Government and Public Safety
High Capacity Microwave Radio Systems for Secure Wireless Backhaul
Federal, state, and municipal governments require secure, failsafe networks to carry critical Ethernet and voice traffic. Trango Systems provides point-to-point microwave backhaul solutions for the most demanding environmental applications ensuring high availability and reliable communications.
Trango's microwave backhaul systems are designed to be compliant with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's (NTIA) regulations for TR spacings in the 7 GHz, 8 GHz, 15 GHz and 23 GHz point-to-point licensed microwave bands.
Trango provides high capacity, secure wireless backhaul solutions for a wide range of government and municipal applications such as:
- Interconnection of Government Facilities
- Remote Video Surveillance
- Metro-scale Public Safety Networks
- Trunked Two-way Radio Backhaul
- NTIA-compliant models to support DoD applications
- Secure Wireless WAN / Wireless MAN
- Multi-site/Building LAN Interconnection
- Voice Backhaul
- GIS Data Transmission
- First Responder Networks
- Bandwidth Upgrades for Existing Networks
- Replace Leased Access Lines
- Traffic Enforcement/Surveillance
- Port/Harbor/Airport Security Monitoring
- Campus/Complex Security Monitoring
- Military Installation Perimeter Security
Trango Systems' TrangoLINK Sparta Elite™ is the most secure microwave Ethernet point to point system on the market, utilizing integrated NSA Suite B compliant FIPS-197 certified AES256-GCM real-time encryption. The Sparta Elite is also FIPS 140-2 and HIPAA compliant, with secure management interfaces over SSH, HTTPS.
In addition to advanced information security, the Sparta Elite features Intelligent Payload Compression (IPC) which compresses packets in real time to provide capacity improvements up to 2.5 x the raw data rate. If the compression does not yield an improvement, the packet will go through uncompressed. Latency is typically only increased by 100 microseconds and in the case of larger packets may be reduced. Compression ratio is content variable and can be monitored using the management interface. Both compression and encryption can be used simultaneously.