WLAN

The WLAN protocol is applicable for connecting internet enabled devices over short distances.

 

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Wireless Local Area Network

WLAN (also called WiFi) is a Wireless Local Area Network. The WLAN protocol is applicable for connecting internet enabled devices over short distances (e.g. in homes or at offices).

The WLAN protocol uses high-frequency (2.4 GHz) radio signals to transmit data, which makes cables unnecessary. WiFi connects the different internet enabled devices through the radio signals. WLAN is useful for IoT solutions whith a need for high data-rate  and a short distance between devices.

The WLAN protocol is quite secure, because data are encrypted, and wireless clients need to have their identity verified when joining a network. 

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Key features of WLAN

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High data-rate

WLAn is very useful in IoT solution, where high data-rate is needed.

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Short distances

If devices needs to be close to each other, the WLAN-protocol is suitable. 

Develco Products' solution are safe and secure

Secure

WLAN uses data encryption and users have to verified before use.

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The Squid.link Gateway

The Squid.link Gateway is an extremely flexible solution for connecting networks based on different technologies, including Bluetooth Low Energy. The gateway is a modular platform for flexible Home Area Networks (HAN). With Squid.link Gateway, you are no longer dependent on one vendor but can combine your Home Area Network exactly the way you prefer.

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