ORIA System has a professional communication consultant to assist you both with the design and implementations of new wireless communication system for IP CCTV platforms or if your business just needs only a solid ethernet networking platform.
In addition, ORIA Systems’ professional installation team will ensure that your new wireless communication system will operate to the highest standards. Our product range and in-house expertise offer you peace of mind knowing that as your organisation expands, your networking system has the flexibility to grow with you.
ORIA Systems utilises Ubiquiti wireless and wired networking product range with our IP CCTV wireless network system.
Depend on the distance that wireless link is required to perform at, ORIA Systems, will tailor the right solution for you.
For example, the NanoStationM product range is ideal for Point-to-MultiPoint (PtMP) applications requiring high-performance CPE devices with a sleek form factor is perfect for wireless links up to 5KM (clear line of sight) at an ethernet bandwidth rate of 10/100MB.
Ubiquiti Networks sets the bar for the world’s first low-cost and efficient
broadband Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) with the original NanoStation. The NanoStationM
and NanoStation locoM take the same concept to the future with sleek and elegant form factors, along with integrated airMAX (MIMO TDMA protocol) technology.
The low cost, high performance, and small form factor of NanoStationM and NanoStation locoM make them extremely versatile and economical to deploy.
To deploy the Ubiquiti product range, ORIA Systems utilise the airOS & airView software to maximise performance of the deployed equipment.
The airOS is an intuitive, versatile, highly developed Ubiquiti firmware technology. It is exceptionally intuitive. The user interface is a powerful firmware architecture, which enables high-performance, outdoor multi-point networking.
The airView software Integrated on all Ubiquiti M products, airView® provides advanced spectrum analyser with the functionality of real-time spectral views to allow the installer to identify noise signatures and plan how to reduce noise interference in the networks.