Businesses often struggle with ‘dead’ or ‘slow’ spots in the wireless coverage of their premises.
If you have areas where wireless devices can connect to your network, but using the internet is painfully slow, it means the wireless signal is there, but there isn’t enough bandwidth getting through because of walls, etc.
Use wired access points to boost your wireless network more effectively
The solution is to install more wireless access points, not a ‘wireless booster’. Boosters are like amplifiers. They can only amplify what’s already there. If the wireless signal isn’t strong enough in the first place, a booster will cause lag.
Wireless boosters are like daisy chains, whereas a wireless access point is a wired point that’s spurred from the source.
The advantage of the access points we install are, they can be centrally managed, so we can reset passwords if needed. They allow guest access to your internet connection, but not your main network (for security). And they keep the software up to date.
We’ve installed wireless access points for several of our larger clients, including a leisure attraction that wanted to offer its visitors Wi-Fi access throughout their whole site (which is based on a farm).
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