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Putting wireless technology to work for military families, Wireless Evolutions has installed a WiFi mesh network using gear from BelAir Networks Inc. in two housing developments for Navy personnel in San Diego.
The Wireless Evolutions network provides coverage to 1000 residents and uses 39 mesh access points in the two separate housing communities. The WiFi gear includes a mix of BelAir 100 and 200 Wireless Multi-Service Nodes plus a sprinkling of 50s.
The use of mesh technology made it a speedy and relatively smooth build-out, resulting in the network being installed in 30 days.
The project at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana, is an on-campus student housing project totaling 408 beds. This project is a complete Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) implementation encompassing seven buildings, a clubhouse, and a swimming pool.
The University has chosen a WLAN in place of a wired data network. Upon the completion of this project in January 2004, students immediately realized the benefit of such an amenity. Wireless Evolutions also handles all follow-on support for this project.
All students are required to register with Wireless Evolutions for security and accounting purposes. Special measures have been taken to help combat the growing number of problems that are associated with viruses.
Also included in the support package is the monitoring of all traffic and activity on the network as well as a 24/7 support line for any wireless-related issues. In the case of major problems, a technician can be on-site within 24 hours if necessary.
The project at Southern Arkansas University (SAU) in Magnolia, Arkansas, is an on-campus student housing project totaling 264 beds. This project is a complete WLAN install encompassing six buildings, a clubhouse, and a swimming pool.
SAU has chosen to go with a wireless network in place of a wired network. This project was completed in August 2004 and opened for the Fall Semester. The University will handle all follow-on support.
Wireless Evolutions completed a campus-wide WiFi installation at Oklahoma State University - Tulsa Campus. Now more than 2500+ OSU students are enjoying the freedom of wireless internet, both inside the classroom and throughout the Tulsa campus.
The purpose of the wireless network at Cavile Place is to provide IP video transport between security cameras and a centrally located video server.
The security cameras are distributed throughout the apartment complex, and the video server is installed in the complex MDF, which is located in the back of the resident office building.
The security camera network is comprised of 4 Firetide wireless mesh units, 2 Firetide wireless APs, 11 Engenius wireless bridges, 2 IQInvision cameras, 26 Arecont IP video cameras, 2 Sony analog cameras, and a Video Insight IP video server.
The 4 Firetide wireless mesh units distribute approximately 45Mbps of bandwidth from the MDF to the security camera network. There are 2 of the mesh units are installed on the roof of the office building, and 2 units are installed on light poles within the property.
Each pair of units creates a separate 5GHz mesh channel to transport security camera traffic. The 2 light poles with mesh units also have a Firetide AP installed. The Firetide APs connect to their co-located Firetide mesh units via Ethernet.
These same poles have multiple IQInvision and Arecont IP video cameras installed, which are connected to their respective APs via Ethernet. On other poles within the complex, there are 2 or more cameras and at least 1 Engenius wireless bridge installed.
The Engenius wireless bridges attach to the wireless network through the FireTide APs. This is necessary because the Arecont IP surveillance cameras do not have wireless radios. Instead, they connect to the Engenius bridges via Ethernet.
Where more than 2 cameras are installed, a 5-port Ethernet switch is used to connect the cameras to the Engenius bridge. These two cameras are High-Definition IQInvision cameras, which allow for greater resolution in strategic locations.
Wireless Evolutions recently added 25 Security Cameras, Access Control Systems, and a complete Audio-Video System to a new LPC property — The View at Kessler Park in Dallas, TX. A variety of cameras were used encompassing security coverage at all entry/exit areas, parking lots, elevators, and a pool area.
Wireless Evolutions completed the Installation of Double (2) Mag strikes for the Door Motion Sensor over the door for auto and exit buttons for panic release.
We also installed a Linear AE-1000 Commercial Telephone Entry System w/Access at the Front gate to the property. All residents are given the access code for secure entry into the property.
Wireless Evolutions installed all equipment for a new media room at The View in Dallas, complete with a surround sound audio system, an 8x10 projection screen with a retractable wall switch, and an LG AF115 1080p 1500 Lumens LCOS projector.
Wireless Evolutions ran Cat6 from the nearest IDF to their respective locations (25 Cameras, 3 AIPhones, and 4 Wireless Bridges) and provided patch cables to connect to the IDF's existing POE Switches.
We installed 4x Wireless Bridges to create 2 links to cameras mounted on poles covering the front parking lot. Additionally, we installed 2x NEMA boxes on the front poles to allow for the camera and WB links to interconnect and attach to power.
We also ran Ethernet cabling from the NEMA box up to the camera and Wireless Bridge, as well as ran Access Control banana cable to 14 door Card Reader locations.