Wireless Networks

Over the air data connections

Today almost all end-consumer devices utilise a wireless connection to gain access to the internet. Powerful wireless equipment is more important than ever before as the number of connectible devices increases every day.

As the older 2.4 GHz frequency band becomes quite crowded, a newer standard at 5 GHz with more available channels has been implemented. Though the 5 GHz standard allows more networks to coexist in the same space, its shorter wavelength requires it to have more antennas to reliably cover the same area as 2.4 GHz networks. This is known to the end-user as Mesh Network.

Have a chat with our professionals about your proejct in order to utilise the best available network combination.


Wireless routers comprise the gateway to the internet for 99% of us. Properly configurable equipment will allow you a much finer control over the management of said connection.

Preconfigured routers from your internet service provider are designed to provide single households with maintenance free connections. This also means they come with serious limitations as to not disturb your neighbours network which runs they same factory configured hardware. With these presets the management of hundreds of thousands of broadband customers becomes easy, yet quite often individual requirements to wireless networks surpass out-of-the-box solutions.

With the purchase of a quality wireless router you also gain access to other sensible features not included in standard models, such as Quality of Service rules or multiple SSID broadcast possibilities.

Access Points

Access points let you expand your wireless network under the same name with the same login requirements. Save yourself and your guests the hustle of multiple networks with different passwords and gain the possibility of managing your whole network at once.

Access points are available in numerous configurations for indoor and outdoor applications and can even be powered over the same cable they use to connect to the network. Dual module access points don't even need a cable connection. They pick up your original network and repeat it over their second wifi module.


Most mid-level and enterprise wireless equipment allows you to connect after-market antennas to adjust the radiation patterns. With standard omnidirectional antennas the optimal placement for wireless routers and access points would be the installations centre point. This is not always possible and would waste a lot of power for signal distribution into unused areas.

Several different antenna types allow you to adjust the radiation patterns to cover your property with maximum efficiency and minimal interference to neighbouring networks.


Point-to-Point Bridges

Though wireless bridges require line of sight they are able to cover incredible distances of 10 kilometres or more. This method is especially advantageous in rural or impassable areas where large amounts of data need to be conveyed.

Supported Wireless Equipment Manufacturers

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