PPC-1000-LL 1GE Low Latency

Low Latency 1GE PPC-1000-LL

Operates in E-band, Q-band and Ka-band

Ultra Low Latency millimeter-wave links most often are used in private wireless networks between financial centers in different cities or even countries. Mm-wave/microwave networks have two key advantages over fiber: radio signal propagates through air about 40 percent faster than light moves down fibre, and second, network providers could build microwave trace in about straight line between the two cities, that’s the shortest way ever.

The PPC-1000-LL Low Latency link provides full-duplex data rates of 1.25 Gbps in a single, zero-footprint, all-outdoor solution. Among E-band, PPC-1000-LL Low Latency link also available in FCC licensed Q-band and Ka-band.

Measurement of a tiny latency of wireless device cold be a painstaking work. Advertisements coming from link manufacturers are trying to hit the potential customers with awesome low latency numbers, sometimes even beyond of physics law.

Thus, having an independent professional confirmation of ELVA-1 link latency becomes is crucial for decision makers on client side. Click to “Read RFC2544” button to read independent RFC report from TWS Technologies (The Netherlands).


  • 45 ns (nanoseconds) latency at zero wireless path distance which is 1,000 times lower than typical Ethernet radios
  • High gain with longest distances within 70/80 GHz and 39-43.5 GHz spectrum
  • 1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet full-duplex by RFC 2544
  • E-band radio max distance is 7.1 km (4.3 miles)*
  • Q-band & Ka-band radio max distance is 14.4 km (8.7 miles)*
  • Nordic design works well for regions like Alaska, Canada, Northern Europe
  • Intended for High Frequency Trading Networks (also known as High Speed Trading), last-mile solutions for networks where transmission speed is crucial.

* Calculated for ITU rain zone “E” (22 mm/h), 2 ft antennas, 99.95% link availability.


Read RFC2544


  • Low latency 1GE link for High-Frequency Trading

    For use in private wireless networks between financial centers

  • Long-range millimeter wave link

    ELVA-1 millimeter wave links are well-known on the market for thier long-range operation

In High Frequency Trading (HFT) applications shaving even a single millisecond from trading times can equate to a distinct infrastructure advantage and generate significant profits. According to Information Week Magazine: “A one (1) millisecond advantage in trading applications can be worth $100 million a year to a major brokerage firm”.

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