Reliable Wi-Fi and CBRS for Air Force Hangars, Bunkers and Flight Lines

Written by ID Technologies    June 10, 2020

#Repost from Chris Oliver:

 and CommScope have teamed up to solve the complex challenges of reliable communications for Air Force bases, hangars, bunkers and flight lines. Unreliable Wi-Fi in hangars and around flight lines prevents the Air Force from seeing the full mission value from electronic workflow.

The solution includes detailed site surveys, advanced RUCKUS® access points and implementation services . As aircraft and endpoints move, RUCKUS access points adapt dynamically using BeamFlex™ technology. Each access point has up to 21 high-gain, directional antennas. Unlike omnidirectional antennas that radiate signals in all directions, BeamFlex identifies the best path to the receiving device, constantly reconfiguring the antennas in the best of 4,200 potential patterns to increase signal gain.

Large bases need coverage beyond Wi-Fi limits. In these cases, we use two techniques: dynamic meshing and Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)/Private LTE. At ID Technologies, we are experts in deploying CBRS solutions. Check out the case below!

Access the Case Study here!

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