Free Space Optics
bridges enable organizations such as businesses, hospitals, government agencies, and schools to connect their buildings wirelessly at gigabit capacity data rates, without trenching for cables or paying for expensive leased-lines which are typically far slower than a GigE laser bridge connection.
Terabeam's free space optics
(FSO) metro area network in Seattle provides a model for the effort being pursued in Washington, DC.
On the other hand, the free space optics
market is expected to grow from USD 116.
For example, Free Space Optics
systems, which use one or more laser beams to transmit data from one point to another, are often deployed in networks where the security and integrity of the signal is critical, such as in private networks where companies or government agencies do not want their data to be transmitted with other data.
Partial List of Figures provided in Visible Light Communication (VLC)/Light Fidelity (Li-Fi) & Free Space Optics
(FSO) Market by Component, Applications & Geography - Analysis & Forecast to 2014 - 2020 research report include:
This report describes the market trends, drivers, and challenges with respect to the global Visible Light Communication and Free Space Optics
Market , and forecasts the market from 2014 to 2020, on the basis of the component, applications and geography.
The Electronics Division includes the legacy Hypernetics and Plaintree free space optics
Omnilux Mesh products include: Omni-Node hardware (both customer premise and base station equipment) with advanced onboard software and free space optics
transceivers with software-assisted acquisition and auto-tracking capabilities; and the Clear-Mesh network management system, an intelligent software platform with powerful management tools to control the network.
Nasdaq: MRVC), a leading provider of products and services for WDM and optical transport, metro Ethernet, fiber optic components, 10GE, out-of-band networking and other optical networking products, today announced the carrier capabilities of its TereScope[R] TS-10GE free space optics
(FSO) system, which offers service providers a 10G Ethernet wireless option for network access and last mile applications.
Patience will allow time for the opportunity to generate volume, and in turn, to reduce unit costs for Free Space Optics
March 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Terabeam Corporation 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.
Free Space Optics
(FSO), the latest technological breakthrough in wireless broadband communications, is now available.