Wireless networks are present in almost every home and workplace. They offer convenient and flexible connectivity for all manner of devices.
Wireless access points or WAP’s are devices that allow for mobile devices to wirelessly access a dedicated wired network or router. The most common use for WAP’s is for devices such as mobile phones, tablets and laptops to connect to the local hardwired network or internet to maintain the full use of the desired device. WAP’s can also be configured with added security network features such as the ability to set passwords onto devices to only allow trusted devices onto the secure network.
Dedicated point to point (PtP) wireless bridges can be used to provide secure connectivity between locations where physical cabling is impractical. PtP wireless bridges can be used to connectivity for all manner of applications from a single CCTV camera to a remote office servicing multiple users.
With a correctly setup wireless network, the end results greatly increases the capabilities and coverage of your network with flexible device options and uses and the added boost of getting the most out of your highly secure network.