The Scanzone can use a variety of different forms of communication (Fibre Optic Cable, Wireless Mesh System or Point to Point Wireless Bridge Technology) to create reliable links between each Scanzone and the control centre, for use in Border Control Security, Airports, Ports, City Wide Surveillance, Perimeter, Car Parks, Hospitals, Shopping Precincts etc.

Communications - Motorola PTP 400

High Availability Wireless Ethernet Bridges

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Operating in the 5.8 GHz and 4.9 GHz (public safety) bands at data rates up to 43 Mbps, Motorola’s PTP 400 Series solutions out-perform comparable wireless systems by maintaining up to 99.999% availability even in non-line-of-sight environments, across long distances, through high-interference areas, over open terrain or water and through extreme weather conditions.

Through Motorola’s unique combination of technologies, the systems offer a wireless alternative to remove network bottlenecks, improve communications reliability and increase performance – at less cost than comparable wire-line solutions.

The PTP 400 Series bridges are incorporated in Motorola’s MOTOwi4TM portfolio of innovative wireless broadband solutions that create, complement and complete IP networks. Delivering IP coverage to virtually all spaces, the MOTOwi4 portfolio includes Fixed Broadband, WiMAX, Mesh, and Broadband over Powerline solutions for private and public networks.

Communications - Firetide HotPort® 7000 Wireless Mesh Nodes


Models


HotPort 7010 Indoor Mesh Node

HotPort 7020 Outdoor Mesh Node

Viable Alternative to Fiber

Infrastructure mesh technology from Firetide provides municipal, industrial and enterprise users with the bandwidth needed to expand the reach of their existing networks, while adding a variety of fixed and mobile applications: city-wide video surveillance, traffic management and intelligent transportation systems, Wi-Fi access for mobile city workers and wireless broadband for underserved areas.


Firetide HotPort® 7000

Convenient Upgrade Paths

HotPort 7000 mesh nodes ship as 802.11a/b/g/n dual-radio capable hardware, with enhanced functionality enabled through software licenses. Projects that do not require 802.11n MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) capacity or dual-radio capability can start with 802.11a/b/g-enabled single-radio configuration. Dual-radio functionality can easily be enabled through a software license at an additional cost. Similarly, a separate software license can enable MIMO functionality for operation in 40 MHz channels, and to take advantage of 802.11n technology to achieve throughput of up to 300 Mbps outdoors and 400 Mbps indoors.

Communications - Motorola PTP 600


PTP 600 Series - Spectrum-Efficient, High-Availability Wireless Ethernet Bridges

The PTP 600 Series of point-to-point wireless Ethernet bridges bring together the speed and reliability of licensed wireless with the flexibility of the unlicensed space. Operating in the 5.8 and 5.4 GHz bands at Ethernet data rates up to 300 Mbps, the systems are designed for virtually any environment – non-line-of-sight, line-of-sight and high interference – where high throughput is a major requirement and/or single or dual T1/E1 capability is needed

Through Motorola’s unique combination of technologies, PTP 600 Series solutions enhance link performance in a variety of applications, including T1 replacement, Voice-over IP, video surveillance, distance learning, telemedicine and high-speed backhaul. The PTP 600 Series bridges are incorporated in Motorola’s MOTOwi4TM portfolio of innovative wireless broadband solutions that create, complement and complete IP networks.

Delivering IP coverage to virtually all spaces, the MOTOwi4 portfolio includes Fixed Broadband, WiMAX, Mesh, and Broadband over Powerline solutions for private and public networks.

Motorola PTP 600 Series