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Can Wireless Ever Be As Reliable As Fibre?

Can Wireless Ever Be As Reliable As Fibre?

This report examines best practice for implementing a wireless network infrastructure to relay CCTV images from remote locations to central monitoring suite(s) and details essential conditions to ensure that the quality of the wireless link(s) has "Fibre Equivalency".

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Asset IP - RFID Explained

Asset IP - RFID Explained

We are used to RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. They are everywhere in shops on merchandise. When passed through an RF field the tags become energised and send out a digital code to be picked up by the aerial by the exit door. These tags are known as passive RFID. They have no battery and rely on the RF field to provide a very small amount of energy for them to operate. The drawback to this technology is the small range – usually no more than a metre or so.

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Helping to Understand Wireless Security

Helping to Understand Wireless Security

From a simple camera to a complete CCTV infrastructure, the medium of wireless transmission is rapidly gaining acceptance as the fastest and most cost effective way to create flexible, high performance surveillance networks.

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Helping you Develop your Wireless IP Business

Helping you Develop your Wireless IP Business

If you are a reseller, integrator or installer looking to offer wireless options for your security projects this area provides an online resource, with further help and advice available from wireless specialists within the IP User Group.

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Radio Technology & Safety

Radio Technology & Safety

Increasingly the security industry is utilising wireless radio technology to provide wireless CCTV to the public sector, particularly in the areas of education and healthcare. The wireless medium lends itself very well to these environments, providing a rapidly deployable and highly cost effective way to create flexible, high performance surveillance networks.

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