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1 Wireless Technology Overview

2 Tim Arnoldi O&W Communications Sheboygan, WI Curt Krupp Muermann Engineering Kiel, WI

3 Basic Concept of Wireless Transmitter communicates with a receiver, using a wireless frequency

4 Advantages of Wireless Easy to install, faster install times Lower install costs Can be installed in areas that wired solutions can not Reliable

5 Disadvantages of Wireless Most systems are battery powered Maintenance costs FCC fees Limited Speeds Frequency Interference

6 Wireless Systems Synchronized Clocks Card Access Video Surveillance Security Network Access Points

7 Synchronized Clocks

8 GPS Synchronized Wireless Time Systems

9 Why Synchronized Time Systems? Synchronized time impacts many touch points around a facility Key benefits of Synchronized Time Increase Efficiency –People and processes are optimized around a common time source –Schedules run smoother, slack time minimized Improve Productivity –Increased educational and business hours –Maximize time utilization by removing any uncertainty of time Risk Reduction –Ensures time critical environments operate with precision time coordination –Ideal for Hospitals, Banking, and Education who center operations around time Cost Savings –Reduces cost of clock maintenance from manually setting daylight saving time

10 Wireless GPS Synchronized Time Blend of accuracy and ultimate efficiency Wireless GPS Synchronized time systems provide superior time keeping capabilities –GPS Satellite time signal is highly accurate –Wireless infrastructure means no wires run through facility –Localized signal transmission ensures building, wall, and structural signal penetration Has emerged as optimal solution for synchronized time systems today –Flexible deployment ability –Scalable signal coverage and range Ancillary devices such as bells, alarms, and computers are synchronized with clocks on wall Automatically adjusts following power outages or DST changes

11 Wireless GPS Synchronized Time System Overview GPS Wireless Time System comprised of following components 1.GPS Receiver 2.Transmitter 3.Digital Clocks & Timers 4.Analog clocks Ancillary add on devices 5.Wireless Tone / Relay Device 6.Bells, horns, intercom 7.Network Time Server (NTP) NTP Server

12 Sapling Wireless

13 Options to receive time 1.Manually set Transmitter 2.TCP/IP Connection (governments atomic clock website: 3.GPS satellite 4.Existing Master Clock

14 Open Frequency Range FCC Part 15 section 247 ( MHz) No Site Survey: Quicker ordering process No added costs or hassles Frequency Hopping –No interference –Better Signal to Noise ratio

15 Transceiver Clocks Lower Power Transmitter Complete coverage without extra transmitter –Multiple signals from multiple directions: Multiple opportunities for each clock –Bypass obstructions Independent System

16 Wireless System Products SAL (Analog Clock) –12” or 16” –110V, 24V, 2 D-Cell Batteries –Plastic Case, Polycarbonate Crystal –Diagnostics SBL (Digital Clock) –2.5” or 4” –110V or 24V –Metal Case, need mounting hardware

17 Wireless System Products STR 2000 (Wireless Transceiver) –Master Clock –110V –Interfaces with Intercom/ other systems –Controls wireless and wired systems –1 Watt Output STR 1000 (Wireless Repeater) –Same size, power output as transceiver –NOT a master

18 Card Access

19 Access Controller Reader Interface Typical Wired Opening Typical installation time: 4 hours Strike DPS REX Reader Access Control System

20 Access Controller Reader Interface Typical Wireless Opening Access Control System Wireless Receiver Typical installation time: 1 hour

21 Video Surveillance

22 Wide verity of products to fit the application Wide verity of products to fit the application Can control different types of cameras, including analog, IP, fixed and PTZ Can control different types of cameras, including analog, IP, fixed and PTZ Wireless Audio / Video Wireless Audio / Video

23 Fixed Analog Camera

24 Fixed IP Camera

25 Wireless Audio and Video

26 Wireless PTZ Camera

27 Wireless IP PTZ Camera

28 Security

29 UL Listed UL Listed Full line of wireless products are available including motion detectors, door contacts, glass break detectors, keypads, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors and system horns. Full line of wireless products are available including motion detectors, door contacts, glass break detectors, keypads, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors and system horns.

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31 Network Access Points

32 Available Network Types  b 11 Mbps11 Mbps 2.4 GHz band2.4 GHz band 150m indoors (50m)150m indoors (50m) 500m outdoors (250m)500m outdoors (250m)  a 54 Mbps54 Mbps 5 GHz band5 GHz band 100m indoors (18m)100m indoors (18m) 350m outdoors (30m)350m outdoors (30m)  g 54 Mbps54 Mbps 2.4 GHz band2.4 GHz band  n Multiple In Multiple Out Technology  (MIMIO)  Operates on both 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands simultaneously  Can receive “fragmented” files and re-construct them  100 Mbps (4-5x faster than g Should be finalized November 2009 Fully Backwards Compatible

33 Why Go Wireless?  Mobility TeachersTeachers Laptop CartsLaptop Carts  “Bring the lab to the classroom”  Cost Savings Less Cable to RunLess Cable to Run Bring Laptops from HomeBring Laptops from Home Wire Closets vs. Access PointsWire Closets vs. Access Points

34 K-12 Wireless Solution Blueprint This network blueprint is intended to be an educational resource and a starting point in planning your network solution; it is not a final recommendation from Cisco. To determine the deployment most appropriate for your company we suggest you work with a Cisco representative, Cisco channel partner, or a solutions provider. Remote School Outdoor Sport Facility District HQ Remote User Wireless Networked Home Library Computer Lab / Classroom Administrative Area Private WAN Public Internet IP Video Monitoring Cisco Aironet 1130AG Cisco Aironet 1130AG Cisco Aironet 1130AG Cisco Aironet 1130AG Cisco Aironet 1130AG Cisco Aironet Wireless Bridge Cisco Catalyst 3560 Cisco Catalyst 3560 Cisco Catalyst 3560 Cisco Catalyst 3560 Cisco Wireless IP Phone Desktop Laptop Wireless Tablet PC Wireless Laptop Wireless Laptop Cisco Catalyst 3750 Cisco Catalyst 3750 Cisco Callmanager Cluster Cisco Access Control Server with CSA Cisco 2800 Router Cisco 1800 Router Desktop Laptop Desktop Laptop Wireless Tablet PC Wireless Laptop Cisco Wireless IP Phone

35 Thank You!


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