Working in conjunction with Motorola’s wireless switches, the AP300 Access Port delivers robust and feature rich IEEE 802.11a/b/g connectivity. It can also be used as a sensor in conjunction with Motorola’s Wireless Intrusion Protection System (IPS).
Access ports substantially reduce the cost of deploying, implementing and managing a wireless LAN, while significantly increasing features, functionality and security of the wireless LAN infrastructure.
Features of Access Ports AP300:
Dual form-factors: Plenum-rated external antenna model with metal housing is ideal for installation above ceiling tiles; the plastic internal-antenna housing allows for installation within the “carpeted-space” and provides cost-effective coverage via the integrated 2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz antennas
Interoperability: Standards-based wireless, wired and security protocols ensure interoperability with third-party hardware
802.1x supplicant: Allows authentication to a RADIUS server to enable an 802.1x-protected Ethernet port
802.11h: Enables worldwide operation through support for standards based dynamic frequency selection and power control
802.11i: Support for IEEE standardsbased security protocols for strong Encryption (AES, TKIP), Authentication and Key Management (802.1x-EAP)
Flexible mounting options: Fast and easy installation with wall, ceiling and above-ceiling tile mounting options; internal antenna version snaps on to T-bars of suspended ceilings without the use of any hardware; external antenna version installs above ceiling tiles
802.3af: Simplifies and reduces total cost of installation through support of standards-based Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)
Load balancing, pre-emptive roaming and rate scaling: Increases reliability and resilience of the wireless network to support mission critical applications
Barcode Dynamics Pty Ltd is a privately owned Australian company with offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide servicing the Auto Identification market Australia-wide. Established in 1997, the group activities incorporate label manufacturing, thermal printing, data capture and mobility solutions, application integration, software development and professional services.
Partnering with several international vendors such as Datamax (Thermal printers), Motorola (WLAN/Mobility solutions) and the Zetes group (global ID solutions), combined with in-house software development and application deployment, the company provides end to end printing, data capture, wireless networking and mobility solutions to enterprises. This offer ranges from standalone printers to full scale deployments encompassing labelling, printing, mobile computing, wireless networks, bespoke software development and integration to enterprise wide systems for multi-site organizations.
Barcode Dynamics operates in several vertical markets such as manufacturing, retail, government, logistics and warehousing. Customers include small to medium businesses and large corporations, including several blue chip companies that require large scale enterprise wide solutions.
Positioned in the growth Identification industry there is opportunity to leverage the existing product range and in-house IP to capitalize on emerging technologies such as RFID, Enterprise Mobility and the burgeoning Authentication market. With excellent profit earnings and a strong cash position, Barcode Dynamics is poised for significant growth through strategic partnerships and acquisitions in the coming years.