Industrial Wireless

Moxa’s high bandwidth wireless solutions enable reliable video-over-wireless networks

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Moxa has introduced a complete series of high bandwidth wireless solutions for enabling video-over-wireless networks in industrial automation applications. The products feature low latency, seamless mobility, and a rugged design. The high bandwidth wireless product portfolio Moxa offers includes both 802.11n for WLANs and HSPA for WWANs, making it easier for bandwidth hungry systems, such as are used for IP surveillance, to transmit video data over a wireless network.

“Moxa has produced world-class industrial wireless products for many years. However, we recently saw an increasing demand to deploy video-over-wireless networks for IP surveillance systems and wireless hotspots in hard-to-wire environments,” said Moxa product manager, Jeffrey Ke. “Operators are not only asking for wireless devices that support high bandwidth technology, such as the 802.11n or HSPA standards, they are also looking for a solution for building a reliable wireless network. To achieve this, wireless devices must provide real-time communication, seamless connections even on the move, and a rugged design for harsh environments. Our AWK and OnCell series offer end-users a comprehensive solution that fulfils all of these demands. Features such as dual-radio redundancy technology and GuaranLink technology are designed to achieve zero packet loss transmission, Turbo Roaming delivers unstoppable wireless communication even when connected to vehicles moving at high speed, and a variety of industrial-grade design features and certifications ensure that your wireless network can provide reliable video-over-wireless transmission.”

Moxa has experience helping customers implement video-over-wireless networks in many different scenarios (IP surveillance and wireless hotspots) and for a variety of industrial applications. It offers reliable high bandwidth wireless solutions and professional field application engineers are available to assist users with a wide range of tasks, from network planning to field site deployment.


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