Wireless-Nets offers services for planning, designing, implementing,
and analyzing / troubleshooting mobile systems and wireless networks based on the following
IEEE 802.11 / Wi-Fi
- 802.11 standards define wireless LANs that enterprises and cities deploy
for supporting mobile access to application servers, voice telephony, and
the Internet. 802.11n standardization is paving the way for wireless
networks that support high-end mobile applications and large densities of
IEEE 802.15.1 / Bluetooth
- 802.15.1 standards define wireless PANs that enable wireless communications
at moderate data rates over relatively short distances, with the most common application being
replacement of cables with wireless interfaces.
802.15.4 / ZigBee
- 802.15.4 standards define wireless LANs that enable wireless
communications at low data rates over moderate distances. 802.11.15.4 is
best for connecting sensors together.
IEEE 802.16 / WiMAX
- 802.16 standards define wireless MANs that provide both fixed and mobile
wireless connectivity over larger areas, such as cities. Both licensed and
unlicensed frequencies are available.
IEEE 802.1x / Security
- 802.1x defines a framework for securing wired and wireless networks
through port-based authentication. In addition, specifications, such as
EAPOL, RADIUS, and EAP-TLS provide functionality to fully secure a wireless
Proprietary RF and Light
- In cases where standards-based solutions don't meet requirements, there
are proprietary RF and infrared light technologies available from
Voice over WLAN
- There are tremendous benefits based on deploying voice over wireless
LANs, especially for larger facilities, such as hospitals. An existing
802.11 infrastructure can support mobile telephony, which avoids the need
for leased cellular services.
Cellular - Distributed Antenna Systems
- A distributed antenna system (DAS) enables multiple cellular operators and Wi-Fi
providers to share a common antenna system in larger facilities, such as
airports, stadiums, and enterprises. This reduces the complexity and costs
associated with supporting the system infrastructure.