A wireless network allows devices to continue connecting to the network, but without attaching to all threads. Access points reinforce Wi-Fi signals so that a device can be away from a router, but still connected to the network. If you connect to a Wi-Fi Hotspot in a cafe, hotel, airport lounge, or other public place, connect with the company’s wireless network.
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A cable network uses cables to connect devices such as laptops or desktops to the Internet or other network. A cable network has some drawbacks compared to a wireless network. The biggest downside is that your device is connected to a router. The most common cable networks use cables attached to one side to an Ethernet port on the network router and on the other side of a computer or device.
With the further development of wireless network technologies, you can now easily and economically install a high-resolution IP-video camera on virtually any online location on the website.
Our IP video experts specialize in the development of wireless networks optimized for HD IP video systems.
Wireless Networking Devices and Applications :
Wireless Access Point
Wireless Network Management
Our Wireless Network Technology :
Access Videos Anytime, Anywhere
For IP systems, the graphical current is encrypted in Motion JPEG or MPEG-4/H. Formats 264 and stored as a digital image in a COMPUTERS table. It allows you to access the video anytime, anywhere, via the digital video recorder on the network via the IP network. These digital images do not deteriorate in quality by reproduction such as analog tape recordings. They can be repeated and displayed on Web servers, distributed as email attachments to law enforcement agencies, and sent to message programs. Where analogue systems were the norm, employees that suffered damage may have to go to the crime scene to see the video or tape or DVD. This ineffectiveness no longer exists with IP systems and WAN connectivity with a physical location. Contact us today for more information about the wireless network for your security camera system.
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology enables to establish detection zones around vehicles, systems, intersections and gateways.
Active labels can be used in a variety of ways: worn by employees, adapted to goods, or installed around hazards. Once the tags are in operation, the Proximity Alert System identifies the tags when they enter the detection area. An acoustic visual alarm is then generated to warn drivers of the tight distance between the label and the vehicle.