advertisement
Wireless Access Points
A wireless access point serves as a bridge to other wireless clients to a wired ethernet network. Wireless access points support all Wi-Fi wireless communication on a local network. Wireless access points are commonly used in large office buildings to create one large wireless network that spans a large area. For home networking, wireless access point can be used to extend an existing home network based on a wired broadband (Internet) router. Extend your wireless network with a wireless access point today.

Wireless Repeater
A wireless repeater is an electronic device that receives a signal and retransmits it at a higher level and/or higher power, or onto the other side of an obstruction, so that the signal can cover longer distances. So if you live on a few acres of land, travel in a RV, or spend time on a boat, you will need some type of a range extender for your wireless connection. So don’t wait on a lost or weak signal and pick up a wireless repeater today.
Advertisement Bottom
BloomReach Content