With populations in the developing world continuing to grow, the need to find new ways to satisfy increased demand for access to food has never been greater. In order to do this, fish farming, or ‘aquaculture’, is quickly becoming a serious contender for the provision of sustainable yield in many countries around the globe.
Providing one of the highest spectral efficiencies available in today’s wireless marketplace – even when operating in high interference environments, often experienced in many parts of the Middle East – the new Quanta 5 solution can serve a diverse range of applications, and more specifically back-hauling for Wi-Fi, LTE and 4G base stations, transmission of high-resolution CCTV and video streams, as well as providing Internet access to remote locations.
Kamal Mokrani, InfiNet Wireless, UK, details a wireless alternative to satellite and cable-based solutions that can be used in mining to keep remote locations connected, whilst keeping costs to a minimum.
Global success in critical connectivity in mines: Wireless networking is key
With complex extraction processes including exploration, construction and production, mining is a difficult operation at the best of times. However, with automated mining transport moving from prototype to reality, dynamic CCTV needed for safety of workers, harsh terrains and critical information often being transferred from one mine site to another, continuous communication is one of the biggest challenges that mining organisations face today. It is crucial to have “always-on” connectivity – if not, the consequences could be disastrous.
The InfiMAN 2x2 family, our flagship Point-to-Multipoint range of solutions, offers different connectivity options for a wide variety of applications (e.g. for LAN extensions, video-surveillance and remote monitoring, Internet access, etc.). It comprises of a number of innovative high-speed IP base stations and subscriber terminals (CPE’s), with base stations providing high sector capacity, field-upgradeable from 40 to 240 Mb/s and using the same or less amount of valuable radio spectrum than traditional point-to-multipoint wireless systems.