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Conformity For ELVA-1 in Russia

May 15, 2008
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ELVA-1 Millimetre Wave Division has received Certificates of Conformity from the Russian Federation’s Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications (MITC) for its wireless communications technologies PPC-80/70 and PPC-95/92 digital radio links, providing data transmission up to 1250 Gbps.


As the company continues to expand its presence in broadband markets throughout the world, the Russian certification makes it the first manufacturer to be able to offer certified 71 to 76 GHz, 81 to 86 GHz and 92 to 95 GHz gigabit wireless links to customers in the Russian Federation. This puts the company in a strong position to be a major participant in the large and rapidly developing Russian wireless communications market.

The certification process was detailed and lengthy. First, ELVA-1 had to obtain development and manufacturing permits, and then assist in creating new Russian equipment regulations for these high frequency, high data capacity radio bands. For certification, their equipment was subjected to stringent performance testing.

As a result the company now has all necessary certifications for worldwide acceptance by government technical agencies: American (FCC), European (ECC) and Russian (MITC) for its PPC-1000, PPC-80/70 and PPC95/92 radio links, providing wireless connectivity at 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet, 155 Mbps STM-1 and 1250 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet capacities.

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