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Better Solutions...

Integrated microwave routers

» Learn about our CTR 8500

High power all-indoor radios

» Learn about our IRU 600

All-outdoor, IP-SDN radio

» Learn about our WTM 4000

Automation solutions to simplify operations

» Learn about AviatCloud

From Experts You Can Trust...

We'll assess it for you

» More on AviatPlan

We'll figure it out for you

» More on AviatDesign

We'll implement it for you

» More on AviatDeploy

We'll maintain it and take care of you

» More on AviatCare

Meet some of our experts

We get to know you and your requirements and goals, and we develop a simple microwave network solution for you. Then we put it in place for you and keep it running smoothly.

  • joseozzie_escobedo

    Jose "Ozzie"

    Technical Support Engineer – Aviat TAC1
    Texas, USA

    I'm a lead engineer in Aviat's Technical Assistance Center (TAC) in San Antonio. My number one job is to take care of our customers.

  • emmaraymond

    Emma

    Software Quality Assurance (SQA) Lead
    Wellington, NZ

    My job is to take the perspective of the customer, validating our software robustness and functionality to ensure our customers get extremely reliable, feature rich software.

  • Marko Vaupotic Aviat Networks

    Marko

    Software Development Manager

    I lead our Software Development Team of 6 people. One of my areas of expertise is embedded Linux system design, framework architectures and microwave specific functions.

  • Bojana Kenda Aviat Networks

    Bojana

    Design Verification Engineer

    I develop and run automated tests for L3/MPLS functionalities, review incoming code and work on improving existing automation testing framework.

Aviat exists to provide dependable products, services, and support to our customers. The experience our customers receive by our capable and devoted staff is unmatched in this industry and our proven products run some of the most mission critical networks on the planet. This is what makes Aviat Networks the trusted expert in microwave networking.

—Michael Pangia, CEO, President

Short list of our customers

Digicel - Mobile phone network company
BT Group - Telecommunications company
VimpelCom - Global provider of telecommunication services
Globe - Broadband communications
Entel - Telecommunications company
MTN Group - Mobile telecommunication company
Smart Communications - Cellular phone provider company
Telikom - Telecommunications
U.S. Cellular - Telecommunications company
Verizon Wireless - Wireless company
City of San Jose
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
State of Nevada
Airtel - Telecommunications company

The facts

Aviat — THE trusted expert in microwave networking solutions. The foundation of the company goes back 50 years, providing a rich history of innovation, knowledge, experience, and expertise resulting in over 200 patents for our technology.

More than

370

MOBILE NETWORKS AROUND THE WORLD

Over

1,000,000

SYSTEMS INSTALLED AROUND THE WORLD

70 +

YEARS IN BUSINESS

200 +

PATENTS

3000 +

CUSTOMERS WORLDWIDE

Listed on NASDAQ

AVNW

THE American Microwave Company

Our radios are designed, built and supported all within the USA. Our nationwide presence includes:

  • Corporate Headquarters
  • R&D, Manufacturing and System Integration Services
  • Comprehensive in-country Service and Support
  •  320+ US employees

 

Combined with our 70+ year presence and expertise, you can be assured of superior products and support for all your mission critical microwave needs.

Find out more

Aviat Networks Made in the USA

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State of Colorado’s Lessons Learned from Spring Fire 2018

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Unfortunately, throughout much of the western half of the USA, wildfires have become all too common. Moreover, with the recent fires in California this month, things seem to be getting worse. Wildfires and other natural disasters can have significant impacts to communications systems affecting not only personal cellular communications but also first responder and other mission-critical communications. Fire, police, emergency workers and other first responders need communications during natural disasters more than ever and this is precisely the time when thing just need to work.

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14 Nov

Space Diversity and Lowering TCO

By Monica Valdez

By Stuart Little, Director of International Product Line Marketing, US

Space diversity has been an important feature in long haul microwave systems for many years to counteract the effects of multi-path fading. Space diversity enables very long links over highly reflective surfaces such as bodies of water for example, where a non-diversity link would not deliver the high availability required.

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