The radios (or wireless transceivers) set up quickly and result in no ongoing access fees.
When used in conjunction with other data links it is possible to combine wireless and wire line data communications, essentially allowing data from the most remote areas to be made available around the world.
The company's range of wireless transceivers also includes a long range, very robust Ethernet bridge. It is suitable for applications where an Ethernet interface is required, but an average throughput in the 100Kbps range is sufficient.
When using radio for data communications, there is always a tradeoff between throughput and range. This product provides both a long range and a significant data rate. For example, SCADA applications may need a long-range link, but they rarely need throughput above 100Kbps.
FreeWave wireless transceivers can help establish communication networks even when other radios may have failed.
Control Synergy’s wireless transceivers provide wireless data solutions for applications ranging from mission critical to recreational. All radios are built and tested to operate over the temperature range as wide as -40°C to +75°C.