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Model 1015-00 Surface mount lock box for Wi-Fi WAPs, ideal for residence halls and Wi-Fi hotspots 
 

  • Oberon Model 1015-00Aesthetic, locking 11" x 11" surface-mounted wall or hard lid ceiling enclosure for most vendors' access points
  • Rugged ABS plastic construction, virtually transparent to wireless signals
  • Available with either textured white cover or translucent cover
  • Quick WAP installation using T-Bar bracket to clip WAP into enclosure   

     

 
Model 1074 pre-terminated cabling zone enclosure is an ideal solution for installing non-plenum rated components in, or above, the ceiling  


 Model 1074 
  • Locking 2' x 2' suspended ceiling, plenum rated, general-purpose telecommunications enclosure
  • Designed as a consolidation point for securing pre-terminated "plug-n-play" copper and fiber optic cable assemblies in a zone structured cabling design
  • Also can be used a workspace enclosure to secure active equipment including Optical Network Terminals (ONTs), small workgroup switches, wireless access points, and DAS remote access units (RAUs)
  • The 1074 is the only plenum rated enclosure which has fire-stopped openings large enough for the multi-fiber array modules, and multi-copper connector modules used in pre-terminated solutions
  • This aesthetic, white powder-coated aluminum enclosure comes in 2U (Model 1074-04) or 4U (Model 1074-08) depths    

Model 1074  

    

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As Featured in Cabling Installation & Maintenance Magazine
   New Gigabit Wireless to Support Mobile-Data Growth 
Oberon President Scott D. Thompson
A glimpse into the near future shows the imminent need for high-capability WiFi networks in many types of user environments.

By Scott D. Thompson, Oberon Inc.

In this, the first of a two-part article, I will present a forecast for growth in mobile data requirements, the impact this may have on premises wireless local area networks (LANs), and some infrastructure strategies to handle surges in mobile data consumption. In part two, which will be published next month, I will describe the 802.11ac and 802.11ad amendments to the wireless networking standard, and strategies for using these technologies for Gigabit wireless capabilities.
   
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