Increase your Wireless Security and Connection
Installing a private wireless network is a great option if your internet service is slow and you are experiencing increased zoom calls or bandwidth consumption. A private network will not only improve your connection speed but also protect your company’s sensitive information.
Secure a Strong Wireless Connection
There are more people using their phones to work. This means that there are more zoom calls and other online activities that can cause your wireless bandwidth to be stretched thin. A private wireless network is a great option for businesses that are having trouble connecting to the internet or experiencing slow speeds.
Protect your business
A private wireless network is a great option for security if your business needs to store sensitive information.
These private networks are increasingly being used by law firms, hospitals, insurers, and other businesses with sensitive information.
What is a Private Wireless Network?
It’s quick and simple to set up a private wireless network. To boost your signal, our team can come to you and place a donor antenna on your roof.
A private wireless network can help you keep your employees connected, protected and safe. Contact us today if you have questions about how a private wireless network can benefit your business!
What is a wireless network? Wireless networks have both advantages and disadvantages
Copper twisted pair cables were used to connect devices in a LAN. Copper twisted pair cables are used for most LAN connectivity these days.
There is an alternative to copper twisted-pair cables. Wireless networks can be used in place of copper twisted pair cable. Wireless networks transmit data over the air, which is a significant improvement on copper twisted pair cables. Wireless networks can transmit data over the air without expensive copper cabling. Instead of using copper twisted-pair cables, wireless networks use radio waves to communicate. Radio waves are electromagnetic waves that have wavelengths that are longer than the infrared electromagnetic spectrum.
Wireless networks have many advantages
The main advantage of wireless networks is the reduction in copper cabling costs (for small networks).
Wireless networks offer mobility and convenience. Wireless networks allow employees to easily change their desks without the need for additional cabling.
You can increase the number of devices within a wireless network without having to add cabling. To increase the number employees in cabled LAN networks you will need additional copper cabling.
Wireless networks have their disadvantages
Wireless networks transmit data via airwaves, so there is always the possibility of data loss. When wireless networks transmit data over air, there is always a higher chance of data leakage and data modification than copper cabling. Wireless networks require higher levels of encryption.
Wireless LAN networks can be less reliable than cabled ones. Interferences can cause disruptions in communication.
You get less speed
Wireless LAN networks are slower than cabled LAN. You can compare the different IEEE 802.11 wireless standards by visiting this link.
Wireless networks have a lower communication range. You must spend more on repeaters or wireless Access Points to increase Range. This will often result in higher expenditure.