Xlin Long-Range WLAN Application Tips

XLIN Long Range WLAN Application Tips and Guide to Extending Coverage:

The illustration below will prove helpful in the deployment of Wireless Internet Service (WISP) in urban and remote rural application. By utilizing XLIN Long-Range Wireless Bridge or Backhaul Radio to haul internet connection from the city to areas lacking broadband facility.

This translates to tremendous cost-saving on the part of the investors and promises big return in investment in a short span of time.


Master (with multi-Slaves) to Master (with multi-Slaves):

One Master (with multi-Slaves) to multi-Masters (with multi-Slaves)or Mesh-Networking:

Extending XLIN Long Range WLAN Coverage


TIP 1:

This scenario is utilizing the Point-to-MultiPoint concept; with the scenario of Master to Master, the wireless coverage can be doubled while the LAN network can be wirelessly extended by times. The minor disadvantage for the second Master network is that the speed will be halved.

TIP 2:

Wired Connection is adopted here between the Slave 1 and Master 2 in the mid-way point. After the wireless extended LAN arrives in Slave 1, the Master 2 can be ‘wire connected’ as one of the client of the 2nd LAN network, and then again transmit the network to next point as the 3rd LAN network. Thus the total radio coverage from Master 1 to Slave 2 (it may continue up to Slave X..) in this case will be 10Km~40Km.

Slave 1 and Slave 2 (or until Slave x…) are all functioning as one of the client of the LAN network that Master 1 extends. With this application it can simultaneously support these extended networks while there is “No Speed Reduced”

TIP 3:

The distance from Slave 1 via Master to Slave 2 is totaled at 20~40Km. All are going through radio transmission while the transmission speed can remained on the max. speed 802.11b(11Mb). The antenna to be used in this scenario must be ‘omni’ type. X-LIN supplies the professional high-gainomni-antenna for point-to-multipoint network.

This idea is to utilize one master unit in the center and two slave units in the two ends as follows,

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