RadioLAN Marketing Group introduces improved wireless bridge for networking between buildings

Sept. 26, 2001
September 26, 2001 Wireless pioneer RadioLAN Marketing Group has introduced a new version of its wireless Ethernet Bridging line, the Campus BridgeLINK-II.

September 26, 2001 Wireless pioneer RadioLAN Marketing Group has introduced a new version of its wireless Ethernet Bridging line, the Campus BridgeLINK-II.

Campus BridgeLINK-II is designed for fixed wireless applications such as ISP backhaul and LAN interconnect. It is designed to connect computer networks in different buildings without wires, regardless of whether they are across the street from each other, across campus or across town.

The unit consists of an antenna, cable, radio module, and bridge processor. One unit is installed on each side of the link and connected to any available port on the Ethernet network. Configuration and management are done through either a serial console port or the built-in Web server.

The wireless bridge is rated for distances up to one mile with no decrease in speed, and can be configured for longer ranges by a professional RF installer. The system uses the license-free 5.8 GHz U-NII band, making it ideal for ISP backhaul applications where channel interference in the crowded 2.4 GHz band is an issue.

RadioLAN Marketing Group, based in San Jose, Calif., was formed in November 2000 by a group of wireless industry veterans. For more information, contact Audrey Webb at aMate Communications, 408-402-0927.

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