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Wireless Surveillance Network for Chinese City

Wavion : 26 February, 2010  (Application Story)
A Wavion Wi-Fi Metro base station is being used in the rural peace city project in China for establishing city-wide wireless surveillance networking
Wavion, a company transforming the Metro and Rural Wi-Fi market with a new category of Wi-Fi Base Station, and BHU, Wavion's distributor in the Chinese market, have announced the deployment of Wavion's Wi-Fi base stations for a city-wide video surveillance network in China.


The network has been deployed as part of the "Peace City" project in a rural city in China. The network includes 120 video cameras located in strategic positions to monitor public buildings, roads, major junctions and traffic load. The network infrastructure was based on Wavion's WBS-5800 base stations which were installed on towers with a direct fibre connection to the command and control centre of the City's security forces. The network design provisioned each CPE to accommodate 1-4 cameras.

"This project is a major contribution for law enforcement in rural China," said Mr Yao Yongxin, BHU General Manager. "After our customer's disappointment from competing solutions, we received the opportunity to introduce the Wavion solution, whose performance surpassed the customer's expectations. Furthermore, the open architecture offered by Wavion enables the customer to select any off-the-shelf standard 802.11a CPE and thus reduce the overall solution's cost."

Wavion's unique and powerful WBS-2400 and WBS-5800 spatially adaptive beamforming base stations provide extended range, higher throughput, and much better NLOS coverage. As a result, unlike more conventional equipment, they do not require costly high towers and can be easily installed on rooftops and still provide very good coverage and penetration. Moreover, their flexible architecture built around two types of base stations - omni-directional and sector - and their rugged and weather-proof enclosure add significantly to their unique value offering to Telecom Operators.

"Wavion is proud to partner with BHU on this city-wide project in China," said Eran Kaplan, Wavion's EVP Sales and Marketing. "Wavion's solution was selected because of its high capacity, superb coverage and high resiliency to interference - key capabilities for a high quality video surveillance network. Furthermore, Wavion's base station ability to interoperate with any standard off-the-shelf 802.11a based CPE enables the customer to optimally choose the CPEs according to their performance and price trade-offs."

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