XLIN Long Range WLAN Application
Below are the types of application that could be derived using XLIN Long Range WLAN Platform. XLIN wireless equipments are true outdoor, long range WLAN equipments design for the most demanding conditions. The technology offers a cost-effective option for extending and expanding networks.
Elementary Application (Point-to-Point)
Extending Internet Service : PSTN or ADSL
An ADSL signal can be extended wirelessly using a XLIN WLAN to as much as 60 Km using a pair of WLAN Radio on Bridge P2P Mode. ADSL and WLAN are both using Ethernet technology hence it is very easy to extend your ADSL connection by plugging in the RJ45 terminal into the WLAN Base Station Ethernet port. Using a series of bridges, ethernet signal can be over-extended longer than 60km.
LONG RANGE WLAN POINT-TO-POINT SCENARIO
Expanding LAN to WAN Network
Expanding LAN network
Expanding your LAN network or linking two separate LAN network is also very easy using a XLIN WLAN Bridge on P2P mode.
LONG RANGE WLAN EXPANDING LAN NETWORK SCENARIO
Senior Application (Point-to-Multipoint)
Wide Area Network (WAN) application for ISP Operator
Wireless ISPs will find XLIN WLAN Access Points very cost-effective in implementing wide-area service by using multiple Access Point Installations to blanket a large area with wireless signals.
Cyber Café (Game Network in areas without Broadband)
In areas without broadband services, Long Range WLAN is ideal for cyber café gaming. Isolated areas can have their computers home in to a gaming server or on-line internet gaming server using wireless access
LONG RANGE WLAN POINT-TO-MULTIPOINT DEPLOYMENT
Virtual Private Network (VPN) Application
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Create your own Virtual Private Network (VPN) using XLIN WLAN devices to link your office, remote branches, telecommuting employees and clients.
Point of Sale (Private Network, Internet Cost free)
Improve your store or retail shop’s sale-monitoring system by hooking your cash register to a wireless device and run real-time, point-of-sale application program. Branch’s store transactions can be monitored in real-time in the main office without even using the internet.
LONG RANGE WLAN VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORK (VPN) SCENARIO
Rural Telephony Application
Extend Telephone Service (VOIP)
On top of delivering reliable internet access and Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony via widely available VoIP service, you can extend a fixed-line (landline) dial tone to remote areas using a combination of WLAN device and voice gateway (FXO/FXS). Plugging the RJ11 to the voice gateway (FXO), the gateway will convert the signal from analog to digital (IP Traffic) and then covert it back to analog via another voice gateway (FXS). An FXO gateway converts the regular, public switched telephone network (PSTN) into one of VoIP variants. An FXS gateway does exactly the opposite - it takes VoIP signal and transforms it back to regular "phone line" signal.
Rural Central Office (PSTN Service Provider)
Operate as a local telephone exchange provider in your area via combination of wired and wireless service. Haul multiple telephone lines or E1 (30 lines) connection by using WLAN Bridge plus E1 Converter or FXO/FXS from the nearest telephone exchange, feed the E1 connection (or PSTN Lines) unto a PABX and deliver the service via traditional two-wire cable. Another option is to use a Wireless Access Point (AP) to operate WiFI telephony within a radius of 3-5Km from the AP using WiFi enabled phone-handsets on the client side.
LONG RANGE WLAN RURAL TELEPHONY SCENARIO
Long Range WLAN is also ideal for consumer type of application. Practically, you can combine Long Range WLAN devices with any telecommunication gadgets such as VOIP gateway, phone, fax, video cam, webcam and many others for a variety of applications.
• Least Cost Total Solution: VOIP, LAN, Phone, Fax, Video Conference.
• Security and Remote Monitor application
• Large-scale Remote Monitoring (webcam)
• Hotel Wireless Internet Access Solutions
• GSM for far rural site
LONG RANGE WLAN REMOTE SURVEILLANCE & MONITORING SCENARIO
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