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pic2 of AP and omni at Kmart

AP and omni at Kmart

Patch antenna at Target (I could never find any APs/antennas at target until I brought My WiFiSPY wifi detector with me shopping)

Symbol Spectrum 24 AP at Schnuck's Markets

pic2 of Symbol Spectrum 24 AP at Schnuck's Markets

pic3 of Symbol Spectrum 24 AP at Schnuck's Markets

Wireless inventory device at Target

Win2000 powered mobile inventory cart w/ Linksys Wireless G bridge at Costco

Close up of Wireless inventory cart at Costco

AP at Burlington Coat Factory

AP at Safeway

FHSS AP... info from Madah.com: "WAVES Mass Notification Personnel Alerting System.

Patch antenna for the madah FHSS AP

AP and two omnis at Barnes and Noble

A Hyperlink Tech Yagi at six flags marine world

other end of the point to point link at six flags marine world

AP and omni at Albertsons

Pic2 of AP and omni at Albertsons

AP at Safeway

AP at Barnes and Noble

AP and two omnis at Albertsons

several APs at Costco

2 Yagis and a bridge/AP in a water proof enclosure on top of the Safeway gas station(pointing to main store)

AP and Omni at Kmart

Cisco Aironet AP and Omni at Walmart

Fibre switch and patch pannel at Walmart

AP and Yagi at Home Depot

AP #2 and Yagi at Home Depot

AP# 3 and Yagi at Home Depot

Cisco Aironet at Albertsons

AP and Omni #1 at Fred Meyer

AP and Omni #2 at Fred Meyer

AP and Omni #3 at Fred Meyer

802.11 mobile inventory console at Home Depot

802.11 Price scanner at Walmart

windows 2000 powered Self-checkout system at Walmart

picture 2 of Self-checkout system at Walmart


Wal-Mart info that was sent to me:

Just a line to let you know that the Wal-Mart AP's are for their handheld computers. The "computers" are made by Telxon, and the model is a 960. (some variants of this.)

I used to work for them.. so I had a chance to work with them... they were DOS based machines, which just interfaced w/ the Point of Sale system and SMART system (I cant remember the meaning, I think it's Smart Merchandising through Applied Retail Technology).

-Anonymous

UPDATE!

8/26/04

email from: ZeroCool

SMART = Superior Merchandising through Applied Retail Technology.


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11/30/2004

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