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Wi-Fi is the most common RF (radio frequency) technology in the world. With speeds up to 1.3Gbps (Gigabits per second) in 802.11ac and 4.6Gbps with the new 802.11ad specification, Wi-Fi is the most ubiquitous technology on the planet.
Switching and Routing
Switching and Routing is the backbone of all wide area data networks including the Internet. From the LAN (Local Area Network) to the WAN (Wide Area Network), Ethernet data can be efficiently distributed to servers, desktops, and fixed wireless equipment.
Fixed Wireless is a PTMP (Point to Multipoint) and PTP (Point to Point) wireless technology that leverages licensed or unlicensed microwave frequencies to wirelessly distribute data in a network. Where access to conventional broadband technologies like DSL ...
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Educators and K12 IT Directors are running a race against time to deliver increased bandwidth to all buildings on campuses while extending the their network edge all the way to the desk. Wireless access points are the primary means of distributing Ethernet in classrooms Learn more
Utility companies have long utilized remote monitoring with SCADA and other low bandwidth applications over expensive satellite links Learn more
Wireless backhauls are an important part of telecommunications. They can allow small startups, and established LEC's as well, to penetrate unserved markets with speed and efficiency versus a comparable fiber option. LTE products from Baicells Learn more
Radio and Television Broadcasting
There isn’t much in the broadcast ecosystem that isn’t already IP, except the baseband tier of live production,” said Chuck Meyer, chief technology officer for Grass Valley. He points to the fact that most facilities follow a file-based workflow for production Learn more
Integrators are companies who make turnkey solutions based on unfinished components such as Mikrotik RouterBOARD and RouterOS. Their products include assembled CPE/AP devices, preinstalled Integrated antennas and rackmount solutions Learn more
One of the most important applications of IP based digital microwave systems is represented by the connection between buildings in hospital complexes and from the main electronic archive to remote laboratories and specialist health checking points Learn more
A microwave link is a communications system that uses a beam of radio waves in the microwave frequency range to transmit information between two fixed locations on the earth. They are crucial to many forms of communication and impact a broad range of industries Learn more