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WiFi technology to be adopted on VIT campus
Internal network in VIT to be established via HotSpot mode
Engineering students urged to undertake research for producing aircraft indigenously
VELLORE: SKYTRON WiFi technology of the SKYTRON Communications GmbH & Co KG, Germany, which guarantees high performance and long range in telecommunications, is to be adopted for telecommunications within the VIT University campus and for communication with other educational institutions shortly, according to Gerd Reckling, Managing Director of the company.
He was inaugurating the SKYTRON high performance long range WiFi technology under the auspices of the KRAMSKI Stamping and Molding India Pvt.Ltd., which holds a 55 per cent stake in the company, on the VIT campus here on Friday.
Mr. Reckling said that the internal network in VIT would be established via the HotSpot mode (with a radius of 1,200 m) for connecting the library from home, for student to student contact, student to faculty contact, and communication among the staff members using voice over IP (Internet Protocol) phone. The system also involved establishment of access on the Internet via HotSpot and fixed system (home connect) for staff members, and interlinking of the VIT-SKYTRON network to other systems (in other colleges and universities). This would facilitate other colleges having access to the library in the VIT, he said.
Mr. Reckling said that the special features of the SKYTRON system include high broadband with symmetric operation up to 600 MBit/s, high safety, low investment costs, simple and quick installation, telephone with voice over IP and HotSpot with a radius of at least 1,200 m. Other features of the SKYTRON WiFi technology include .not pulsing modulation,. which was distinctly different from cellular phones, low broadcasting power (less than 0.5 Watt), low power of end equipment (0.1 Watt) and high data safety.
G. Viswanathan, Chancellor of VIT University, said that it was regrettable that though Indians were using aeroplanes for long distance travel, aircraft were still being imported at the cost of about Rs.50,000 crore to Rs.one lakh crore every year. Young engineering students should undertake research and take up the challenge of producing such aircraft indigenously. The VIT University would encourage its students to go in for research, and apply for and obtain patents for their innovative products, he said.
The Chancellor called upon Wiestaw Kramski, Chief Executive Officer of KRAMSKI Stamping GmbH Precision Stamping & Injection Molding, Pforzheim, Germany, to expand the company.s projects in India. The VIT University would support the company in its efforts to set up its project in Vellore, he said.
Earlier, Mr. Kramski explained the profile of his company and about ongoing project of KRAMSKI Stamping and Molding India Pvt. Ltd. in Erayankadu near Vellore.
Manickam, M.Tech student of VIT, who is coordinating the SKYTRON project on the VIT campus, said that the SKYTRON WiFi technology was currently being tested on the campus. .The presence of tall buildings blocked the signals, and we are working out solutions to overcome this problem and make better utilisation of the technology. Once these problems are tackled, the VIT campus would be fully converted to WiFi technology,. he said.
S. Nagarajan, Manager-Production, KRAMSKI Stamping and Molding India Pvt. Ltd, Vellore, welcomed the gathering.
Quelle: The Hindu