Hannover, Germany and San Diego -- Hannover, Germany and San Diego, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- - LightPointe latest innovation another free-space optics industry first: multi-beam array tracking LightPointe, an innovator, designer and manufacturer of optical transmission Equipment using Free-Space Optics (FSO) technology, today introduced its newest product line for carriers at CeBIT, in Hannover, Germany.
What does MBAT stand for?
MBAT stands for Multi-Beam Array Tracking (optics)
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The FlightStrata's proprietary Multi-Beam Array Tracking (MBAT) steers four laser beams and a receive lens array as a highly redundant single transceiver source through the air between link heads mounted atop buildings or behind office windows.