Wireless solutions.

Wireless gives you a cost-effective, convenient, and flexible method for extending your Ethernet network, particularly in difficult environments or over long distances. 

Wireless networking is well suited for a variety of markets and applications including:

  • Enterprise and small networks.
  • Manufacturing and industrial environments.
  • Oil and gas operations.
  • Security and surveillance.
  • Public safety.
  • Government, including defense.
  • Transportation and traffic control.
  • Public utilities.
  • Education, finance, healthcare, retail, and hospitality.

Networking - Wireless-Antennas_PCS
Omni- and directional antennas designed for all types of wireless networks, indoors and outdoors.
Networking - Wireless-Antenna Cables_PC
High-performance, low-loss cables for connecting base stations and antenna runs.
Networking wireless antenna accessories_PCS
Prevent power surges from remote devices from traveling back to your Ethernet network.
Networking Wireless Extenders_PCS
Set up point-to-point or point-to-multipoint networks up to 15 miles apart.
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Wireless Ethernet Standards
The precursor to 802.11b, IEEE 802.11 was introduced in 1997. It was a beginning, but 802.11 only supported speeds up to 2 Mbps.