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Logistics & Warehousing

Wireless connectivity for warehouses: reimagined

Traditionally, implementing a functional wireless network in a warehouse has been a complicated and difficult process. Vast areas with full metal racks all have to be connected via handheld scanners, as do VoIP devices and moving vehicles, with zero signal dropouts. However, modern ports and large facilities are employing Rajant Kinetic Mesh networks to overcome the problem.

 

Today’s warehouse managers understand that this cost-effective technology helps to improve accuracy, as well as attract and retain customers.

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The RADWINs 2000 series has proven to be successful for ports and warehouses, as it links them together, offering between 25Mbps to 750Mbps in a wide range of sub 6GHz unlicensed and licensed bands, while also supporting distances of up to 120km / 75miles.

 

Interference is mitigated using a revolutionary air-interface, which also offers reliable link operation in near and non-line-of-sight (nLOS/ NLOS) scenarios.

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