the tactical field to provide secure and reliable communication. GRC-5220 uses 2x2 Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technologies to provide high throughput and communication reliability.

 

GRC-5220 also provides Quality of Service (QoS) support to ensure the successful delivery of both bandwidth intensive and delay sensitive applications at the same time.
 
GRC-5220 radio system consists of two units: BaseBand Unit (BBU) and Radio Frequency Unit (RFU). Both units are designed to be used in harsh outdoor environments, such as the tactical battlefield. GRC- 5220 system ensures that two units can be seperated more than 1 km.
 
Operating Frequencies
​NATO Band III+ (1350 – 2690 MHz)
NATO Band IV (4400 – 5000 MHz)
 
Performance of Point-to-Point (PTP) Mode
Ethernet Throughput: Full-duplex 100 Mbps, total 200 Mbps
​Configurable Downlink/Uplink ratios
​Communication Distance: 100 km under Line-of Sight (LOS) conditions
  
General ​ ​
​System Capability:​LOS, and non-LOS (NLOS)
​Operating Modes:​Point-to-Point (PTP), Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) [up to 3 sector]
​Power Requirements:​AC: 220 ± %10 V, 47.5-52.5 Hz  DC: 21-32 V - <300 W
 
Wireless ​ ​
​Transmission: ​OFDMA, MIMO, TDD (Time Division Duplex)
​Channel Size ​0.3125, 1.25 (only PTP), 2.5, 5, 10, 20, 40 MHz
​Channel Resolution: ​312.5 kHz
​TX Power: ​Peak 37 dBm, average 25 dBm, adjustable with 0.5 dB steps (manual and automatic)
​Rx Sensitivity: ​-102 dBm (10 MHz, QPSK modulation]
​Modulation: ​QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM, 256QAM (only PTP)