Do you need to create a long-range wireless connection that isn’t line-of-sight and handles interference? 900 MHz radios and antennas are a lower frequency, meaning that they are more able to penetrate obstacles in their way.
According to experts, the use of outdoor wireless Ethernet bridge has increased due to its reliability and its ability to provide quick access and data retrieval. The Ethernet Bridge is normally used to connect two Local Area Network (LAN) segments and can extend internet services even in the remote locations. These bridged pairs are available for both indoor and outdoor applications. The access points are used for transmitting wireless radio signals.
The 900 Mhz Ethernet Technology is known to provide reliable, powerful and secure wireless communications. It is well-suited for long range applications involving harsh environmental conditions. Ethernet radios with frequency of 900 MHz are quickly and easily configured. These lower frequency 900 MHz radio waves are known for their greater penetration through walls, buildings, tress and other obstacles. It can go up to a distance of 1500 feet with trees and other obstacles on the way.
A 900 Mhz Ethernet Bridge is one of those things people may not have much experience using or managing. The best way how to find a good model and a good manufacturer is to spend some time shopping around and asking other people about this device. It means that there is a possibility to look both online and offline to find the best solution and then buy it from the best company. Some companies, who make them, also distribute them, therefore, finding a good company that sells the Ethernet Bridges should not be too hard.
At AvaLAN Wireless, we have done our best to design our products in such a way as to push the limits of possibility, sometimes even venturing into the realms of the unfathomable. However, the Laws of Physics and the Universe still govern much of what we can and cannot do. We still have limits. The trick to making the most of our products is to know those limits. Knowing your limitations is not just beneficial to your project, it is crucial to its success. Knowing your limitations will save you time, money, effort, and especially frustration. Today I would like to talk about some of the basic limitations of the 300Mbps 5.8GHz Radios (AW58300HTA, AW58300HTS, and AW58300HTP-PAIR). These include line of sight, throughput and Gigabit cable lengths. In Part 1, we will discuss the line of site limitations.
Wireless tube housing is a necessary component for keeping an eye on your remote installations, and also to keep your transmission secure. Such housings can use FHSS technology. FHSS means Frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology. As the name implies, while transmitting data, the systems hops frequency in a definite sequence which can be de-codified by the receiver to make a meaning of the data streamed. As per definition, FHSS is a method of transmitting a radio signal by rapidly switching the carrier wave in many frequency channels. The nature of switching is random, rather pseudorandom, and the sequence is known to the transmitter and the receiver (the system of coding and decoding is not that simple and there are lots of tricks). This saves the data from interference (from background noise) and eavesdropping (hacking). However, it is not a completely watertight security; an algorithm can discover the sequence and your armor get cracked and vulnerable, so for all sensitive installations another layer of security is deployed to eliminate the possibility of data jamming (a necessary evil of electronic war game). All such wireless tube housing gadgets are available in:
When it comes to understanding wireless connectivity, you first need to understand that not all types of wireless applications are equal. Without a good working knowledge of wireless technology, it sometimes gets difficult to understand which type of wireless band radio should be employed to maximize connectivity in a particular situation. Since each wireless network behaves differently and is capable of emitting different strengths and weaknesses, it is always a good idea to calculate the requirement prior to choosing the most reliable connection.
When designing any system, engineers and system architects usually want to know how well the various components of the system will perform. In a microprocessor, logic or other digital system these questions usually are answered in terms of clock speeds, instructions per second or data throughput. With wireless communication, the most common performance questions involve range.
This article will discuss design considerations that provide the maximum transmission distance for digital wireless radio communication in the FCC unlicensed bands, while minimizing the system power supply requirements, thus facilitating solar or wind powered remote applications.