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LED  |  advertising  |  digital images  |  digital signage  |  digital signage networks  |  ethernet  |  wireless bridge

Advertising with Wireless Digital Signage

Digital signage is a development of traditional signage and nowadays it is available in wireless form as well. Digital signs use LCD, LED and projectors to display digital images, videos, and information. They are mostly found in public places such as airports, bus stops, museums, stadiums, stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings. Digital signage use content management systems and digital media distribution systems that can be run from personal computers and servers on to the screen. Digital Signage content can be updated frequently and easily, which is why they are gaining popularity as a substitute to static signage.

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Bridge  |  Industrial  |  LAN  |  data  |  ethernet  |  point-to-multipoint  |  point-to-point  |  wireless  |  wireless bridge

Functions of a Wireless Bridge

A Wireless bridge is the most convenient way to connect two or more LAN sections without the use of Ethernet cables, which run between two separate LAN segments. Various local area networks can be linked without any wire because of this hardware device. Many IT professionals generally use the technical term named as wireless LAN to LAN bridge instead of the wireless bridge.

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antenna  |  industrial wireless  |  network  |  wireless bridge  |  wireless systems

An Introduction to Industrial Wireless Bridges

In infrastructure development, a bridge is constructed to connect two locations that are separated due to a certain distance. They are used to connect places that have been separated by a water body or a valley in between. Industries also use Wireless Bridges for similar purpose but in a completely different way. An Industrial Wireless Bridge is used to connect two networks that are separated by a certain distance. They are widely used in large campuses where various different locations require simultaneous access to one parent network, which is commonly known as the intranet network.

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LAN  |  WLAN  |  wireless  |  wireless bridge  |  wireless connection

Understanding Wireless Bridges & Wireless Bridging

Technically speaking, Wireless Bridge is an advanced hardware device meant to be used for connecting two (at times more than two) network segments. The network segments i.e. Local Area Networks or the parts of a Local Area Network may be separated either physically or typically by protocol. More often than not, the Wireless Bridge may not be a hardware device, since certain operating systems (for instance Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows) offer software so as to bridge various protocols.

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