FibeAir® IP-20S - All-outdoor, compact, all-IP edge node

Ceragon’s FibeAir IP-20S wireless backhaul node enables you to increase your operational efficiency, ensure your peace of mind and enhance your subscribers’ quality of experience.

Ceragon's FibeAir IP-20S all-packet edge node offers high spectral efficiency across licensed and license-exempt frequency bands (6-42GHz), increasing operational efficiency. It fully supports  advanced Carrier Ethernet services and enhanced security features. The IP-20S's all-outdoor form factor simplifies installation, eliminates the need for shelters, and reduces power-related expenses.

A cost-effective solution for macro-cell and small-cell, all IP, all-outdoor connectivity.

The FibeAir IP-20S is part of the FibeAir IP-20 platform, featuring the unified CeraOS operating system, which streamlines wireless backhaul network modernization, operation and management.

  • Radio 
    • 6GHz to 42 GHz
    • High capacity & spectral efficiency
    • QPSK–2048QAM
    • 500 Mbps of radio throughput
    • Seamless hitless Adaptive Coding & Modulation (ACM) with ATPC
  • Networking
    • Integrated Carrier Ethernet switching, MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0-compliant
    • MPLS-TP-ready
    • Up to 30% more capacity using innovative Header De-Duplication
    • Carrier-grade service resiliency (G.8032, MSTP)
    • ITU-T Y.1731 fault and performance management: MEF 35
    • High resiliency to bursty LTE/LTE-A traffic using ultra-deep buffers
    • Service Assurance for strict SLAs utilizing Hierarchical Quality of Service (H-QoS)
    • SDN-ready
  • Security
    • Comprehensive, multi-layer security:
    • AES-256 radio encryption
    • Secured protocols and management interfaces (HTTPS, TLS, SSH, SNMPv3)
    • Secured architecture and software design
    • Advanced authentication and identification management.
  • Other
    • Future-proof, scalable and modular
    • Modular architecture for customized configurations
    • Highest carrier density in the market: up to 10 radio carriers in 2RU
    • Full redundancy: no single point of failure (SPoF) design