Wi-Fi Planet 2003

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2012-05-28
 
 
 

Wi-Fi Planet 2003

This access point was designed by Airflow Networks, using clear plastic to allow a peek at the printed circuit board. Note the Marvell chip inside.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Alvarion

Surprisingly, this broadcast antenna that Alvarion Ltd. will use to beam WiMax wireless signals to the home was the only obvious display of WiMax equipment at Wi-Fi Planet.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Alvarion

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - tiny Gigaant antenna

This tiny antenna was designed by Gigaant to be used for transmitting 5.2GHz frequencies, according to an Avnet employee.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - tiny Gigaant antenna

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Cirond Wi-Fi management tool

A screenshot of the WiNc Wi-Fi management tool by Cirond Corp. Note the locations of the access points, overlaid on the diagram of the building.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Cirond Wi-Fi management tool

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - A closeup of the Firetide mesh router.

A closeup of the Firetide mesh router.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 -  A closeup of the Firetide mesh router.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - iDirect NetModem II Plus appliance

A closeup of the iDirect NetModem II Plus appliance for Internet connectivity via satellite.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 -  iDirect NetModem II Plus appliance

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Proxim Wi-Fi products

A selection of enterprise products from Proxim.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Proxim Wi-Fi products

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - The Firebox VPN/security appliance

The Firebox VPN/security appliance.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - The Firebox VPN/security appliance

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Alvarion antenna

To receive signals using this WiMax subscriber antenna by Alvarion Inc., the consumer will have to have the antenna professionally installed on his roof, like a satellite dish.

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - Alvarion antenna

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - can antenna

What would a Wi-Fi show be without an antenna made from an aluminum can?

Wi-Fi Planet 2003 - can antenna

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