| Here are some interesting Case Studies and Projects. CA World WiFi provided the expertise, equipment and solutions that led to a very satisfied client.|
Client is under construction on an unoccupied island that is almost 4 miles from the primary residence. Vandals are landing on the island by boat and removing construction materials and the owner has no form of communication to the mainland - no telephone, no internet, no satellite.Provide a method of communication between mainland and island that offers all forms of connectivity and security.
We installed a 5.8GhZ wireless backhaul between the two locations using a pair of ALINK5810a units, a pair of 24 db high gain dish antennas (with radome cover to protect the antennas). This would provide the necessary bandwidth and connection between the locations that would be suitable for multiple cameras installed on the island.
We also suggested using the best Pan, Tilt, Zoom cameras on the market. They are the Axis P5534-E with 18x zoom and rugged continuous guard tour capability for security.
Since there will be multiple cameras located around the property, we will be using 5.8Ghz unis, model APE 5005.
This will provide wireless connections between the ALINK unit on the island and all the IP based Axis cameras.
The client can now view the cameras remotely, from anywhere in the world, and each camera has on board video storage using SD cards for image retention.
Design a system whereby data from solar panels can be collected at the site and transmitted over the web to the remote monitoring station.
Install 5.8GhZ transmitters as Slaves at the solar panel sites and a 5.8GhZ Master at the location where the internet comes into the site. The data can then be sent by wifi from each panel's controller back to the main unit and over the web anywhere.
Problem:Create full coverage for an upscale RV Park with 320 owner spaces so that every owner can connect at the same time. the distance overall was more than 1/2 mile.
Solution:We used 8 dual Band units model ALINK300N. These are MIMO units and can support about 40+ concurrent connections each, so 8 x 40 = 320.
We also had only 1 location for internet - the main office - so all units had to have wireless backhaul using 5.8GhZ frequency.
The end result was full property coverage, enough AP units for each user to connect to the internet simultaneously, and zero blind spots so everyone had excellent signal strength.