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Read: Mitsubishi Develops Multihop Wireless Network for Surveillance Cameras

Mitsubishi Develops Multihop Wireless Network for Surveillance Cameras

The company says wireless cameras can be deployed using visualization software without the need for power cords or a wired LAN.

Fluidmesh to Host Online Wireless Backhaul Training Series

Read: SoCal City’s Surveillance Acts as Force Multiplier

SoCal City’s Surveillance Acts as Force Multiplier

Emerging Uses and Opportunities for Wireless 2.0

Read: Wireless Unbinds Video Surveillance

Wireless Unbinds Video Surveillance

With wireless communications playing an ever-increasing role in end users’ professional and personal lives, why wouldn’t they also be interested in kicking the copper to the curb in video surveillance applications? Fortunately, the technology and deployment advantages it brings is making it both possible and appealing for security integrators to take to the airwaves.

Read: Where and When to Use Solar-Powered Video Surveillance

Where and When to Use Solar-Powered Video Surveillance

Pa. City to Beef Up Security With 10 Wireless Cameras

Poll: How Will DIY-Friendly Wireless Security Systems Affect Your Business?

Chicago Housing Project Fights Crime With Wireless Surveillance

Read: Tech Talk: Being Receptive to Wireless Video

Tech Talk: Being Receptive to Wireless Video

Wireless technology can be highly beneficial both in spanning hard-to-reach areas and realizing substantial cost savings as an alternative to trenching and long cable runs. Find out some of the basics you need to successfully deploy wireless video surveillance solutions.

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