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900 MHZ  |  900MHz  |  Ethernet radio  |  RF  |  SCADA  |  ethernet  |  long range

All About the Versatile 900Mhz Technology

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.

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RF  |  antennas  |  gain antenna system  |  omni-directional  |  outdoor  |  wireless antenna

The Fundamentals of Omni Directional Antennas

Radiating and receiving RF Electromagnetic frequency in all directions in a plane, Omni Directional Antennas can be external and in-built. These antennas are widely used in wireless devices like cellular telephone set and wireless routers. The coverage pattern of the antenna looks like a sphere. For mid to high gain performance, in-built Omni Directional Antennas are used. If higher level of gain performance is required detachable antennas are used. These Wireless Antennas are available in several designs namely rubber duck, spider, ceiling mount, etc.

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RF  |  Video Surveillance  |  safety  |  security  |  wireless

Advantages Of Wireless Surveillance Camera In The Home And Business

Now-a-days wireless video surveillance camera is in huge demand. People prefer wireless camera because of its best picture quality, inexpensive and easy installation. With its smart RF technology, the wireless camera will adjust the intensity of camera lens giving more clarity to the picture. Wireless camera ensures complete safety. You can also view your house or office through laptop or mobile phone. The below points will give you a fair idea about the benefits of wireless camera in home and business.

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RF  |  avalan  |  avalan wireless  |  hardware  |  modules  |  wireless

Advantages of Wireless Modules

Wireless Modules are “building blocks”, which are incorporated into an application and eventually minimize the development time and the risks involved in a project. The technology is very easy to use and a user does not need to have any necessary knowledge of RF engineering principles or prior experience in manufacturing. The saved time can be utilized for concentrating on applications’ various other aspects and their development. Some of the other advantages of wireless modules technology are following:

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300 Mbps  |  5.8 GHz  |  RF  |  data rate  |  ethernet  |  point-to-multipoint  |  point-to-point  |  radio  |  tech support  |  throughput  |  wireless

Wireless Networking Limits - Part 2 of 3 - Throughput

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.

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300 Mbps  |  5.8 GHz  |  900 MHZ  |  RF  |  Radios  |  avalan  |  avalan wireless  |  distance  |  ethernet  |  frequency  |  throughput

Wireless Networking Limits - Part 1 of 3 - Line of Sight

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.

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RF  |  amplitude  |  bandwidth  |  frequency  |  signal  |  spectrum analyzer

All About Spectrum Analyzers

A spectrum analyzer measures the magnitude of an input signal versus frequency within the full frequency range of the instrument. They examine the spectral composition of electrical, power, acoustic or optical waveform. The Spectrum Analyzer works by splitting a signal into amplitude and frequency component. From sub audio, audio and radio frequency analyzer, today, there are different varieties of Spectrum Analyzers to choose from.

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5.8 GHz  |  900 MHZ  |  RF  |  antennas  |  frequency  |  industrial wireless  |  interference  |  obstacles  |  radio  |  radio transmitting  |  signal

Wireless Path Loss - 4 Factors to Consider for Transmission Range

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.

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RF  |  analysis  |  networking  |  radio  |  spectrum  |  wireless

How to read a spectrum analyzer?

The Basics Of Spectrum Analyzer Science has always been about the observation of the existing phenomena and the discovery of new things from the same. Talking about the analysis and observation, one of the major scientific equipment meant for this purpose is the Spectrum Analyzer. The basic function of a Spectrum Analyzer is to measure the magnitude of input signals (both known & unknown). Though the input signal in a spectrum analyzer is generally electrical, other signals like - sound waves, light waves, etc. can also be measured. For this, however, a suitable transducer needs to be used along with the Spectrum Analyzer. The Spectrum Analyzer can be used to monitor the incoming signals on various parameters like dominant frequency, bandwidth, distortion, etc. Such analysis proves helpful in the characterization of Wireless Transmitters & other such electronic devices.

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