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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
BAT300-RAIL FCC Allied Electronics, Inc. HIRSCHMANN INDUSTRIAL Not Provided WIRELESS LAN; INDUSTRIAL WIRELESS ACCESS POINT, 802.11 A/B/G/N, 943989101
2737999 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided Bluetooth Wireless Access Point, LAN, PAN and SPP, Range 0.1 m to 250m,128-bit
2700718 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided Wireless LAN Access Point 2x RJ45 Ports
2884758 PHOENIX CONTACT USA Not Provided Wireless module - FL BT MOD IO AP - 2884758 Wireless Bluetooth Modbus I/O access point, Modbus TCP; RJ45 connection for LAN; D-SUB9 - RS-232; antenna connection: SMA (female)

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    Frequency analysis is a part of a site survey. Site surveys not only determine where. access points should be placed but whether or not it is even feasible from a frequency. standpoint to implement a wireless LAN.
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    are pumping out of one server device, so the pressure is all on one server and switch bottleneck. This ignores all other data traffic that might be simultaneously flowing through the LAN. As with other forms of data access, each stream has its own average sustained data rate, but, more importantly, because
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    . DTI's single board computer is used as a VPN module in a central control system that controls multiple access points connected via standard layer 2 or layer 3 ethernet switches. The VPN module provides maximum security and scalability to support hundreds or thousands of concurrent wireless IPSec VPN
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    of Ethernet cable connecting your DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) or cable modem to the WAN (wide-area network) port of your hub, router, or switch. To add wireless capabilities to this type of network, you can purchase either a wireless access point or a wireless router. The former acts as a central

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