optical wireless communication


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optical wireless communication

A transmission system that uses light pulses over the air rather than in an optical fiber. The entire light range from infrared to ultraviolet is employed in various systems. See visible light communication and free space optics.
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today announced the availability of its innovative optical wireless communications product, and with it, a new high water mark in performance-optimized design.
fSONA Networks manufactures the highest-quality, highest-performance, free space optical wireless communications equipment on the market today.
Interlink Electronics' RemoteLink technology is an optical wireless communications link that supports multiple users and simultaneous channels of communication.
The first specializes in developing optical wireless communications equipment for the local area, wide area, voice, Internet and security networks.
The first provides management services and specializes in developing optical wireless communications equipment for the local area, wide area, voice, Internet and security networks.
Whether you're expanding a SONET/SDH, Gigabit Ethernet, PCS/Cellular backhaul or Metro LAN network, SONAbeam takes the complexity out of urban broadband delivery so you can realize the full power of carrier-class optical wireless communications -- at a fraction of the cost of RF and fiber installations.
com/), founded in 1988 provides management services and specializes in developing optical wireless communications equipment for the Local Area, Wide Area, Voice, Internet and Security Networks.
Developed and patented by Interlink Electronics, RemoteLink Technology is an optical wireless communications technology that overcomes the current inadequacies of infrared (IR) wireless communications schemes.
fSONA Communications Corporation, a manufacturer of broadband optical wireless communications systems, announces it has closed US$18.

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