Maryland-January 17, 2006
After many successful field trials by major customers,
Teletronics International Inc. formally
announced its decision to release its new TT series
802.11 based wireless broadband
bridges/routers, replacing its earlier EZBridge versions.
“The EZBridge routers/bridges have been selling
well over the years, but with Wi-Max coming,
we had to upgrade our products, both in performance
and price to stay competitive”, said
Dr. Dickson Fang, the CEO of Teletronics; “we
believe our 20 Mbps throughput at 5.8GHz over
a distance of 20 miles LOS is unmatchable, not to mention
our price is at least 2/3 lower than
that of a Wi-Max system, which is still not available
for the mass market.”
All TT Series products are designed for outdoor all-weather
deployment and offer a robust,
yet stylish, weatherproof case that can survive against
the most-harsh of outdoor environments.
They all have integrated transparent VLAN, QoS, bandwidth
control, WPA, WPA2, 64/128 bit WEP
data security, MAC filtering and Web and SNMP features
with the new NAT functionality to be
The TT Series products cover 802.11a, b, and g at frequencies
of 5.8 GHz and 2.4 GHz. Most
note- worthy is Teletronics’ TT5800 bridge/router,
FCC approved at 200 mw power for 5.8 GHz
long-distance applications, which can be configured
either as a base-station or as a client-station.
“We were able to put the TT 5800 through various
tests during the last three weeks and the results
were to me quite unbelievable despite my vast experience
in this field over time” remarked Mr. Yomi,
of InterFinish, an ISP customer of Teletronics, “we
were able to get 19.5 miles point-to-point with the
28dBi flat panel antenna and 15 miles on the 22dBi antenna.
Both links are steady at 24Mbps
throughput and a latency of 1ms between the two radios,
even when fully loaded with data.”
Recognizing the merit of the TT5800, AETC of China invited
Teletronics to enter the bidding to be the broadband
system supplier for a 60-School Broadband Wireless Project
in China which Teletronics eventually won. The essence
of the project is to install, at 5.8GHz, wireless broadband
serve approximately 20,000 students in 60 schools spreading
over Dang Tu County covering an
area of over 500 square kilometers near Nanjing, China.
For those who can not afford Wi-Max, either because
of cost or timing, Teletronics’ TT Series
products offer a reliable cost-effective alternative.
Teletronics designs, develops and manufactures a complete
line of products and solutions for high-speed wireless
broadband systems, including RF amplifiers, up/down
frequency converters, wireless network bridges and routers.
Since 1986, Teletronics has been a pioneer in developing
cost effective products and solutions for the ever-evolving
broadband wireless industry. Teletronics continues to
focus on innovation and is committed to providing its
commercial and military customers with the best possible
equipment and solutions. Information on Teletronics’
product line is available at www.teletronics.com.
Contact: Steve Lin (301.309.8500)