What we do:
We provide Design, Installation, and Support for a variety of scenarios. The technologies that are implemented range from Radio Frequency (RF) to Laser to provide the best resources for growing network and communications demands.
Implementation of a WiFi wireless LAN (WLAN) network, within or between buildings, requires performing a site survey. No one can tell exactly how wireless equipment will operate in every circumstance without a survey. This is especially true in an intra-building application where there are load bearing or asbestos-lined walls, or inter-building links where obstacles such as trees are involved.
- Point to Point (Unlicensed, Licensed or Emergency Services)
Connect One location to One Location. This will provide extended LAN coverage to remote buildings where copper, fiber or Phone Company lines are not available or are too expensive. Wireless LANs are perfect for construction sites where wired connections are impractical and the LANs may need to be relocated often. Wireless LANs are also perfect for factories where retooling and redesign of the manufacturing floor requires flexible LAN bridging.
- Point to Multi-Point (Unlicensed or Emergency Services)
Connect One location to Multiple Locations at the same time. This will provide extended LAN coverage to remote buildings where copper, fiber or Phone Company lines are not available or are too expensive.
- Outdoor Campus Roaming (Unlicensed)
This will provide outdoor coverage for Laptops and Handhelds in a Corporate or Educational environment.
- Outdoor Mobile Roaming (Unlicensed, Licensed or Emergency Services)
This is provide outdoor coverage for Laptops and Handhelds in a City-wide environment. Police, fire and other emergency services departments use city wide 4.9 GHz wireless LAN (WLAN) roaming networks to transfer data to moving vehicles. This data may be GIS maps, accident or incident reports, DMV database or driver’s license information, finger prints, property reports, still pictures or even streaming video.
- Indoor Wireless Network Roaming (Unlicensed)
This will provide wireless roaming coverage indoors. WiFi
Wireless LAN (WLAN) roaming is the ability of a laptop or other wireless device to transmit data continuously while moving freely throughout an area greater than that covered by a single wireless LAN Access Point. Airport, train station, bus terminal, or coliseum security can transmit pictures of suspects via WiFi
wireless-enabled PDAs using facial recognition software. Maintenance facility employees can access equipment repair histories in real time using WiFi
wireless-enabled handheld devices.
- Indoor Wireless Network Hot-Spots (Unlicensed)
This type of coverage is when you do not want to cover an entire building/area and just want to cover Conference Rooms, Meeting Rooms, Cafeterias & Lunch Area, or other specific areas.
- Indoor Cellular Repeater Coverage
This type of wireless system will provide cellular services in buildings where users usually have either little or no coverage for cell phone use.
The most common use of wireless LAN (WLAN) bridges and routers is to link networks between buildings. These buildings can be across the street from each other or miles apart. For example, a utility company has two buildings across a parking lot in a major metropolitan area. The cost to survey, trench, and repave the parking lot could run as high as $200,000. A T1 link in this area would cost about $12,000 per year including monthly line charges. A wireless LAN (WLAN) bridge or router link can be installed much faster at a much lower cost.
Corporate, municipal, and university campuses with multiple buildings requiring interconnectivity will find wireless LAN (WLAN) bridges and routers an efficient and cost-effective alternative to leased lines or laying cables.
- Universities are using WiFi wireless LANs (WLANs) to cover their campuses and dormitories, and using wireless wide area links to quickly connect LANs in dormitories to their central computing center.
- As corporations expand into nearby buildings, across industrial parks or across town, wireless LAN (WLAN) bridges and routers quickly re-establish their vital network connections.
- Public schools are using WiFi wireless LANs (WLANs) for learning centers, and to connect buildings such as portables on campuses. They are using wireless LAN (WLAN) bridges and routers to connect their elementary, middle, and high schools back to the main administration headquarters. Since wireless can travel long distances, many MIS departments can establish virtual networks covering all of their schools.
- Fire departments are making use of the wireless LAN (WLAN) bridges and routers to connect their various stations back to the central computing facility.