GeoDesy Laser Links Wireless Solutions
Suna Communication is a Surrey based communications specialist offering GeoDesy laser link networking services throughout Surrey, London, Kent, Hertfordshire, Hampshire and the South East.
Supply and Install
We supply and install the complete 1000MB range of products, which are fifth generation compact free space laser based systems from GEODESY-FSO designed to deliver a cost-effective solution for high speed wireless connectivity. The laser transmission carries the data using the concentrated laser beam and a unique modulation technique is employed to ensure error free data transfer over distances up to 3500 meters.
The transparent and wire speed data transfer together with virtually zero latency assures the easy integration of the system in all environments. Because they use infrared light GEODESY-FSO systems do not require frequency licenses and the transmission is not affected by electro-magnetic interference. The concentrated laser beam is extremely hard to tap, even to discover. Basically, the GEODESY-FSO link can be considered as a virtual fibre in the air.
The GEODESY-FSO 1000MB RANGE system comprises of two Laser Heads, and two High Power POE power supply. The Laser Heads are installed outdoors, where a clear optical path exists between the two sites. The system contains built-in signal monitoring unit, which features a visual signal strength indicator and LINK status information LCD display accessible on the rear of the lase head.
"Over the past five years, in accordance with our IM&T strategy, we have upgraded our entire campus network.Suna have assisted us in the design, implementation support and maintenance of the Trusts new LAN services.Thanks for your continued help."
PAUL CROSBEE - DEPUTY HEAD IM&T - EPSOM HEALTH CARE
By utilizing standard network interfaces, GEODESYFSO systems protect the customers’ investments in long-term projects. Moreover, 1000MB RANGE systems offer high level of network flexibility due to their extremely fast installation method, which makes them ideal to follow network topology changes.