Wireless IP camera has its own IP address and a built-in web server, supports both 802.11g/b wireless LAN. Wireless technology is being deployed as extensions to traditional wired infrastructures – e.g. IP security system connected to the existing network, enables the users to easily install it in areas where Ethernet cabling is not readily available, create more flexible IP security and surveillance solutions.
From wireless infrastructure within buildings and between buildings, to utilize the ultimate mobile networking environment to run data, voice and video applications, WLAN networks and outdoor bridges ideally are suitable for transmitting video and surveillance information to the remote monitoring location, brings fundamental changes to data networking and telecommunications, and makes integrated networks a reality. With less cable to install, project timeframes are significantly reduced and business disruption is minimized; enable to create easy expansion of surveillance networks in a flexible way. It also enables easy changes of remote cameras whenever needed, provides the users a secure, cost effective, flexible and manageable solution for security surveillance.
The rapid deployment of this technology is a major benefit, from a time and cost perspective.
The 802.11g specification is a standard for WLANs that offers transmission over relatively short distances at up to 54 megabits per second (Mbps), It uses the 2.4 GHz band. Theoretical bandwidth is 11 Mbps.
The 802.11b standard for WLANs - often called Wi-Fi - is part of the 802.11 series of WLAN standards from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 802.11b is backward compatible with 802.11.