Indoor/Outdoor Wireless System
A wireless site survey is a physical survey of the premises where the wireless network will be installed. A survey identifies optimal locations to place access points so the network can provide 100% wireless coverage, and maximum performance within the desired area.
No need to pay expensive leased line charges between buildings, or put up with the slow speeds associated with leased lines. Receive blistering speeds with minimal operating costs and ensure that your network is not the slowest link in your companies performance!
Deployment of an outdoor wireless network requires an even greater specialised skillset due to the unique volatile nature of the outdoor environment.
Point to point network:-
Point to point wireless network links connect two locations together through line of sight (LOS), operating in unlicensed radio frequencies through free space optics with speeds available between 100mbps to 10Gbps. Typical Point to Point applications are:
Point to multi-point network:-
Point to Multi Point wireless networks, also used for outdoor hotspots, interconnect multiple locations to central access points through line of sight and non line of sight (nLOS). They can operate in both the unlicensed and licensed frequencies bands with speeds up to 1Gbps. A point to multi point wireless network can be a highly cost effective replacement for leased lines.Typical multi-point applications are:
Wireless Mesh Network:-
Wireless mesh networks provide a self-configuring, scalable, and self-healing wireless network capable of extremely high concurrent connections. Each mesh node will have redundant links to other mesh nodes which creates inherent redundancy. Mesh networks are ideal for large outdoor, or high capacity environments as they can scale to many kilometres.Typical Wireless mesh network applications are:
Laser Link Communication:-
When cabling or fibre solutions are unavailable or expensive, a laser link between buildings is a high speed solution for the linking of data and voice networks. Operating at speeds up to 1Gbs over distances of up to 500m, laser links provide a flexible, secure reliable and high speed link between buildings. Lasers operate without the need to obtain frequency licences, are not subject to electro-magnetic interference and eliminate the need for leased lines or other data and voice circuits spanning roads or other inter-building spaces. SIG Telecommunication provides a fully managed site survey, installation and configuration service, backed up with on-site support.