Providing surveillance equipment with the connectivity to satisfy these objectives has been a central challenge since the inception of streaming technology, and real time video has much more significance when it comes to prevention of, rather than response to, threat. Not only is wired connectivity more expensive to deploy, it also limits the coverage individual cameras can achieve – with placement dependent on the reach of copper or fiber cables.
The wireless access point (Point-to-Point/Multipoint) forms a significant part of any wireless surveillance system. It is fundamentally a device which comprises of a transceiver along with an antenna, which are used for transmission as well as receiving of signals to remote locations. In this way, an access point basically allows accessibility to the network to IP Surveillance Camera that are at a remote location.
Wireless network is most affected by wireless interference when the following symptoms occur: an intermittent connectivity or unexpected disconnections, delays in connection and data transfer, slow network speeds, and poor signal strength. Because the air is shared by all transmitters, transmissions by any device at the same frequency as an access point’s radio can cause interference. Wireless access points sharing the same channel might interfere with each other.
EnGenius EnJet feature ‘Time Division Multiple Access’ provides steady maximum throughput and high link reliability by dividing a signal into different time slots and assigning them to every stations even when bandwidth demands increase. EnGenius EnJet technique translates into longer range, because it minimizes the wireless overhead and frees up more bandwidth for data transmission, giving the signal greater range. Coverage is reliable and footage is smooth, capitalizing on the stable connections enabled by EnStationAC’s narrow, high-strength signal beams. EnStationAC supports ultra-fast 802.11ac wireless speeds and optimal bandwidth at extended ranges, transmit clear, seamless HD video streaming from all cameras to the command center. There, security personnel monitor activity throughout the complex from one central location.