Our products fall into two major categories: Wireless and NetCrossing Gateways. The gateways convert between various serial data formats and Ethernet. The Wireless products provide an Ethernet bridge between faraway locations. The products from the two families work standalone but they were also designed to work together. When you need to carry serial data across a wireless network, use the gateways to convert it to Ethernet and the radios to carry it wirelessly. The two families understand each other and work seamlessly together.
We engineered the PulsAR radio family to overcome interference and establish very long distance wireless ethernet bridges. With the standard package you can deploy either Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint network topologies. This family of 5 radios allows you to select a model that matches your
throughput requirements while keeping the highest RF performance.
You are no longer limited to the traditional point-to-multipoint topology. With this software option any node in the network can become an access point for nodes downstream.
software extension lets you use the PulsAR radio in service vehicles
which will then automatically roam between fixed hubs and stay
connected to a central site.
With the PulsAR Long Distance Wireless Ethernet Bridge you can go over 50 miles (80 Km) in a single hop. But if you do not have line-of-sight you can use the radio dual antenna feature to establish multiple hop links using a single radio at each repeater site.
Some day "wireless" will really mean "no wires", but for now you still need some cables. You will also need antennas , and possibly surge suppressors or different power supplies. We carry them all.
These gateways convert your T1 or E1 signals into Ethernet packets and establish a virtual connection to a peer gateway across an IP or Ethernet packet switch network. At the opposite end you get your original T1 or E1 signals back, undisturbed and with no bit slips.
These gateways take your synchronous serial data in formats including V.35, RS-232, RS-530, and convert it to Ethernet packets for transmission over an IP or Ethernet packet switch network. They support synchronous speeds of up to 8 Mbps
For central sites with many serial links we repackaged the Serial over IP gateway in a 19 inch, 1U rackmount enclosure which includes four gateway boards and the Ethernet switch.