A major software update for Quanta 5, one of the most iconic Infinet Wireless products

We at Infinet Wireless are constantly improving the functionality and performance of our Quanta solutions, and we are happy to announce the release of several significant software updates for Quanta 5.

First of all, we’ve completely reworked the Instant DFS algorithm, aimed at scanning the spectrum and spotting the most optimal frequency range. As long as the systems backed with Wi-Fi networks of IEEE 802.11ac standard use the same frequency range, the one selected won’t be optimal, because the interference situation differs in each location. Quanta 5 stands out from the solutions of its competitors, being capable of working in both frequency ranges, because the Instant DFS algorithm selects the best possible frequency range for every side of the radio link.

Secondly, we added the ability  to work in the 50 MHz and 56 MHz bands. Quanta 5 is characterised by higher spectral efficiency compared to systems backed with Wi-Fi networks of IEEE 802.11ac standard, and it uses 30% less spectrum, which makes the solution's maximum performance in the 56 MHz band comparable to competitors’ products operating in the 80 MHz band. As is well known, the wider the channel width, the worse the reception. As a result of using almost a third less spectrum, not only does Quanta 5 help save the most valuable radio resource, but it also mitigates interference.

Last but not least, we’ve updated the web interface; now Quanta 5 stores the operational statistics so it’s not necessary to deploy extra systems to hold monitoring and analysis. In the process, data is now displayed in the form of convenient graphs with channel key parameters.

The updated software version 2.0.0 for Quanta 5 has already been embraced by our teammates and partners’ representatives all over the world. They recognize the more convenient interaction with the solution, including the transparent analytics, even in a complicated interference situation. Testing continues in the scope of different applications.



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