Vixnet is owned by Vix Technologies, an international company with diverse international investments specialising in ground breaking technologies. Vixnet owns, developed and designed a secure, state of the art, non-GSM based bi-directional, non-jammable data communications network. The network frequencies are ICASA licenced, and the products type approved, the network was tailor designed for the security industry’s specific needs.
The company will be exhibiting at the ESDA roadshow in the Western Cape on 29 July 2015. The event will be held in Cape Town, at Riverclub, c/o Liesbeek Parkway & Observatory Road, Observatory. This is a morning only event that closes at 1 pm.
Vixnet prides itself on being the only supplier of DSSS radios that ensures the alarm owners peace of mind. Since its inception into the South African alarm communications market in 2006, Vixnet has strived to be innovative by addressing current issues in the market, namely:
A) Introducing anti-jamming technology.
B) Offering available spectrum.
C) A fully redundant DSSS and reliable network.
D) Full bi-directional communications for signal acknowledgement.
E) And getting RF signals out of built up areas, i.e. malls and CBDs.
What draws the security industry market to Vixnet is:
• A propriety network not at all related to the GSM/Cellular networks.
• Bi-directional communications.
• Uploading of user codes and event logs for alarm systems using our DSSS network, (only on specific alarm panels).
• A radio transceiver with its own slim line (cellphone size) battery back up, (using 3.6 volt), that manages the serial feeder cable for any tampering or malicious damage.
• Radio devices are trackable using triangulation and not GPS positioning.
• Signals from radio devices can be routed to multiple control centres simultaneously to ensure response and reaction takes place (ideal for estate monitoring).
• With Vixnet transceivers, the signals have four stages of signal acknowledgement through the network, ensuring delivery of the signal.
Vixnet currently has five different radio transmitters and transceivers to satisfy your needs, varying in pricing, benefits and features as well as network fees.
For more information, go to www.vixnet.co.za
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