Technology

End-to-End Solutions

End-to-end wireless is a concept of wireless, cloud and security throughout a network from the backhaul/ISP connectivity to CCTV to WiFi & MDM.

Point to Point (PTP)

Point to Point Wireless (PTP) is a method of connecting two locations with ethernet when wires cannot be deployed typically due the substantial cost of ADSL/fibre or where terrain does not allow for cable to be dug into the ground.

Point to Multipoint (PMP)

Point to Multipoint (PMP) is a method of connecting multiple locations with ethernet when wires cannot be deployed typically due the substantial cost of ADSL/fibre or where terrain does not allow for cable to be dug into the ground.

Outdoor WiFi

Outdoor WiFi is simply when WiFi access is provided outside of a building. Outdoor WiFi is usually used as an extension of the internal wireless LAN network of an organisation, to give users a continuous WiFi service.

Licensed Microwave

Microwave wireless (or licensed microwave) is a term most commonly used to refer to Point to Point (and in some rare cases Point to Multipoint) that falls in the frequencies anywhere between 6 – 46GHz.

B-band Antenna Tracking

Broadband Antenna Tracking (or an Antenna Tracking System) is a method of auto-alignment for either Point to Point (PTP) or Point to Multipoint (PMP) moving constantly, periodically or sporadically.