The AES-MultiNet system is a wireless-to-internet receiver designed to support multiple AES-IntelliNet wireless mesh networks connecting them to the central station via the Internet. Users operating in geographically dispersed AES networks link together via the Internet, increasing the capacity of their AES-IntelliNet networks.
Brivo Inc. is the worldwide leader of cloud-based physical access control systems. Currently servicing over eight million users, the company’s award-winning Brivo OnAir® provides unmatched scalability and centralized security management for global enterprises, while retaining the ease of use for...
BVS designs and manufactures handheld wireless test devices for Cell Phone Detection, WiMAX, Wi-Fi, CDMA and other popular wireless standards. Devices typically scan RF for spectrum analysis and interference and demodulate packets for network traffic and multipath analysis. Security features...
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The 7705i/7005i MultiNet Internet Monitoring Receiver System is used in situations where alarm signals from one or more AES-IntelliNet wireless radio networks need to be received and managed centrally. Remote installations of AES-IntelliNet transceiver units can be monitored over any distance... Read more
The AES-7794 IntelliProFire is an add-on module forAESsubscribers that enables transmission of full alarm zone data from an alarm panel to a central station over an established AES-IntelliNet network. AES subscribers with IntelliProFire can operate in applications with or without a phone line... Read more
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