THE MARINE WIRELESS BROADBAND NETWORK
Ims is the total service provider for high speed wireless internet (WiFi) in the marine market. Ims2009 offers a seamless high speed WiFi network with daily, monthly and annual plans. Roam anywhere in our network at one low cost.
IMS WIRELESS LOCATIONS
Ims is the West Coast leader in providing high speed wireless internet to entire marina basins and designing large “Hot Zones”. Our complete market coverage allows boaters the ability to cruise throughout our marketplace and get affordable broadband everywhere.
Ims has assembled a group of network engineers who are trained in design and implementation of wireless network systems. Services include installation and configuration of onboard local area networks, onboard systems, monitoring and a host of other applications
In this section here we will be disucusinng the use of bending technology.
Kerstern Europe is one of the leading manufacturers of industrial equipment, with a specialism in 3D bending and also bending tubes. The main metal they are working in is of course aluminum, which is one of the lightest metals and when is mad as an alloy can be very high strength which makes it suitable for many construction type jobs.
Aluminum bending is a highly complicated process that involve a large amount of equipment which must be purchased by specialist companies. Aluminum it Is critically important in the communications industry because of its light weight, I’m strong properties, It means that I can be used for telecom masks and also for satellites.
Overall material that makes aluminum all starts with bauxite which is a clay like soil found the mostly near the Equator. Usually the substance was found just a few meters below ground wires specialist training to extract it.
Common chemical proccesses
When the is down where the clay separated and washed off Romanian substance aluminum oxide that is extracted from material with an advanced extraction process.
Alumina is made which is then sent through an electrical process to just leave electrical aluminum. You can read the full process here.
The following instructions are for connecting to the internet using any network adapter. Please refer to your adapter’s instructions and software for specific instructions on how to connect to the network.
- Make sure the wireless network adapter is installed and operational.
- Turn on your computer while within the IMS broadcast area. Or with the computer on, activate the adapter.
- With your wireless network adapter manager (software that came with the adapter), locate the IMS signal. You might have to manually add a SSID (network name) to your manager. In most cases, the manager will find wireless signals automatically and add them. The IMS SSID is always “ims”.
NOTE: When using Windows XP, it is not required to use your adapter’s software. In fact, your system may not have any manager software. Windows XP has built in software and drivers to manage the wireless adapter.
- Attach your computer to our signal. This is usually done automatically. Some wireless card managers are fairly automatic and some require a manual operation to “connect” to the IMS access point.
To use the Windows XP manager, right click on the wireless connection icon in the lower right corner in your system tray. One of the menu choices is “View Available Networks”. Click on this and select the IMS network.
NOTE: Windows XP users need to be cautioned. Windows XP will automatically establish a connection to the strongest and most logical signal. In some cases; IMS may not be the primary signal. You will have to tell Windows XP to attach itself to our signal by right clicking on the wireless network icon on your system tray located in the lower right corner.
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT USERS OF THE IMS HIGH POWER CARD DISABLE THE XP WIRELESS UTILITY AND UTILIZE THE UTILITY ON THE CARD.
If you are having problems connecting because your computer wants to DIAL UP to your dial up connection, you will need to tell your computer that you are connecting via a LAN network connection.
We don’t offer any built-in monitoring solutions but if you’d like to get access to parental controls, we recommend you use a cell phone monitoring app that allows you to restrict specific content on your kids’ smartphones and other computing devices. If you are using our broadband, almost all famous parental control apps will work fine as long as your devices are connected using our internet.