If you already have an established company network we can help quickly and easily expand it with wireless technologies to accommodate new needs or even temporary needs. In addition to providing you with flexibility and inter-office mobility, the cost of creating a wireless LAN is minimal.

You can extend your current wired network for as little as a few hundred dollars.

As WI-FI continues to be the predominant technology for building general-purpose wireless networks, it’s inevitable that wireless networking represent the future of computer and Internet connectivity.

Here is a basic info on wireless technologies

WIFI networks nowadays use 802.11 networking standards, which come in several flavors/speeds:

  • 802.11a transmits at 5GHz and can move up to 54 megabits of data per second. It also uses orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), a more efficient coding technique that splits that radio signal into several sub-signals before they reach a receiver. This greatly reduces interference.
  • 802.11b is the slowest and least expensive standard. For a while, its cost made it popular, but now it's becoming less common as faster standards become less expensive. 802.11b transmits in the 2.4 GHz frequency band of the radio spectrum. It can handle up to 11 megabits of data per second, and it uses complimentary code keying (CCK) coding.
  • 802.11g transmits at 2.4 GHz like 802.11b, but it's a lot faster. In theory it can handle up to 54 megabits of data per second, while in reality it can reach speeds of about 24 megabits of data per second because of network congestion.
  • 802.11n is the newest standard that becomes widely available, significantly improves speed and range. It's reportedly can achieve speeds as high as 140 megabits per second.