Wireless point-to-point links can be thought of as nothing more than a very long string of Cat5 that is delivering IP transport – somewhere between 20 megabits per second and 350 megabits per second depending on the tools selected.
Links can be implemented in SISO which stands for Single In-Single Out (SISO Links) like the PEZ Pt2Pt basic link, or MIMO which stands for Multiple In-Multiple Out (MIMO Links). SISO is slower than MIMO, but has certain advantages and disadvantages. Links can be as short as a few hundred feet, or as long as more than 10 miles. In each case, choosing the right tool is what is important to effect a robust wireless video surveillance installation.
In addition, if at all possible, it is better to bond multiple video streams at the Ethernet port level and then hand that combined stream off to a wireless device – rather than attempt to do multiple wireless streams. As an example, if we have multiple cameras that are all within 200 ft. of a good point for launching a wireless stream (i.e. all mounted on a single large building), it makes more sense to carry that video transport via Ethernet to the wireless device, combine them into a single stream, and then send that stream via wireless at that point.
Our ClearWAN solutions can be for any number of distances and any numbers of speeds and feeds, allowing us to do relatively inexpensive 20 megabit per second links, all the way up to 12+ miles 350 megabit per second links. In addition, links can be Point-to-Point-to-Point (to Point…) whereby the midpoint of a Point-to-Point-to-Point (P2P2P) link takes data from a back haul via wireless, collects additional data at its own location (via Ethernet) and then forwards that stream onto the next point in a line. This allows us to create very long point to point to point relays.
Finally, recognize that using different spectrum is going to mean different things in regards to interference. 5GHz is more susceptible at long distances to such things as snow and rain (in excess of 2 miles), and 2.4 GHz in certain instances can be used to reliably pass through trees. ClearWan’s Tree Buster products are built specifically with the intent of penetrating trees and other foliage.
In short, we have a complete family of point to point links that should meet the needs of any wireless video surveillance requirement.Wireless point-to-point links can be thought of as nothing more than a very long string of Cat5 that is delivering IP transport – somewhere between 20 megabits per second and 350 megabits per second depending on the tools selected.
Minimum Recommended Distance between Antennas is 150′
Pre-configured for your application
Up to 1 Mile Line of Sight
Power Supply Included
One Year Warranty
Works with 180° and 360° Cameras
Up to Four 2 Megapixel Cameras per Link