Wireless WAN / LAN Systems
Implementing a robust wireless LAN requires both knowledge in wireless networks and the proper tools. POSDATA, an expert in wireless networks, is trained on the latest hardware, software, and services to deliver accurate site surveys and complete system coverage.
The Cisco Aironet® Series of wireless LAN solutions integrates seamlessly into an existing network as a wireless overlay or creates freestanding all-wireless networks, enabling mobility and increasing productivity quickly and Wireless LAN/WAN cost-effectively. The Cisco Aironet Series sets the enterprise standard for high performance, secure, manageable, and reliable WLANs. With products supporting IEEE 802.11a/b/g technologies, the Cisco Aironet Series offers a complete line of in-building and building-to-building wireless LAN solutions. The line includes access points, wireless LAN client adapters, bridges, antennas, and accessories.
The Cisco Aironet Series is a key component of the Cisco Structured Wireless-Aware Network. The Cisco Structured Wireless-Aware Network is an innovative, comprehensive Cisco IOS software-based framework for deploying, operating and managing hundreds to thousands of Cisco Aironet access points using the Cisco infrastructure. The Cisco Structured Wireless-Aware Network extends to the wireless LAN the same level of security, scalability, and reliability that customers have come to expect in their wired LAN by introducing “wireless-aware” capabilities into Cisco infrastructure.
Zebra is a leader in secure mobile information systems that integrate application-specific handheld computers with wireless networks for data, voice and barcode data capture. Our engineers are able to utilize the AirMagnet Wi-Fi design software to design and build your WLAN system. Using the AirMagnet method, we begin the WLAN design process by importing data about your facility, such as CAD files or scanned images, into AirMagnet. We tag each wall with a material type, such as sheetrock or brick, from a library of common building materials. Then we place APs (access points) within the sitemap and simulate the coverage areas. By defining expected client locations and application requirements, the AirMagnet simulation engine also predicts how the network design will sustain high data-rate applications.
AirMagnet produces a diagram that graphically depicts the recommended access points and the predicted signal strength for the impacted regions. It automatically generates a bill-of-materials and maintenance records for use by deployment teams and in future network expansion. The benefits to our customers include faster and more accurate site surveys, the ability to cost-effectively run multiple “what if” scenarios, and the elimination of costly rework that can result from trial-and-error site surveys.