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  • Video...Wireless Ethernet Extenders (LWE120 Series)

    Extend your network economically with the LWE120 Series Wireless Ethernet Extenders. This short video examines three ways to use Wireless Ethernet Extenders: in point-to-point enterprise, educational, and campus networks; in... more/see it nowpoint-to-multipoint networks for security and surveillance, SCADA, and industrial monitoring networks; and for networking in rural environments where there is no cable or DSL connectivity. (V0113) collapse


Black Box Explains...How to maximize your wireless range.

There are four simple rules that enable you to transmit wireless communications up to their maximum range:
• Try to keep a direct line between the transmitter and receiver.
• Minimize... more/see it nowthe number of walls and ceilings between the transmitter and receiver. Such obstructions reduce the range.
• If there are obstructions, be sure the wireless signal passes through drywall or open doorways and not other materials.
• Keep the transmitter and receiver at least 3 to 6 feet (0.9 to 1.8 m) away from electrical devices or appliances, especially those that generate extreme RF noise. collapse

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  • WRT4000 Series Cellular Wireless Router Quick Start Guide
    Quick Start Guide for the WRT4000 Series Cellular Wireless Routers and Accessories (Version 3)
 

Black Box Explains...MIMO wireless.

Multiple-Input/Multiple-Output (MIMO) is a part of the new IEEE 802.11n wireless standard. It’s a technique that uses multiple signals to increase the speed, reliability, and coverage of wireless networks. It... more/see it nowtransmits multiple datastreams simultaneously, increasing wireless capacity to up to 100 or even 250 Mbps.

This wireless transmission method takes advantage of a radio transmission characteristic called multipath, which means that radio waves bouncing off surfaces such as walls and ceilings will arrive at the antenna at fractionally different times. This characteristic has long been considered to be a nuisance that impairs wireless transmission, but MIMO technology actually exploits it to enhance wireless performance.

MIMO sends a high-speed data stream across multiple antennas by breaking it into several lower-speed streams and sending them simultaneously. Each signal travels multiple routes for redundancy.

To pick up these multipath signals, MIMO uses multiple antennas and compares signals many times a second to select the best one. A MIMO receiver makes sense of these signals by using a mathematical algorithm to reconstruct the signals. Because it has multiple signals to choose from, MIMO achieves higher speeds at greater ranges than conventional wireless hardware does. collapse

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  • SmartPath Enterprise Wireless Access Point Quick Start Guide
    Quick Start Guide for the LWN602A and LWN602AE. (Version 2)
 
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  • SmartPath Enterprise Wireless Access Point (Outdoor, without Antennas, U.S.) Manual (CLI Guide)
    Manual (CLI Guide) for the LWN602WA (Version 4.1r4)
 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Wireless Serial Servers


Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Wireless Ethernet Extenders

  • Manual... 
  • Wireless Point-to-Multipoint Ethernet Extender Access Point User Manual
    User Manual for the LWE121A (Version 1)
 
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  • SmartPath Enterprise Wireless Access Point Quick Start Guide
    Quick Start Guide for the LWN602HA and LWN602HAE. (Version 2)
 
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