TPI has experience in the full range of wireless network options including:
Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWAN) offer the most expansive range of all wireless networks. WWAN’s work through a mobile phone or public networks and provide a way for field-based employees, parcel delivery and transportation organizations to access real-time data. WWAN’s can be accessed anywhere cellular service is available. Wide Area Networks, allow the transmission of both data and voice. Clients turn to our TPI technical experts to evaluate and select the right mobile computers for their application.
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN), use an industry-standard known as 802.11. WLAN’s are typically used in confined areas within an organization, such as a warehouse, factory or retail store, and can be considered the wireless extension of the local area network. WLAN’s may also extend beyond the four walls, providing network connectivity for outside storage areas, docks, and between multiple buildings. The working range of a WLAN can vary greatly and will be affected by environmental variables, so a wireless site survey is highly recommended. Contact TPI for more information regarding site surveys.
Bluetooth is the most widely used Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) standard. Bluetooth allows the transmission of data between Bluetooth-compatible devices such as cellular phones, computers, portable data terminals, and bar code printers or scanners. Bluetooth technology may provide a range of up to 100 meters, depending on the radio classification and environmental conditions.
TPI will help you choose what wireless network options are best for your business.
Bottom Line: TPI can help you design a network to securely connect all your employees.