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6 Reasons Why You Should be Choosing Wireless over Wired Solutions

Seamless Mobility

The un-tethered nature of wireless products simplifies deploying mobile systems. Real time video streaming to law enforcement vehicles is achieved by deploying subscriber units in vehicles that receive video from fixed base station units. As a result, police vehicles can view real-time video of crime scenes as they drive to the scene.

High Capacity

Video is a bandwidth intensive application and imposes stringent bandwidth requirements. Wireless equipment is available in capacities ranging from several Megabits to Gigabit rates, enabling quick build out of high capacity networks.

Quickly Deployable

Availability of copper and fiber is dependent on the location, making the upgrading of existing wired infrastructure economically impractical in many areas. Wireless, on the other hand, can be deployed virtually anywhere, including over bodies of water, rugged terrain, and remote locations. Wireless networks install in hours or days (instead of weeks or months), eliminating long waiting periods and right-of-way issues associated with trenching for fiber.

Highly Reliable

High-end wireless systems support up to 99.999% availability, enabling virtually non-stop monitoring and surveillance. A wireless system with 99.999% availability has only 5 minutes of downtime in an entire year. In addition, in the event of a failure,wireless devices are easy to be replaced when compared to wired solutions that need to be in many cases completely replaced, when severed.

Cost-Effective

Due to digging and trenching, fiber based networks cost significantly more than wireless system, often about 5x-10x more. Deploying new broad-band copper networks is as expensive as fiber networks and is impractical for medium to long range deployments. Wireless is not only more cost-effective, but it also provides the added benefit of scalability based on bandwidth requirements.

Flexible and Scalable

In many cases the deployment of wired solutions requires trenching. Not only is it much more expensive, but in scenarios where direct trenching would require tearing down a historic building or trenching through a busy intersection, it quickly becomes unfeasible. Wireless solutions, in contrast, provide unparalleled flexibility. 

If the security network uses wireless infrastructure for connectivity, cameras need not be permanently located next to the wired network connection. As necessary, cameras and subscriber units can be moved to a new location and can be reconnected within minutes. Carrier-class wireless solutions are available for even the largest scale deployments, and are available in ruggedized enclosures for deployment in all weather conditions. More economical solutions are also available for smaller, more budget conscious deployments.
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