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April 11, 2013

AvaLAN Wireless Launches 300 Mbps Wireless Ethernet Radios

AvaLAN Wireless Systems this week introduced a new set of 5.8 GHz high-speed wireless Ethernet solutions designed for applications requiring higher RF data rates, specifically for use with IP-based megapixel surveillance cameras. As such, this new product line is ideal for outdoor line-of-sight and point-to-multipoint wireless Ethernet networks that link IP video surveillance cameras or other devices requiring high data rates.

Radios in the AW58300 series are indeed ready for outdoor use as each comes packaged in a rugged, weatherproof die cast aluminum enclosure, while delivering RF data rates upwards of 300 Mbps — far surpassing its 100 Mbps AW58100 line.

The line is split into two individual unit types, which differ in terms of antenna configuration. The AW58300HTS subscriber unit comes equipped with a special dual-polarized directional flat panel antenna, specifically designed for multiple spatial streams.

The AW58300HTA, on the other hand, features a pair of outdoor industrial six dBi gain antennas.

The dual-polarized flat panel antenna radios can also be purchased as a pre-configured matched pair bridge for point-to-point fixed connections.

"AvaLAN continues to deliver compelling new products to address the growing needs of our customers. Our new 300 Mbps technology adds significantly higher throughput capability," said Matt Nelson, CEO and president of AvaLAN Wireless, in a statement. "This new line of high-speed, industrial wireless Ethernet products has been specifically designed to meet the needs of security integrators and dealers who need a higher speed wireless solution for IP surveillance video."

AvaLAN is a provider of outdoor long-range industrial wireless Ethernet products for applications including security, access control, industrial automation, remote sensing and remote control. Typically, AvaLAN's products are meant to address older systems that fail to meet expectations in terms of range, reliability or resistance to interference.

Indeed, the company aims to provide top quality in these crucial areas, while still allowing for a simple plug-and-play setup.




Edited by Braden Becker


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