Keep mobile devices off corporate wireless

I am looking for some ideas on how to keep mobile devices like smartphone and Ipads off of our corporate wireless network.  We restrict access to our wireless using RADIUS authentication which is controlled at the AD account level.  This allows the user to put their notebook on the wireless network, but nothing prevents them from connecting any other devices.  We have approx. 125 wireless users and do not use a centralized controller so MAC filtering might be difficult to manage.  Do some of the Mobile Device Management tools on the market restrict access to wireless?
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chris_martin62Commented:
We had this issue we started using WPA2-Enterprise with AES and for network authentication PEAP computer authentication. Using Server Certificate that we created from our radius server. By doing this it will not allow the device to connect unless it has that certificate. Which we only allow domain computer to connect to our main wireless. Then we set another Vlan for a public wireless that is wide open that goes straight to the internet can not connect to anything on our network we also limit the bandwith that vlan gets we only give it 10% or our internet bandwidth.
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