Microwave Backhaul Solutions

Backhaul that’s built for the long haul

Demand for backhaul throughput continues to grow. Increased traffic is straining capacity and spectrum availability, with interlink interference becoming more common.

Maintaining your network status quo is not a viable option. Because, as you know, the slightest glitch—signal interference, network disruption—will impact customer satisfaction.

CommScope can help. We offer a range of wireless backhaul solutions starting from spectrum management and link planning to a complete range of point-to-point microwave antennas together with all the necessary connectivity accessories.

Each is designed to the highest engineering standard and guaranteed to work seamlessly across your network.

In addition to meeting the intense data demands of today and tomorrow, CommScope backhaul solutions provide long-term savings, including:

  • Reduced tower space
  • Improved spectrum usage
  • Decreased maintenance costs

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