Data Rate, Throughput and Your Ethernet Radios

By |September 23rd, 2019|Best Practices, Ethernet Radios|Comments Off on Data Rate, Throughput and Your Ethernet Radios

Data rate vs. throughput is an important consideration when evaluating Ethernet radios. Data rate is the total amount of data that can be transmitted from one radio to the other, but it only tells part of the story. The meat of the story is represented by a radio’s throughput – the amount of your information that can actually be transmitted by the radio. [...]

Industrial Wireless Networks & Ethernet Over Low Bandwidth

By |November 12th, 2018|Best Practices, Ethernet Radios|Comments Off on Industrial Wireless Networks & Ethernet Over Low Bandwidth

Circumstances always dictate the requirements of your industrial wireless network. The need to communicate Ethernet data over long distances and difficult terrain may require the use of a licensed, lower frequency, high output power radio for your network. These licensed radios have a significantly lower bandwidth but are quite compatible with Ethernet communication – half of the radios we deploy use Ethernet on a licensed VHF/UHF frequency, providing Ethernet connections for difficult applications. [...]