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Longer Range Applications Exclusive Use of FCC Frequency Serial and Ethernet Interfaces 150-174 MHz - VHF (Complies with 2013 FCC Narrowband Mandate)

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2 Longer Range Applications Exclusive Use of FCC Frequency Serial and Ethernet Interfaces MHz - VHF (Complies with 2013 FCC Narrowband Mandate) 450–470 MHz - UHF (Complies with 2013 FCC Narrowband Mandate) Licensed Serial and Ethernet

3 Bringing Order to Frequency Spectrum Chaos Costs and File Times Depend on Coordinators Fees Approx. 6-8 Weeks for new license return from coordinator (temporary use) Approx. $600-$1100 Interim License As Fast As 4-6 Weeks 10 Year License ($460 renewal cost in 2014) Licensing Assistance Offices

4 12 VDC Input Reset Switch USB Configuration RJ-45 10/100/1GB Ethernet Port Transmit LED Receive LED Status LED RS-232 Data Port Power LED RSSI LED Meter

5 Features MHzNarrowband - LicensedEthernet and Serial Communications64.8 Kbps RF data rate2 Watt RF Output10 – 15 miles Line-of-Sight RangeModesEthernet Bridge ModesDynamic, Self-healing MESH TechnologyStation Bridge Mode for Mobile Applications Model 210M SecurityAES-CCMP (128-bit)Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)Access Control List (ACL)

6 Features MHzNarrowband - LicensedEthernet and Serial Communications64.8 Kbps RF data rate2 Watt RF Output10 – 15 miles Line-of-Sight RangeModesEthernet Bridge ModeDynamic, Self-healing MESH TechnologyStation Bridge Mode for Mobile Applications Model 210M SecurityAES-CCMP (128-bit)Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)Access Control List (ACL)

7 Hybrid of Both Serial and Ethernet Interface Legacy systems Adding in new locations to existing site Both Serial and Ethernet Network Can Work Simultaneously Serial Network has Little Impact on Bandwidth

8 Serial Interface on 210 products Configure Ethernet links first Troubleshooting and diagnostic of WLAN network Serial Data Transferred Over Ethernet SystemSerial Links are Transparent Point to Point Multicast Two Modes of Operation

9  The Bandwidth Directly Controls Data Rate 11 Mbps 54 Mbps 1 Mbps 20 MHz 10 MHz 5 MHz 64.8 Kbps 12.5 KHz

10 Conveys 2 digital bit streams by modulating the amplitudes of two carrier waves 2 carrier waves (sinusoids) are out of phase by 90 degrees = Quadrature The modulated waves are summed, and the resulting waveform is a combination of both phase-shift keying and amplitude-shift keying Arbitrarily high spectral efficiencies can be achieved with QAM by setting a suitable constellation size, limited only by the noise level and linearity of the communications channel. QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)

11 4-QAM, 16-QAM, 64-QAM Constellation points are arranged in a square grid with equal vertical and horizontal spacing Higher order Constellation = more bits per second Requires constellation points be closer together More susceptible to noise and corruption Higher order QAM delivers more data at expense of reliability Affected by RF noise and multipathing QAM (Quadrature Amplitude Modulation)

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16 Ethernet Wired LAN

17 Wireless Ethernet Setting IP Address Using Utility Programs Begin Programming Definition Selection Programming Modes of OperationRepeating and MeshingSecurity

18 Antenna Power Supply Basic Hardware Layout Match IP subnet of computer Discovery Utility Assign IP Address to ESTeem Standard web browser available in all computers Programming with Web Interface

19 AP BridgeStation BridgeAirscopeEthernet Only

20 Developed for WiFi type access – Allows roaming environment Available to ESTeem 210 StationBridges Provides wireless access to mobile clients Connects mobile clients to fixed Ethernet network Expands range between mobile clients

21 Most commonly used mode of operationBridges wireless and wired network portsAll data from both wired and wireless are shared Single IP subnet No IP routing required Simple network configuration Fixed Locations Small or isolated Ethernet network Creates a Dynamic Self-Healing Mesh Network Uses more of available bandwidth for Network Management Applications

22 Configured Priority Routing Manual Input Direct Control Over Routing Auto Configuration Shortest Path to Root Bridge Highest Signal Strength Redundant Repeater Routes Multiple Links Create “Meshing” Pattern “Self Healing” from Spanning Tree Protocol Priority Routing Configuration

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24 WLAN Address of Remote ESTeem Path Cost or Path Length Encryption Type Data Rate Repeater Peer Links Root Bridge Path Length Low Impact Custom Spanning Tree Protocol Routing Base Upon Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Mobile Clients Not Required in List Enable Each Fixed Route

25 Setup Menu Select AP Bridge Web Interface

26 None Client Server DHCP Services

27 Enter desired IP address for modem Enter Netmask consistent with Network Static IP Address

28 Set to Root Bridge of Wireless Network In most cases, leave everything else set to default Default Route

29 Turn On Security Features Enter desired Network SSID Set Encryption Type and Key (for Station Bridge access) Security Features

30 Access Control List for AP-Client association MAC Filter Security Features

31 Select RF Bandwidth (default 12.5 KHz in most cases) All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same bandwidth Operations

32 Choose desired data rate All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same datarate Operations

33 Enter desired frequency All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same frequency Operations

34 Enable Repeater Capability Set as Root bridge in master location Set STP Yes/No appropriately for network configuration Select Add to configure repeater peers Repeater Peers

35 Enter WLAN MAC address of Remote ESTeem Configure Bridge level Encryption Type Enable and Create Repeater Peer Repeater Peers

36 Configured Repeater Peers are displayed in table Select Add to configure additional repeater peers Repeater Peers

37 Data Rate, Parity, Start/Stop Bits Transmission Characters Data Format Single Page Configuration on Setup All remote sites will receive the data Set to multicast address Default Route must be set to the IP address of Root Bridge Multipoint SystemSeparate Networks with Port Number

38 Enable Serial Port Select Full Redirector Mode Configure Appropriate Baud Rate, Data Bits, Stop Bits, Parity and Flow Control Serial Configuration

39 Enter Maximum Bridge Links for Multicast Enter destination IP address for Point to Point communications – or – Multicast address for Point to Multi-point (i.e ) Enter Serial IP Port Number for participating subscribers Serial Configuration

40 Commit Changes and proceed to next ESTeem modem Reboot of approx 45 seconds AP Bridge

41 Access Point Mode Or Access Point Repeater 10BaseT HUB or Switch Mobile PLC StationBridge Mode Remote or Mobile PLC Moves Between Multiple Access Points Mobile Client in Network End node – Repeating not needed or supported Network Management traffic is greatly reduced – No STP needed to dynamically maintain meshing architecture Greater amount of Bandwidth for Application

42 Multiple Ethernet devices on client connection IP address for each device available on network Simple Bridge-like configuration Minimal Network management traffic for greater bandwidth availability Roaming Capability for reliability Station Bridge Mode

43 Setup Menu Select Station Bridge Web Interface

44 Enter desired IP address for modem Enter Netmask consistent with Network Static IP Address

45 Set to Root Bridge of Wireless Network In most cases, leave everything else set to default Default Route

46 Enter Network SSID – matching AP Bridge Select Encryption Type and Key Security Features

47 Access Control List for AP-Client association MAC Filter Security Features

48 Select RF Bandwidth (default 12.5 KHz in most cases) All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same bandwidth Operations

49 Choose desired data rate All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same datarate Operations

50 Enter desired frequency All ESTeem Modems must be configured to the same frequency Operations

51 Commit Changes Reboot of approx 45 seconds Station Bridge


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