ALS Series

4 to 42 GHz Packet and Hybrid Configuration

Backhaul network requires a transport solution with great flexibility to support multiple access technologies. ALS Series provides Native IP, Native PDH and SDH connections to address in a single equipment solution all traffic needs. It covers any market segment ranging from cost-sensitive applications to advanced network implementations in which high capacities, complex protection schemes and excellent reliability are mandatory.
ALS superior mix of Packet and TDM interfaces allows easy network evolution from pure TDM to pure IP with circuit emulation option. Its advanced packet capabilities are certified to comply with LTE transport requirements. A complete range of user interfaces (E1, Gigabit/Fast Ethernet and STM1) and a high degree of versatility allows for a very easy network planning and management.

Why using ALS microwave radio solution:

  • Field proven in top mobile operators globally
  • Field proven TCP/IP compliant for LTE networks
  • Full flexible platform IP/hybrid applications
  • MAB support optimizing packet transport network performances
  • Lowest power consumption in the market
  • Nodal configuration with stackable IDU
  • SNMP supervision protocol
  • MEF 2.0-Carrier Ethernet Services
  • Synch and phase distribution according to ITU standard
  • In-service software upgrade
  • Multilayer header compression
  • TDM traffic Native and Circuit Emulated PWE3 support


Als series 4 to 42 GHz Packet and Hybrid Configuration:




A family of highly flexible platforms addressing PDH/SDH and IP transport solutions. Two RF connections support per IDU and stacking capability to create a nodal solution with a pay as you grow strategy. Circuit Emulation and packet synchronization distribution offer a full IP solution for data networks.

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