Home and Business Networking
We run cable, install switches, and boost wifi signals. Outdoor or indoor, we have experience and have you covered.
Unified wireless networks that transfer devices seamlessly from AP to AP. Centralized management.
With experience in the wireless ISP industry, we provide long-range wireless solutions. Building to building or town to town, line-of-sight or non-line-of-sight, ask us whether it is possible and we can run a topographical analysis for you.
Just a couple of things we did.
Two Houses and a Shop
A client had rural internet from a local WISP at a house and a shop building. He built a bigger house and wanted it there, too. We installed a system at the shop building and set up an outdoor point-to-multipoint wireless solution where both his houses were linked to the internet at the shop, so he did not need the internet account at the first house anymore. Then we installed a multi-building wifi solution consisting of six indoor access points: one at the shop, one at the old house, and four at the large new house. After we finished he was finally satisfied, saying that now he had super internet no matter where he was.
Long-range Security Camera System
This client wanted to monitor an elderly family member’s house from his own home, and already had a camera system installed with an ethernet option. It was quite a ways away but had fairly clear line of sight to a pipe in the back yard.
I installed a point-to-point wireless link using dishes—one on his house and one on the pipe. Then I ran a CAT5 cable from each of them to their respective buildings. The one at the family member’s house had to be run a fair distance so I used double-cased cable. No need to run a second cable because the radios were power over ethernet devices. A while later the customer said that it was still working great!
Years of Enterprise-Grade Wireless Experience
Frequently Asked Questions
How far can a wireless point-to-point link go?
Dozens of miles. The factors to consider include obstructions, interference, reflections, radio frequency, and required throughput.
How can I get the internet at my house to my shop?
There are three main options:
- ethernet over powerline
- a traditional ethernet cable run
Each of these have limitations and variations. Contact us for more details.
Can I do a point-to-point link myself?
Yes! Email us with the coordinates of the points you are trying to connect and we will do a free initial analysis for you with equipment recommendations. If you need further consulting then we can do that, as well.
What if I just want a wifi signal booster for my house?
We can do that for you, or feel free to contact us for equipment recommendations if you would rather do it yourself.