If your business is on a campus with other buildings that need to use your wireless connection or you work over such a large area that it isn’t practical to run cable throughout to speed data transfer, wireless point to point bridges are a perfect solution.
Wireless point to point bridges are an invaluable tool for connecting multiple buildings with seamless voice, video and data transfer. Depending on the wireless point to point bridge model you choose, you could share data without cabling within a radius up to five miles. Wireless point to point bridges work by mounting the included antennas, attaching them to Ethernet cables and placing them in a straight line across from each other. They do not need to be close to each other, as long as there is a line of sight between the two.
Wireless point to point bridges are straightforward to set up and can solve the problem of sharing an internet connection where you cannot otherwise have a traditional broadband connection. They also allow for easier sharing between devices and can achieve the exact same speeds as those inside of your facility, even from a great distance away. Data transfers and file sharing are quick and seamless, and you won’t find yourself wasting time while files load when you are further away from the router. Wireless point to point bridges are an incredible solution for many business owners.
It’s Easier Than You Think
While wireless point to point bridges sound complicated to business owners who aren’t very tech-savvy, they are very easy to set up and use. The antennas are very forgiving, so if the point to point connection isn’t completely exact, they will still connect and provide you with a robust wireless connection. If you don’t have anywhere on ground-level where you can establish a line of sight, they can be mounted higher for a connection without noise.
Partner with Teltek
Teltek can have your wireless point to point bridge up and running quickly and easily. If you are ready to transform the connections on your business campus, contact us today.