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com)-- LightPointe, the number one manufacturer of outdoor point-to-point wireless data bridges which utilize laser transmission and hybrid radio-laser technology, released a Case Study describing the long term success of a Free Space Optics wireless data bridge which was deployed by The Martin Agency, one of the top advertising agencies in the world, according to Creativity Magazine.
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.
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.
Dominion understands the Court's decision to mean that companies in the free space optics arena cannot deploy point-to-multipoint free space optics networks within the scope of the '923 patent claims without first taking a license from Dominion or running afoul of the patent laws.
Optical Wireless or Free Space Optics (FSO) is the term given to products produced by LightPointe Communications since the company was started in 1998 in Boulder, Colorado.
16), free space optics (FSO), Military RF and satellite.
Fortress' FC-X Security Controller is designed to provide high-performance, secure and reliable connectivity to wireless local area networks (LANs) and fixed wireless networks using Wi-Fi, WiMAX, free space optics (FSO), Military RF or satellite.
The SONAbeam(R) series of Free Space Optics (FSO) products provide a globally unlicensed, wireless solution operating at speeds of up to 2.