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OpenAir Linux is an elite RF Wireless Network Server giving RF Terminal administration, and consistent availability to different host application situations ...
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OpenAir Linux Unlocking the Doors to Success!

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About OpenAir Linux OpenAir Linux is an elite RF Wireless Network Server giving RF Terminal administration, and consistent availability to different host application situations OpenAir Linux Server - Linux Based Server Model 1802 Model 1802/S1 + Symbol Spectrum One Terminal License Packs accessible in single amount All regular legacy terminal emulators, including VT100, VT220, TN3270, and TN5250

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About OpenAir Linux All significant system media sorts, including Ethernet All real transport conventions, for example, TCP/IP All of the most prevalent 802.11 and upheld 900 MHz remote frameworks Multiple divergent hosts, utilizing your current applications and systems Multiple RF LANs, permitting a solitary controller to bolster various areas, covering such expansive zones as air terminal terminals and circulation focuses Multiple convenient terminal models of Symbol, Telxon, Casio, Citadel, Compsee, Datalogic, Denso, Intermec/Norand, Monarch, Hand Held Products, Intelligent Instrumentation, Fujitsu, and PSC (with all the more being included each day)

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OpenAir Linux Server 2.4 Ghz Spread Spectrum Telnet skilled Host Computer Serial Connection 900 MHz Spread Spectrum RS-232 Serial Host TN3270 Host TCP/IP Ethernet OpenAir Linux Server TCP/IP TN5250 Host OpenAir Linux Server offers simultaneous 802.11 RF, 900 MHz RF, and multi-host/multi-convention network alternatives

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OpenAir Linux Server Features: OpenAir Linux Servers incorporate Pentium-based stages Sub-second reaction time even with substantial terminal tallies up to appraised server limit (barring host/system idleness) High Performance Linux O/S Industry driving Diagnostics and Logging Full Screen Optimization and Compression Hotkey changing between up to 4 separate sessions Host Session Screen Capture and Re-Formatting Scanner Mapping, Decoding, & Editing

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OpenAir Linux Server Features, Cont\'d: Scan Ahead Buffering Audible Alarm Control Session Automation Dialog Scripting Language Keyboard Mapping, and Macros Portable Printer Support for Monarch, Comtec, PS100x, and Zebra Encore Character Display Font control Completely Menu Driven Ease of Use

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OpenAir Linux Server OpenAir Linux Server\'s numerous Administrative connections Dialup modem: Requires association of the RJ-11 repository, situated on the back of the OpenAir Server. Administration port: Requires the serial association of a presentation terminal, tablet, or PC to the male DB-9 connector on the back of the unit marked COM1. Console: Requires association of a video screen to the video connector set apart on the back of the unit, and association of a console to the jack likewise situated on the back of the unit. Telnet: Requires association with the interface situated on the back of the unit. The framework is sent set to a TCP/IP address in the scope of to with a netmask of The center point is not supplied.

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Main Menu The OpenAir Linux Server programming is totally menu driven The Main Menu has configurable choices for in the field adjustments

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Authorization Screen The Authorization Screen in the Utilities Area directs the quantity of clients and choices accessible Connect,Inc. supplied Authorization Codes conform the clients and choices accessible taking into account a calculation of the Machine ID

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Object Editor Utilities Object Editor Utilities, appeared in resulting slides, give the capacity to make custom Object Editor Files that might be incorporated with client characterized arrangement documents Object Editor Files are utilized to mechanize RF Terminal information and preparing for the client\'s host session prerequisites

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Screen Capture Utility The Screen Capture utility takes a "photo" of a host session screen(s) and permits reformatting with the Screen Formatting Utility

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Screen Formatting Utility The Screen Formatting Utility takes into account the capacity to reposition host session screen prompts and in addition utilizing just fundamental prompts and show variable messages to the RF Terminal

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Scan Editing Utility The Scan Editor Utility permits altering of examined info, for example, the disposal of Bar Code information identifiers preceding transmitting the data to the host application

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Keyboard Macro Utility Keyboard Macros allow the assignment of a capacity key to a series of characters for passage of dull data

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Dialog Scripting Utility The Dialog Scripting Language might be utilized to computerize session logons and consequently begin applications

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Wireless View In operation, the Wireless View choice shows Access Points, alongside dynamic RF Terminals

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Log Level Settings Log Levels from 0-9 might be determined to the Access Point Network, or individual RF Terminals

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Log File Viewer Diagnostic Log Files might be utilized to investigate the OpenAir Linux Server or RF Network

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Performance Reports Performance Reports are additionally accessible to show reaction times between the Server/Host, and the Server/RF Terminals

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Host List Setup Screen The Host List Setup Screen is a structure that is utilized for making distinctive designs to be utilized by the RF Terminals The Handler "look through" choice directs the kind of host association with be made with the setup

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Configuration Screen The Configuration Screen is utilized to build up the host association sort and additionally Keyboard, Display, Scanner, and different parameters

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Terminal Selection Screen The Terminal Selection Screen allows the executive to characterize the sorts of terminals that might be utilized with the picked arrangement

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Host Interface Settings The Host Interface Section demonstrates parameters that might be changed in accordance with decide the sort of association that is produced using the OpenAir Linux Server to the host environment

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Host Interface Settings Host Interface Settings include: (Based on the Handler sort picked, settings will fluctuate.) Emulation - Emulation choice for vt100, vt220, or HP700. TN5250 and TN3270 copies will be defaulted for that kind of handler determination. Application - The application system to be conjured by the handler at session startup. Contentions - The contentions to the application. The default worth is clear . This as a rule incorporates the assumed name to an objective host machine characterized in the TCP/IP settings region. Host Type - This parameter is built up in the Host List Setup Screen, however is considered part of the Host Interface Settings. Suitable estimations of this field are VTERM, TN5250, and TN3270.

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Keyboard Settings The Keyboard Sections show parameters that might be acclimated to decide how the RF terminal console performs when associating with the host application

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Keyboard Settings Keyboard Parameter Settings include: End Key – User will end the session with this key Auto Send Key – Field end key sent when field filled Case Conversion - Converts console contribution on the RF terminal to all upper or all lower case, or no change Mode – Block/Field or Character Mode of RF Transmission HotKey - Function key used to switch between dynamic sessions Keyboard Object Editor Files include: Mapping Object - Defines an item document used to characterize console mappings, permitting you to outline on your terminal to a predetermined host key Macro Object - Defines an article record used to characterize console full scale settings. A large scale is an arrangement of key strokes coming about because of squeezing a solitary key.

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Display Settings The Display Sections show parameters that might be changed in accordance with decide how the RF terminal presentation performs when the terminal interfaces with the host application

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Display Settings Display Parameter Settings include: Quadrant Mode Processing - Dictate how the RF Terminal showcase introduces the host session screen to the client Scroll Mode - Defines the looking over strategy utilized (full or half) when utilizing the looking over keys Language - The dialect utilized for terminal mistake informing Display Object Editor Files include: Mapping Object - Defines an item document that permits non-characterized host characters to be shown on the terminal. Discourse Object - Defines an article document script utilized for computerized logons. Formatter Object - Defines an item document that contains reformatted host screens measured to fit on a littler terminal screen.

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Scanner Settings The Scanner Section demonstrates parameters that decide how the RF terminal scanner performs when it communicates with the host application.

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Scanner Settings Scanner Parameter Settings include: Send Key - Scanner end key sent after an output Scan Ahead - The quantity of sweeps that are supported while sitting tight for a host reaction Length Check – Prevents over-filtering of the information field Stripping - Strips trailing spaces and/or underscore characters Scanner Object Editor Files include: Data Mapping - Defines the item record that depicts how examined info might be mapped to control characters. Information Editor - Defines the article document that gives you the capacity to alter examined information in light of a set up scanner tag design. Decoder Control - Defines the article record that empowers or debilitates symbology examining and alternatives.

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Log Level Settings The Log Levels Section demonstrates movable parameters that decide how the RF terminal logging capacities execute as they track information with the host application. Log Level Parameter Settings include: General - General logging level for the handler Display - Logging level for host and terminal presentation Formatter - Level of logging for the screen arranging schedules Dialog - Defines the level of logging for exchange schedules

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Polling/Timers The Polling/Timers Section indicates movable parameters that decide how the RF terminal radio

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