12/1/09 - Luxul Wireless announced additions to its family of Shock-WAV Wi-Fi Signal Boosters. Indoor and outdoor rated versions of Shock-WAV Signal Boosters are now available for use in licensed 4.9GHz Public Safety wireless network installations, as well as in unlicensed 5GHz WLAN applications. A 2.4GHz indoor version is also now available for use with switches or wireless access points that implement the 802.3af/at Power-Over-Ethernet (POE) standard. These new additions to the Shock-WAV Signal Booster family are available now through the Luxul Wireless worldwide distribution and reseller network.
"Luxul's patented Shock-WAV Signal Boosters represent the most advanced and
efficient wireless signal enhancement technology on the market," said
Jeffrey Curtis, president of Luxul Wireless. "Our customers have demanded
Shock-WAV availability in other wireless bands and applications. We're
pleased to make that happen as part of Luxul's aggressive growth strategy."
In contrast to traditional analog amplifier technologies, Shock-WAV Signal
Boosters implement a patented digital Automatic Gain Control (D-AGC)
technology that monitors incoming signal packets and automatically makes
adjustments to maintain constant power output levels. This ensures the
cleanest signal possible and results in a higher performing wireless
network. Shock-WAV Signal Boosters are also bi-directional, delivering 15dB
or more of receive gain. This is an important feature for increasing the
range of mobile client devices or remote peripherals such as security
cameras that traditionally have weak internal antennas. When combined with
Luxul's family of X-WAV Circular Polarized (CP) Antennas , Shock-WAV Signal
Boosters deliver an optimal wireless networking experience.
Luxul Wireless solutions implement patented technologies that deliver
increased signal penetration, range and clarity -- easily outperforming traditional signal technologies. Luxul products are widely used in hospitality, healthcare, military/defense, education, home automation, security, and mesh networking applications.