What do you do when you are tasked with establishing robust, tactical communications in response to a disaster, an emergency or special operations? Or when you need to set up permanent communication links in some of the most extreme environments?
From battlefield communications to port security, Point-to-Point (PTP) Wireless Ethernet Bridges have delivered the high-bandwidth, performance, and reliability needed to support voice, data, and video applications for a variety of temporary and permanent operations.
We invite you to join us for this informative session, where you will learn:
- How to establish communications in the most challenging conditions including non-line-of-sight environments, over bodies of water, across long distances and desert regions, and through extreme weather.
- About current PTP deployments supporting tactical communications, security operations, and an array of in-demand applications such as video surveillance and VoIP
- Cost-effective alternatives to leased T1 lines and licensed microwave for connectivity purposes and LMR systems backhaul
- Unique technology differentiators and advantages over other broadband solutions
Dominic Landucci, Network Analyst for the National Undersea Research Center (NURC). The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration operates the world’s only undersea laboratory. PTP technology is the critical link that sends voice, data and streaming video from the laboratory nine miles off-shore to the NURC in Key Largo, FL. The broadband wireless link has maintained an impressive 99.999% availability even through rough seas.
Les Dawson, Vice President of Alioth Technical Services. Alioth has extensive experience with the U.S. Coast Guard and their installations of PTP. USCG has implemented this broadband technology along the eastern seaboard, from NY to FL, to help achieve their mission of Maritime Domain Awareness.
Rob Miller, U.S. Federal Sales Director, Motorola, will provide case study examples of how other federal agencies, including those within DOD and DOJ, are using PTP solutions.