Itasca, IL – October 30, 2016 – Improvements to public transit fleet wireless systems are happening all over the world, meaning that antennas designed for combined WiFi, GPS, and most notably Cellular capability need to be made with global frequency differences in mind. Many cellular carriers in the US are using specific bands in the frequency range of 700 to 1900 MHz, however completely different bands and frequencies ranging from 800 to 2500 MHz are used for cellular in Europe and Asia.
Itasca, IL – Oct 25, 2016 –A hot button topic that has become prevalent in cities around the world is the implementation of stable and reliable public transit wireless systems. Users and fleet management companies alike benefit from having wireless capability on board public transit vehicles.
Itasca, IL – September 9, 2016 – Cities rely on their public works departments to maintain the best possible quality standards for residents. Sometimes this responsibility means getting the various wireless networks that are used by businesses, citizens, and government officials to all be connected through Smart City integration.
Itasca, IL – September 6, 2016 – Public works organizations are constantly looking for ways to make their cities better places to live. Maintenance on roads, traffic intersections, and water supply systems keep towns and cities functioning at all times. One aspect of public works that has only recently become the norm for infrastructure is aidingin the implementation of Smart City systems that run on WiFi and cellular LTE.
Itasca, IL, September 5, 2016 – Mobile Mark released the new Omni-Directional MIMO Antenna designed for M2M applications. This OD3-700/2700 is to be featured at CTIA Super Mobility 2016 on September 7th – 9th, 2016 in Las Vegas!
Itasca, IL – August 18, 2016 – When it comes to antennas for Smart City technology, the possibilities are almost endless in terms of applications and mounting locations. Mobile Mark’s HD4-2400 is an example of a versatile omni-directional antenna that can be mounted inside of manholes on a city street, allowing for a covert installation that can extend WiFi coverage in an urban area.
Itasca, IL – August 15, 2016 – “Smart City” is the buzzword that comes to mind when talking about the future of wireless infrastructures. These systems are intended to connect any number of government organizations, businesses, and users within a city area. Law enforcement, transportation systems, schools, and hospitals are just a few examples of potential beneficiaries of Smart City technology.
Itasca, IL – July 28, 2016 – Using the popular slim radome originally designed for Mobile Mark’s LTB-301 cellular antenna, the BD-5900 provides a thin profile solution for Global DSRC and ITS. This antenna operates in the frequency range of 5.8-5.9 GHz with 13 dBi bi-directional gain. It has a maximum power of 10 Watts with less than 2 to 1 VSWR over range, and 50 OHM nominal impedance.
Itasca, IL – July 26, 2016 – Mobile Mark’s antenna offerings come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and form factors to fit customers’ unique needs. High gain panel designs for DSRC on the 5.8-5.9 GHz frequency band are ideal solutions for customers seeking efficient point-to-point coverage. The PN18-5900 from Mobile Mark is a high performance DSRC antenna that comes in a surprisingly compact panel design, perfect for directional coverage on 5.9 GHz networks.
Itasca, IL – June 17, 2016 – Mobile Mark continues to offer more antennas for intelligent transportation systems following ITS America 2016 in San Jose, the premiere annual event for transportation technology.
The IW-5900 from Mobile Mark is a standout among Mobile Mark’s products for intelligent transportation systems (ITS), offering stable 6 dBi gain performance across the entire 5.85-5.93 GHz band.