Unleash the power of Wi-Fi:
a result of our recent research in the field of wireless telecommunications we
now introducing our own line of wireless Wi-Fi access points. Unlike many other
market products our APs have most powerful radios working in both A and G
frequencies. Our access point substantially reduce the installation cost and the
cost of the equipment needed to cover the specific area. In addition they
provide a unique possibility to create long range wireless bridges between
campuses. Also they come with advanced security features, you can set them up as
the HotSpot, you can perform detailed network traffic analysis, or you can
create reliable WDS system. Look through this brochure to find out more about
possibilities of our access points. To see how our equipment can benefit you,
read the case study, up next.
We provide our Wireless Internet Service in one residential building in
Brooklyn. It is an old seven stories building, with 36 apartments. Before we
implemented out new 400mW access point we where running regular wireless
infrastructure that is easily available on a market by practically all vendors.
We had an access point installed on each floor, and we had 3 directional
antennas on the roof to cover 360 degrees near by area. Overall the residents
had stable service but in remote areas of their apartments the signal was very
weak and some time there might be no signal at all. To solve this problem we
could change the antennas on access point to 9dBi but that would made the access
point to stand out, and change the look of the hallways. So another solution was
to replace the APs to something more powerful. At that moment we found some very
expensive 200mW access points but they in our opinion where not cost affective.
So we decided to implement our own 400mW LRC-Wireless Access Point.
We installed our LRC AP in the forth floor of the building with 9dBi omni
antenna. After we measured the signal at different locations within the building
we had very strong signal everywhere, the link speed was 54Mbps. We even got the
coverage in the park near by that was about 100m away from the building. The
signal in the park was around –70dB but it gave us stable connection of 1Mbps.
As a result the upgrade reduced the amount if equipment needed to serve the
building and it added the simplicity of management. Cost wise such an
installation is 4 times more cheaper then installing 7 other APs.
Before New Installation
After New Installation of our AP
Access Point Features:
- Fast Frames
- Hardware Compression and Encryption
- Multi-Channel Bonding (108Mbps TURBO)
- Distance Adjustments in miles
- 64, 128 and 154-bit WEP-PSK, WEP-EAP with TKIP & AES Ciphers
- Full Access Point & Client support
- Access point association display, with the ability to put names to the
associations making it easy to spot unknown clients
- Enterprise-grade security
- Real-time traffic monitoring via 'beacon'
- Diagnostic tools such as tcpdump and ping
- 802.1d bridging for Ethernet and wireless ap, and layer-3 proxy arp bridging
for wireless clients.
- Integrated system log, with the ability to forward to a remote logging server.
- CBQ support with group, subnet, user and protocol-based shaping, with the
ability to have bandwidth fallback, and parent class sharing.
- Firewall support with integrated, easy to understand command syntax with the
option to directly use iptables commands for power users.
- NAT and Static (1:1) nat support, with special support for ftp, irc, h323, and
- Packet Bursting.
- Ability to do application-level (layer-7) firewall and shaping.
- Basic static routing in addition to more advanced routing protocols such as
rip, ospf and bgp.
- Captive portal / hotspot support, with radius-based authentication, accounting
and bandwidth control.
- eezee client, which allows clients seamless access to your network, regardless
of their existing network settings.
- DHCP client, and an option of two types of dhcp server, one that is simple to
use (dhcp auto-auth), and a more advanced one that allows static ip assignments.
- PPPoE server w/ mppe and mss clamping that uses radius authentication,
accounting and bandwidth control.
- PPtP client and server w/ mppe that uses radius authentication, accounting and
- Recursive dns server.
- 802.1q support with vlan termination and creation.
- Virtual distribution system (vds) with 256-bit aes encryption and compression.
Allows transparent Ethernet\-level access over a secured tunnel.
- Hardware watchdog
- SSH and console-based configuration with mouse driven text user interface
- Possible upgrade to two radios in one box
Detentions: 9” x 5” x 3.75” ( 220mm x 120mm x 95mm)
Two N-Type Connectors
NEMA-4 waterproof enclosure
(802.11g) and DSSS
CCK (11Mb 5.5Mb) 802.11b
DQPSK (2Mb) 802.11b
DBPSK (1mb) 802.11b
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Output Power (at connector)
(26dBm) 1-24 Mbps
251mW (24dBm) 36 Mbps
159mW (22dbm) 48 Mbps
126mW (21dBm) 54 Mbps
2 Mbps -96 dBm
5.5 Mbps -95 dBm
6 Mbps -94 dBm
9 Mbps -93 dBm
11 Mbps -92 dBm
12 Mbps -91 dBm
18 Mbps -90 dBm
24 Mbps -86 dBm
36 Mbps -83 dBm
48 Mbps -77 dBm
54 Mbps -74 dBm
Certification Grant (QGK-SR2)
54,48,36,24,18,12,11, 5.5, 2 and 1Mb with Auto Fall-Back
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