How to extend Wireless (Wi-Fi) Signal Coverage throughout your Large Home, Office, Clubs, Campus, Hotels or even Wi-Fi for Events at large stadiums.
Wi-Fi is becoming an integral part of any Home Appliance, AC, TV, Lights, Wireless IoT Enabled Devices. Its become a necessary that to have wireless network throughout your home and office. Unfortunately, the typical ISP’s provides a basic All-in-One Modem+Router+Wireless Gateway for your site with basic minimum capacity to meet your requirements which quickly breaks down when faced with the real-world challenges of serving larger, or sprawling, homes or apartments. The good news is that there are several ways to solve this problem, with varying costs and complexities.
Wi-Fi Range Extenders
Bring your home's Wi-Fi dead zones back to life with a wireless range extender. Here's what you need to know about boosting your networks.
A WiFi repeater or extender is used to extend the coverage area of your WiFi network. It works by receiving your existing WiFi signal from existing Wireless Router, amplifying it and then transmitting the boosted signal. With a WiFi repeater you can effectively increase the coverage area of your WiFi network - reaching far corners of your home or office, different floors, or even extend coverage to your Garden.
There are two types of range extenders ie. Desktop and Plug-In. Most Desktop Extenders look just like a typical wireless routers and are normally equipped with external adjustable antennas, multiple LAN ports for connecting to devices like TVs and gaming consoles, and optional USB ports for attaching to peripherals such as storage drives and printers. Plug-in extenders are much smaller than their desktop counterparts and are inserted right into a wall outlet with a single LAN port and lack USB connectivity, making them less versatile but more affordable than desktop extenders.
Mesh-Based Wi-Fi System
If you are considering upgrading your network with all new hardware, it's worth upgrading into a mesh-based Wi-Fi system before you spend money on a traditional router.
These Wi-Fi systems are designed to create a Wi-Fi blanket for your home with wireless coverage and are made up of several networking components, including a main Controller Device (Gateway Router) and a series of satellite Wireless modules, or nodes, that you place throughout your Home / Office.
They are all part of a single wireless network and share the same SSID and password, which means you can roam throughout your house without having to log into an extended network.
We have now products like Ubiquti’s Unifi wired Access Points managed with Unifi Cloud Key. Unifi Access Points come in a range of prices and performance levels, and can be powered over their Ethernet connection (using PoE). Unifi offers a powerful, centralized, management console,
Build a successful Wi-Fi Solution for your Home/ Office with Unifi by Ubiquiti
Ubiquiti also has a complete range of Enterprise Grade Wifi Devices as UniFi. It has a collection of products which all work together to provide commercial-grade, expandable, managed mesh Wi-Fi. We can customize the solution as per your requirements. All home an office are designed and planned differently so we need to plan wireless devices implementation accordingly. Ubiquity products provide high Security, Firewall, Load Balancing feature, Separate Guest Login, Centrally controlled Software to manage all devices from switches, wireless to routers, Cloud Key for device based management which can be accessed from mobile device., Indoor and outdoor wireless devices with extreme speeds.
Kindly watch this video to understand how this system works. Give us a call we have experience to plan and install unifi products.
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