Easy World Automation | Proxim Tsunami QB-10100-LNK-100-WD Point-to-Point Radio

Proxim Tsunami QB-10100-LNK-100-WD Point-to-Point Radio

  • One auto MDI-X RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet with PoE in
  • 2x2:2 MIMO
  • Two N-type Connectors with built-in Surge Protection
  • IP67


The Tsunami Quickbridge® 10100-xxx is a compact bandwidth-controlled version of the Tsunami Quickbridge® 10100 product family and offers all the advanced features and benefits of the 10100 series with a lower cost of entry. The ability to scale the bandwidth from 50 to 200 Mbps as needed allows the network designer to right-size the link to suit the needs of the application.

This highly reliable and compact product is ideal for installation in cities and by major highways, where wireless point-to-point networks provide the best and lowest cost backhaul of video, radar, and traffic control data.

The Tsunami® Quickbridge® 10100 supports the following key features that are critical for carriers, wireless service providers, and Government organizations that need to know they can rely on the network.

You can place an order for the Proxim Tsunami QB-10100-LNK-100-WD Point-to-Point Radio, which is applicable in the Oil & Gas industry, online via one of our Middle East branches (Dubai/ Oman/Saudi Arabia) and get it delivered at a low cost at a specific time.


Wired Ethernet One auto MDI-X RJ45 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet with PoE in
Wireless Protocol WORP® (Wireless Outdoor Router Protocol)
Radio Specifications
MIMO 2x2:2
Modulation OFDM with BPSK, QPSK, QAM16, QAM64, QAM256
Frequency 4.900 – 5.925 GHz (Subject to Country Regulations)
Channel Size 80 MHz, 40 MHz and 20 MHz (±5ppm channel accuracy)
Data Rate MCS 0 to 9 with Dynamic Data Rate Selection
TX Power Up to 28 dBm (dual chain)
Throughput License controlled to 50, 100 or 200 Mbps
TX Power Control 0 - 27 dB, in 1 dB steps. Automatic TPC with configurable EIRP limit
Other Dynamic Channel Selection (DCS) based on interference detection, Dynamic Frequency Selection (DFS) based on radar signature , Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) with EIRP limit support
Antenna Type Two N-type Connectors with built-in Surge Protection
Remote Telnet and SSH, Web GUI and SSL, TFTP, SNMPv3
SNMP SNMP v1-v2c-v3, RFC-1213, RFC-1215, RFC-2790, RFC-2571, RFC-3412, RFC-3414, Private MIB
Other Syslog, sFlow™ agent, SNTP and local time, Spectrum analyzer
Standards and Protocols
Synchronization Pass-through IEEE 1588v2 Ethernet Synchronization
Encryption AES 128
Authentication Internal MAC Address Control List, Radius based Authentication (with VLAN and QoS provisioning)
Modes Bridging, Routing (RIP v2 and IP tunneling)
IP Stack IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously
Gateway Features DHCP Server & relay, NAT with Std ALGs, PPPoE end point with Proxy DNS
VLAN 802.1Q: Management VLAN. Transparent, Access, Trunk and Mixed mode. QinQ double tagging
Power Requirement
Power Consumption 17 Watt typical
Power Supply 36 to 57 VDC via Ethernet port (Power over Ethernet) , 12 VDC via Access port, Power should not be provided simultaneously on both ports
Physical Characteristics
Temperature OPERATING -40º to 60ºC (-40º to 140º Fahrenheit), STORAGE -50º to 70ºC (-58º to 158º Fahrenheit)
Humidity 100% relative humidity
IP Rating IP67
Dimensions Packaged 11.81x10.83x5.31 in (300x275x135 mm)
Dimensions Unpackaged 5.02x8.68x2.85 in (127.5x220.5x72.5 mm)
Weight (PACKAGED) 6.39 lbs (2.9 kg)
Weight (UNPACKAGED) 2.75 lbs (1.250 kg)
Standards and Certifications USA: FCC 90Y + 15E (UNII 15.247), Canada: IC RSS 102 + RSS 111 + RSS 247, Europe: RED EN 301 489-1 + EN 301-489-17 + EN 301 893 + EN 302 502
Safety UL 60950, CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60950, IEC 60950, EN 60950 (part -1 and -22)
Wind Loading 180 km/h (112.5 mph)
MTBF 250 000 hours
Package Checklist
Package Contents One Tsunami® QB-10100-LNK with two N-type surge protected connectors (Two QB-10100-EPA), Two power injector and country specific power cord, Two Connector weatherproofing kit (Includes all recommended weatherproofing material), Two Pole mounting kit, Two Grounding kit, Two Quick Installation Guide