Technical Surveying & Network Audit
WiFi is an essential part of daily life in our connected world.
Enterprise-level connections use slightly different protocols and management methods than consumer networks, and the equipment is able to support larger loads without suffering from dropped signals or tapering off into dead zones. Access is controlled by an administrator to ensure only authorized users can connect. In some ways, it resembles a scaled-up version of home Wi-Fi designed to handle the higher demands of businesses and public institutions.
We are providing different equipment’s for networking that use in our daily life.
Radio Surveying for TETRA, Aviation & Marine
The dedicated and cost- effective solution to transmit or receive Ntrip corrections. It opens the possibility for users to transmit RTK corrections via Internet. High Technology Solutions and Services in the Air Navigation Field and for Marine.
Radio Study Interference & Traffic Analysis
Dynamic Interference Optimization in Cognitive Radio Networks for Rural and Suburban Areas. The protection limits, cochannel, and adjacent channel interference between cognitive radio and digital television technologies have been widely investigated.
Voice Quality & Data Speed Testing for Networks
The speed test that Inxol Network uses tests the connection you would make as if a phone call was connecting through the network servers. This test will show a basic idea of what your current download and upload speeds are as well as the maximum pause, jitter, quality and any packet loss that your internet connection is experiencing.
Network Acceptance & Penetration Testing
Many businesses have already run a vulnerability assessment, so they may ask why they need to take the extra step of running Pen Tests. Penetration testing usually occurs after performing a vulnerability assessment. Acceptance as a success factor for planning wireless network infrastructure.
Independent Comprehensive Audits
Cybercrime costs in 2018 amounted to $3 trillion, and are forecasted to rise to $6 trillion by 2021, according to the Official 2019 Annual Cybercrime Report, by Cybersecurity Ventures.
This report reveals that this represents the most significant transfer of economic wealth in history and will be more profitable than the global trade of all major illegal drugs combined. It seems that “cybercrime does pay.”