Learn about some of the the systems that TESSCO supports and see the products
you need to make them work.
Broadband systems deliver over-the-air, high-speed Internet connections from a
base station to residential or small business customers. For many applications,
a wireless connection is the best choice since many customers cannot obtain
suitable Internet access over long runs of existing copper cable or expensive-to-install fiber optic cable plant.
Rapid deployment of voice, video, and data connectivity is vital for restoring
any wireless network to normal operations in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.
Loss of communications, loss of power, and damaged infrastructure are all
critical problems that must be addressed in the face of an emergency.
Where cellular coverage becomes spotty or nonexistent inside large
buildings or structures, an indoor network distributes
RF signals over coaxial or fiber optic cable to antennas mounted at key
locations along corridors or in common areas throughout a large facility.
Outdoor networks provide wide area coverage and capacity for mobile Internet services over a range of
devices that are used for voice, high-speed Internet access, emailing, text messaging, and multimedia services.
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), automated meter reading (AMR), and
advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) are applications of wireless remote monitoring and
control systems used in industries such as utilities, railroads, and oil and gas.
Mobile phones are no longer a luxury or a nice-to-have item. Whether for business or
personal use, today people rely heavily on mobile phones, and increasingly, smartphones,
for "anywhere, anytime" voice, data and video communications. Protecting your mobile
device investment and ensuring its proper, reliable operation in a variety of situations is very important.
Base station infrastructure involves a myriad of products on the ground and up on a
tower or rooftop. From the antennas to cables and mounting hardware, to the tower
and roof mounts themselves, base station infrastructure is the platform on which wireless services work.
Virtually every wireless product and project, from factory assembly and field installation,
to testing and ongoing maintenance, requires tools and supplies to complete the job quickly and efficiently.