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Wireless Devices with Propiatary protocols 9 years 8 months ago #20224

  • SmartDude
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Dear all,
I guess you are familiar with "Motorola Canopy SM/AP", it uses its own propieatary protocols and very stable Wireless Device but expensive one. DO you know some other Wireless Devices which has its own propiatary protocols as Motorola Canopy ? and can be used as Outdoor Unit ???
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SmartDude
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Re: Wireless Devices with Propiatary protocols 9 years 8 months ago #20227

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Everything that is not using 802.11 is 'proprietary'.

Is there something specific you are looking for that Canopy isn't able to provide?
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Re: Wireless Devices with Propiatary protocols 9 years 8 months ago #20239

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I am concerned about Price, so i was looking for Alternative to Canopy...

If u know some devices then please suggest... Thanks
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SmartDude
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