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Austin Ruckle, right, both field radio operators with 7th Communication Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group remove the free space optic system from a tactical elevated antenna mass at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, Aug.
Free space optics communication through atmospheric turbulence channels.
The company highlights that the absence of free space optics means there is a little or no maintenance required.
The company chose the Canobeam DT-130 Free Space Optics Transceiver, from Canon U.S.A., which provides secure, wireless 1.25-Gbps data transmission for Gigabit Ethernet networking.
These COTS solutions are based upon several current and emerging technologies such as the Redline Communications' AN-30e Broadband Wireless System, Canon's Free Space Optics Transceivers, Cisco System's VG248 Analog Phone Gateway, and the Coalition Military Network.
Comparison of Outdoor and Indoor Deployment of Free Space Optics (FSO) Systems.
Working at the business case level, they introduce readers to the access technologies of the first mile, then describe its passive optical networks, enterprise fiber solutions, data wireless communications, and broadband wireless access, as well as free space optics solutions, DSL technologies, and power-line communication.
It is one of three global firms specialising in free space optics (FSO), one of the fastest-growing areas of communications which use eye- safe laser beams.
The company, founded in March 2001, develops and markets enterprise connectivity solutions using indoor free space optics (iFSO?), 802.11 and other wireless communications technology.
NTT DATA selected Terabeam to provide its free space optics (FSO) and high frequency millimeter wave (MMW) broadband wireless systems after the successful completion of extensive, rigorous testing in Japan over the past year.
Terabeam Corporation, Kirkland, Wash., and the United States government's National Communications System (NCS) have constructed the first free space optics link in the NCS's project to enhance government communications infrastructure.