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Wireless Network Monitoring Tools for Centralized Management - Proxim

Wireless Network Monitoring Tools for Centralized Management - Proxim | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
Control the entire wireless network infrastructure to enforce security, high QoS & scalability with the most comprehensive network management solutions by Proxim.
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New Proxim Vision NMS launched....Download Free Starter SW 

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Thailand: Radical use of WiFi: monitoring flood levels, telemetry for flood forecasting | Muniwireless

Thailand: Radical use of WiFi: monitoring flood levels, telemetry for flood forecasting | Muniwireless | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it

Since floods and water levels have been in the news lately as a result of the fierce storm that hit the East Coast of the United States, it’s time to look for outstanding examples of how to use good old Wi-Fi technology to help us deal better with the terrible fury of Nature and to plan ahead of time.

 

Check out the Thai Royal Irrigation Department’s deployment of the world’s longest Wi-Fi mesh network covering 372 kilometres (231 miles) along the flood-prone Chao Phraya River to monitor rising water levels during the monsoon season.

 

The Wi-Fi network delivers high-definition video feeds and real-time data concerning water levels to local officials, farmers and residents for flood forecasting and historical data collection.

 

Thailand, like many countries in Southeast Asia, suffers from yearly devastating monsoon rains.

You can see the live VGA resolution video feed provided to the public (the HD feed is available to the officials in the control room).

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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Small cell, Wi-Fi bodies align for HetNet | Telecom Asia

Small cell, Wi-Fi bodies align for HetNet | Telecom Asia | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
WBA, Wi-Fi Alliance collaborate on login, handover tech ("The days of Wi-Fi versus cellular are dead" as the two technologies collaborate towards heterogeneous networks.)...
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Wireless Mesh Networks for Video Surveillance: Why and How

Wireless Mesh Networks for Video Surveillance: Why and How | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
Wireless technology offers considerable cost-reductions in the areas where it’s impossible or impractical to deploy wired solutions.
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The good, bad and ugly of 802.11ac

The good, bad and ugly of 802.11ac | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it

.802.11ac leverages and learns from the advances offered with 802.11n. Imagine a world where family members can stream their favorite HD content to different rooms, all while your teenage son uploads his latest HD video "project" to YouTube

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Wireless Broadband Network Connections - Proxim Wireless

Wireless Broadband Network Connections - Proxim Wireless | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
Custom-build a wireless solution that fits your needs with the secure, scalable & high performance long distance wi-fi products offered by Proxim Wireless.
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Google reportedly pursuing 'multipronged effort' to build wireless networks in emerging markets

Google reportedly pursuing 'multipronged effort' to build wireless networks in emerging markets | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
Google has been busy pushing ahead with plans to be a wired internet provider in the US with Google Fiber, and it looks like it's intent on being a major (RT @engadgetmobile: Google reportedly pursuing 'multipronged effort' to build wireless networks...
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The next 5 billion people will be connected to the internet via 3G/4G mobile wireless

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WiFi will be the ultimate winner, say noted researchers | Smart Grid News

WiFi will be the ultimate winner, say noted researchers | Smart Grid News | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it

Like most nascent sectors, the IoT is held back by a lack of standards-- or, more accurately, by an oversupply of approaches fighting it out to become de facto standards. Nowhere is this more true than in wireless personal area networks where a half dozen approaches and variants are slugging it out, including WiFi and Zigbee and ZWave and IEEE802.15.4 and the 6LoWPAN variant. (I even think future 5G cellular varieties could eventually compete, though I'm in the minority, with most people believing cellular will only be a wide area solution.)

 

Whenever we have standards wars it is the users who are caught in the crossfire. They are the ones that risk choosing the wrong standard and ending up stranded. But the folks at Harbor Research -- perhaps the world's leading IoT research house -- say they know where the future is headed.

 

First, they confirm what we all have come to believe. Namely, that the world will use Internet Protocol to link the various network flavors because "there really isn't another viable alternative available." Second, they say that WiFi will eventually win the wars. "From our perspective... low power WiFi is likely to become the higher volume winner with IEEE802.15.4 / ZigBee / 6loWPAN becoming a set of niche network standards for specialist applications where interoperability and IP are not required."

 

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Why Flexibility of Mesh Topology is Important for Video Surveillance | Firetide Blog

Why Flexibility of Mesh Topology is Important for Video Surveillance | Firetide Blog | WiFi 11n | Scoop.it
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More cities are moving away from Mesh due to complexity and latency issues

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Proxim Wireless - HDWireless

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Proxim’s WORP based Point-to-Point (PtP) and Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) products are HD Video ready, and are designed to optimize the performance of multi-play outdoor wireless links...
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