Building-to-Building Enterprise Connectivity and Point-to-Point 4G/LTE Applications
Ultra-low latency networks can be beneficial in numerous industries and applications, such as High Frequency Trading (HFT), emergency response, medical networks, military applications, and other time-sensitive environments. High capacity and ultra-low latency network connections are the lifeline of many real-time networking applications. By using a combination of high capacity and ultra-low latency wireless bridges (e.g., E-Band radios operating in the 70/80 GHz frequency spectrum; V-Band 60 GHz radios; laser-based FSO solutions), an infrastructure designer can engineer a network that vastly out performs fiber connections, from a latency perspective. The best ULL wireless bridges available offer virtual zero latency (VZL) designs, and have active clock and data recovery (CDR) circuitry. This enables the bridges to be cascaded “daisy chained” to increase distances without having to consider the increase in latency at the hub location(s). In addition, in the case of ULL radio deployment, the use of a dual polarization adapter doubles capacity, yet only requires a single antenna installation. Whether deploying ULL radio bridges, or ULL FSO bridges or a combination of radios and FSO units organizations can now transmit data far faster than fiber networks.