Flyer: FAS Expert System (International)
Aviat’s FAS Expert System software is custom built to monitor and detect interference, perform trend analysis of the network over time to track the growth of interference, and isolate problem links often before noticeable impacts occur.
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Field Test Report: Field Test Report: Aviat Participates in Field Testing on 6 GHz Unlicensed Devices with Ameren and EPRI
In response to the FCC announcement of the expanded use of unlicensed equipment into the 6 GHz band, Aviat Networks, along with Ameren (utility operator with large Aviat install base) and EPRI (non-profit research & development organization), agreed to execute a series of field tests to determine potential impact unlicensed equipment could present into an existing microwave radio path.
Flyer: Hosted FAS Expert Service
Our Hosted FAS Expert Service allows you to harness the power of our FAS Expert System, without lifting a finger.
White paper: FAS Wi-Fi Testing Summary
The purpose of this document is to describe the laboratory tests executed to understand, create, validate, and refine the rules designed and implemented in the expert system. We will focus specifically on the WiFi interference tests as those are the most critical at this point due to the imminent opening by the FCC of the 6 GHz frequency band to WiFi and other unlicensed uses. While we have conducted numerous WiFi interferer tests in our labs, we will only present in this document one of the most representative sets capturing the different interference levels and the effects that they create in the PTP microwave link.
Flyer: FAS Expert System FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions about the Aviat FAS Expert System software
Videos: Webinar replay: Learn how to protect your networks from interference
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Flyer: FAS Expert System
Flyer: Aviat’s FAS Expert System software is custom built to monitor and detect interference, perform trend analysis of the network over time to track the growth of interference, and isolate problem links often before noticeable impacts occur.
White paper: FAS Expert System
White paper: For more than two years now, the FCC has been evaluating the necessity and feasibility of opening up the 6 GHz band to unlicensed users of a wide variety of devices. They’ve published multiple notices of their findings, and on April 2, 2020, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai issued a draft version of the official rules, allowing unlicensed operation in the 6 GHz band—over the entire 1,200 MHz spectrum of that band. A final vote on April 23 opened the door to Wi-Fi 6e.