Rugged Radios Tap 802.11n Performance

April 7, 2010
The RLXIB-IHxN series of 802.11n Industrial Hotspot radios are designed to provide premier performance for high-capacity networks and offer a wireless solution to applications with moving and obstructed environments that are traditionally difficult to solve with wireless technology. 
The 5GHz band introduces to users another 23 channels that can operate simultaneously with each other and not conflict with pre-existing wireless applications operating on the 2.4GHz band. Optimized for rugged industrial performance and easy deployment using a single Web page set-up, the radios deliver enterprise-class 802.11n technology speeds, security and flexibility, says the vendor. The RadioLinx 802.11n family is designed to provide reliable I/O message delivery, industrial temperature range and hazardous location ratings, as well as RADIUS security for centralized management of security policies, VLANs for network traffic segmentation, and Quality of Service (QoS) for data prioritization and dual-radio functionality. The radios utilize MIMO, a technology that uses up to three antennas to enable high-speed data rates up to 300Mbps.ProSoft Technology Inc.www.prosoft-technology.com661.716.5100

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