For more than a decade, Carlson has designed and developed products to deliver high-speed Internet and wireline-quality voice connectivity to rural communities and businesses with remote operations. Specializing in hard-to-reach regions, Carlson provides fixed-wireless systems using TV white-space and microwave technology to deliver full voice and data connections no matter how rugged the terrain. More than 20 million customers in nearly 200 communities, from the Arctic Circle to the jungles of Peru, rely on Carlson radios for their broadband needs, Carlson serves customers in the telecommunications, public safety and energy industries.

Chinook Salmon and the LongHaul

The underwater Fish Cam at the Whitehorse Rapids Fishway in Canada uses the LongHaul 5x to transmit IP video of the Chinook salmon as they make their yearly run up the Yukon River. People can tune in to the Yukon Energy website during the summer months, when the camera is activated, to watch the heroic journey of the salmon.…

LongHaul Remote Monitoring

Remote Monitoring with the LongHaul

Employees at this East Coast landfill can monitor a wide range of territory from inside their offices using the LongHaul 5x. Video cameras, mounted at the site, transmit data to the office via the LongHaul 5x, which is ideal for a point-to-point application of this kind. For point-to-multipoint backhaul, the LongHaul 135 or LongHaul 270…

Fueling Up with the Trailblazer

In the northern Nevada desert, our Trailblazer radio is working with an automated fueling system installed at a remote airport by L.A. Perks, Petroleum Specialists. The Trailblazer makes it possible for telephone modems to authorize credit cards even at remote locations. Fully compatible with the FuelMaster fixed-point automated fueling system, the Trailblazer is ideal for this application. Our Trailblazer phone-line turnkey package…

Trailblazer – Powered by the Sun

A Trailblazer repeater installation in San Carlos, Arizona Here, the Trailblazer is passing along phone lines and Ethernet to a remote, rural village in Gila County, Arizona, miles from this base station. This solar-powered repeater site was installed by Kindelay Communications using our Trailblazer digital repeater, the Carlson Integrated Solar Kit, antennas and accessories. Kindelay installed the Rohn tower.  …

Automated Airport Fueling Stations and the Trailblazer

Here at this remote airport fueling station, our Trailblazer radio is working with an automated fueling system installed by systems integrator, L.A. Perks, Petroleum Specialists. Trailblazer allows telephone modems to offer credit card authorizations even at remote locations. By using a Trailblazer, the airport also saved the expense of digging trench to lay telephone lines and repaving afterward. Trailblazer is…

VTS Technology from Carlson Wireless Advances Remote Monitoring of Solar Powered and Long Distance Wireless Communication Links

Arcata, CA – June 30, 2010 – Carlson Wireless Technologies, a leader in solar powered wireless voice and data communications, is pleased to announce the development of its latest VTS monitoring and alarm technology. VTS offers system monitoring and alarm capabilities to notify communication managers of changes in system environment effecting supply voltage, equipment temperature…

Carlson Wireless Technologies to Exhibit at the Pacific Telecom Council Conference 2010 in Oahu, Hawaii, January 17-20

Arcata, CA, January 10, 2010: Carlson Wireless Technologies (CWT) of Arcata, California will be exhibiting at this year’s Pacific Telecom Council Conference (PTC 2010) on January 17 – 20.   For over a decade CWT’s wireless microwave broadband and telephone systems have been deployed in numerous Pacific Rim countries to meet the unique challenges of…