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Our digital line of Motorola’s MOTOTRBO two-way radios are well suited to meet the needs of effective communication in educational institutions. Our radios offer increased talk group capacity, integrated data applications such as dispatch and location tracking, exceptional digital voice quality, and enhanced battery life. Motorola two-way radios can help keep students safer, staff more efficient, and costs lower.

Deploying WLAN in the classroom has become standard in schools, but there are many challenges in this environment:

○ School IT departments are required to support large numbers of users with limited staff, the WLAN solution can be time-intensive to configure and maintain users
○ Wireless coverage issues are often a challenge due to large coverage areas. Supporting so many users require special access points to meet coverage
○ Security is always a challenge, the requirement to separate faculty and student networks, authentication requirements, and data encryption is always a challenge for any IT department
○ School budget processes require that the cost of deploying WALN is kept low for initial deployment and future maintainability, in many cases by leveraging existing infrastructure

Our Wireless LAN suite includes a complete line of indoor and outdoor wireless connectivity solutions, allowing full campus coverage and high-speed access to your network. We ensure productivity by allowing you to be untethered, our Voice over IP (VOIP) solutions can easily integrate with your current PBX and WLAN infrastructure to provide access to your desk phone. MCIS can provide a carrier-grade cost-effective solution and can integrate network and user management features needed to maintain a secure and high-performance wireless environment.

One of the most difficult tasks in any WLAN solution is to ensure performance and uptime, even with massive amounts of clients and heavy multimedia content. We employ load balancing features, airtime fairness, truly automatic channel selection for maximum throughput and interference mitigation, hardware redundancies, QoS prioritization, content-based traffic shaping and optimization, and incredible RF performance including beamforming, sectored arrays, and more.
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