Metrocom Canada

Data Transmission Equipment

MESH Networks

A mesh network connects several fixed or mobile stations without the need of a central hierarchy via a LAN or IP connection. All units that have direct access to the main network create a bridge for those others that do not.

Mesh Network Advantages

  • Greater coverage, even in hard-to-reach areas, by using all deployed devices as relays.
  • The architecture ensures that each user has the best-possible wireless connection.

 

rajant

Wireless Point-to-Point (PtP)

Point-to-point technology is ideal for wireless transmission from one building or geographic location to another.

Types of Applications

  • Data transmission or remote control
  • Internet (IP)
  • LAN networks
  • Radio communication links
  • Phone line extension

Point-to-Multipoint (PmP)

Need to simultaneously transmit data to several locations? Consider point-to-multipoint technology for wireless transmission from one geographic location to several others or from one building to multiple buildings.

Types of Applications

  • Data transmission or remote control
  • Internet (IP)
  • LAN networks
  • Radio communication links
  • Telephone line extension

Mobile Telecommunications Unit (MTU)

12-UTM---b

Metrocom installs wireless mobile radio communication stations for rapid deployment in strategic areas. These stations can be powered by solar panels or a wind power unit for “off-grid” applications.

Advantages

  • MTU’s mobility allows rapid deployment or re-deployment, wherever your business may take you
  • A complete, functional communication system that can be used anywhere
  • Compact trailer that can be towed away by a pickup truck
  • Can be activated with the flip of a switch
  • Can be deployed by non-technical personnel