Access

Welcome to the last mile

Often referred to as "last mile," access in wireless network system refers to providing communication to an end-user. That end-user could be a place—home, complex, office, vehicle or vessel; things—sensors, cameras, appliances, lights, controllers, meters, RDID's; or people—handsets, smartphones, watches.

Mobility Access is the traditional cellular technology network that allow continuous wireless connections from a fixed site to assets without disrupting communications while moving from one coverage area to another. Redline offers a variety of devices that covers frequency ranges from 450 MHz to 6 GHz.

Nomadic Wireless Access or roaming is used for connecting one permanent site to one or more temporary-located assets using wireless technology. This a break and make connection where there is not continuous communication during the moving of the asset. Redline offers a variety of devices that covers frequency ranges from 450 MHz to 6 GHz.

Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is used for connecting two or permanent sites using wireless technology. Redline offers a variety of devices for both Point-to-Point (PTP) and Point-to-Multipoint (PmP) topology. Covers frequency ranges from 450 MHz to 80 GHz. Redline offers a variety of devices that covers frequency ranges from 450 MHz to 6 GHz.

The Ellipse series of base stations encompasses the various technology platforms Redline offers its customers to provide the proper wireless solution for fixed, nomadic and mobile applications.

The Ellipse series has shared features that enable Redline’s customers to have a common deployment and management experience during all phases of design, installation, operation and maintenance of the wireless network.

Whether it is LTE eUTRAN eNodeB or Redline’s RDL-3000 PMP sector controller, the Ellipse series provides the required performance and robustness to meet the most demanding deployment conditions.