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Access Point

An Access Point (AP) is a device that allows wired communication devices to connect to a wireless network using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or related standards. The WAP usually connects to a router, and can relay data between the wireless devices, such as computers or printers and wired devices on the network.


An antenna gives the wireless system three fundamental properties-gain, direction, and polarization. Gain is a measure of increase in power. Direction is the shape of the transmission pattern. A good analogy for an antenna is the reflector in a flashlight. The reflector concentrates and intensifies the light beam in a particular direction similar to what a parabolic dish antenna would to a RF source in a radio system.

Wireless Bridges

A wireless bridge is a hardware component used to connect two or more network segments (LANs or parts of a LAN) which are physically and logically (by protocol) separated. Wireless bridge devices work in pairs (point-to-point), one on each side of the bridge. However, there can be many simultaneous bridges using one central device (point to multipoint).

Wireless Site Survey

Site Surveys, planning and design are becoming recognised as an essential process when proceeding with Wireless Networks within organisations. The survey will usually involve a site visit to run tests to determine the presence of RF interference to determine the optimum configuration and installation location of Wireless Access Points and also the type and position of Antenna. We also analyse building floor plans with your indicated covergae zones and requirements.

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