Starting in 2000, SkyPilot set out to build an entirely new class of broadband wireless equipment by applying advanced designs to address common RF issues such as interference, spectral efficiency, range, scalability, capacity, redundancy, and fault tolerance. After over four years of designing and engineering a completely new wireless architecture, the result was a cost-effective system that elegantly and gracefully handled the major complexities of deploying RF solutions. In late 2004, SkyPilot came to market with a unique carrier-class broadband wireless solution and market validation came quickly: over 120 customers in more than 30 countries in the first year. Today, SkyPilot has over 450 customers in over 60 countries around the world.
This innovative new architecture blends two significant wireless innovations into a single solution. Within each system, SkyPilot developed Synchronous Switching capabilities to dynamically select individual directional antennas from an array of antennas. With these capabilities, each system would dynamically align point-to-point connections with other systems and coordinate transmissions throughout an entire network of systems. This architecture, called SyncMesh™, synchronizes a multitude of dynamically interconnected point-to-point links to create a mesh of broadband wireless base stations.
With this combination, SkyPilot solves some of the most serious RF issues facing broadband wireless deployments. We invite you to learn more about this innovative and powerful architecture.