OpenStage WL3 WLAN Handset
A Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) uses radio frequency (RF) technology to transmit and receive data over the air.
In WLAN IP telephony, also known as Voice over Wireless LAN (VoWLAN), IP packets are used to transport voice data on Wireless LANs.
The OpenStage WL3 endpoints are an advance variant of telephones for mobile workplaces that use WLAN technology.
These endpoints can be deployed in environments with the appropriate SEN platforms (supported platforms see chapter 1.1.2) and use WLAN infrastructure which supports the dominant infrastructure standards IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n.
In addition to the predecessor product the OpenStage WL3 now supports not only wireless telephony, but also messaging and alarming as options.
- the endpoints: OpenStage WL3 and OpenStage WL3 Plus
- the tools: Portable Device Manager (PDM) and Wireless Service Gateway (WSG)
- different chargers and accessories
Communication with SEN platforms is enabled through SIP.
Wireless Service Gateway (WSG)
The WSG is also required if LDAP (for example OpenScape Office Directory Service) access from the OpenStage WL3 telephones and interfaces to the alarming/messaging Server OSCAR are required.
The OpenStage WL3 telephones must log on to the WSG to enable the messaging and alarm functions.
Feature description for handsets in with various systems online: http://wiki.unify.com/index.php/OpenStage_power_supply_and_PoE_classes