Super fast wireless
Super fast wireless
Redbeard IT always delivers fast and reliable WiFi solutions in and around Oxfordshire. If your office requires enterprise deployment with internal and public WiFi configurations, or your home needs effective wireless coverage throughout your house, we can advise and provide a wireless solution to perfectly suit your needs.
As a reputable and independent contractor, we are not tied to a specific manufacturer so you can trust we will only advise on the most cost-effective options based on your requirements. It is in our best practice to assess your current network WAP devices as these can often be expanded on to improve your configuration and achieve your desired results.
An important factor to consider when providing fast coverage is the environment. In older buildings, thick walls will impede WiFi coverage and running cables can be challenging. Ideally, you want your AP to be directly connected to your network rather than relying on wireless repeaters.
Understanding of 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz WiFi, your equipment and best practice for its installation, AP device limitations, and all existing equipment compatibility need to be considered before a WiFi deployment can be successful.
The demands on extra APs to improve your WiFi coverage at home will be lower than in an office or public place. You will need to consider how many users will be connecting at any one time: you do not want the bandwidth to be consumed by public WiFi as some needs to be reserved for private/staff use. Security also needs to be monitored more closely.
Understanding the technical terms used to explain WiFi can be easy but fixing a poor wireless signal is intricate in practice and requires years of knowledge and experience.
Read our article” How to improve my wireless signal” for further insight into some common WiFi issues and how to resolve them.
- AP: Access Point – A device which broadcasts your wireless signal.
- WAP: Wireless Access Point – A device which broadcasts your wireless signal.
- Mbps: Megabits per second.
- MBps: Megabytes per second.
What are the different WiFi standards?
This is an old technology which gives you low speeds of up to 54Mbps.
Wifi 4 – 802.11 N
Newer technology which can support up to 450Mbps. This uses both 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
Wifi 5 – 802.11 AC
The latest technology which supports up to 1300Mbps speeds. It gives a similar range to 802.11 but outputs a higher performance.
Contact us today
Obtaining fast WiFi doesn’t have to be difficult. We provide wireless installations throughout Oxford, Banbury, Abingdon and Witney, so get in touch to ask how we can make your WiFi reliable and fast.