Point to Point wireless links can connect multiple commercial buildings, farm buildings, or even allow for neighbours share an internet feed between two houses.
Wireless bridges act as a network cable would, connecting buildings at distances miles apart and allowing them to share a private or public network.
If your locations have clear line of sight between them you can get an affordable wireless link between them at prices far less than trenching or running arial cable.
Point to Point Wireless Connection
Riley Security installs point to point (PtP) and point to multi-point (PtMP) wireless in the Stratford and surrounding area. If a network connection is required to connect multiple locations that are not connectable by physical cabling (such as a span of 300′ or more), a wireless bridge (point to point link) can be used. Wireless bridges act as a network cable would, connecting buildings at short distances, or distances up to 40km and allowing them to share a private or public network. Point to point links can connect multiple commercial buildings, farm buildings, or even allow for neighbours share an internet feed between two houses.
Point to Point Applications
Create a dedicated network link between buildings that are across the parking lot or miles apart without the cost of installing private connections. Riley Security can install state of the art directional antennas to connect your buildings.
- Outdoor Broadband Wireless / WiFi
- Point to Point Wireless
- Point to Multi-Point Wireless
- Wireless VOIP
- Wireless Security Cameras
Ubiquiti is one of Riley Security’s preferred manufacturers for the installation of wireless, surveillance and network products. Riley Security is a certified Ubiquiti installer, following training provided by the manufacturer, demonstrating expertise in the use and installation of Ubiquiti products.
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