Wireless Networks

Since 2005 Wifi has become an integral part of daily life.

WiFi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to a wireless LAN (WLAN) network, mainly using the 2.4 gigahertz (12 cm) UHF and 5 gigahertz (6 cm) SHF ISM radio bands. A WLAN is usually password protected, but may be open, which allows any device within its range to access the resources of the WLAN network..

Our primary aim with wifi  is to make it reliable and fast Using shielded cables and years of experience in making wifi work in remote locations around the country.


Bridges, Access points, Hotels, homes and office applications 

Why shielded cables?

In our experience when people mention the speed of a network we determine what they call speed “responsiveness” .

An access point by design mimics the eight wires of a network cable in mid air. Each access point then is one wire allowing multiple connections to travel upon it.

How those electrons travel across a wire becomes very important when loaded with 15 devices all wishing to pull parts of the connection.

When we look at the performance of wireless networks we look at the possible loads which will be encountered.

The effect of noise

Noise from a non shielded cable has the effect of causing electrons (packets) to bounce around the noise. thus creating a delay in their transport.

Enough delay will cause a backlog of transport requests. If we remove noise from the equation we get a responsive network. A request for a website seems immediate to the the user of the access point . When Loaded the amount of requests bouncing back is less and therefore there is no requirement for additional wireless management systems.

Security and patents

HAving knowledge of the patent involved in wireless network transportation gives us insights into compatibility with devices.

Knowledge is power.

for help with your wireless network, call us.