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From sending and receiving emails, to file sharing, to ordering and research- high speed internet can help employees complete important tasks in less time. This is especially important for larger companies.

Whereas a wired network uses cables to connect your devices to the Internet and other networks, a wireless network uses radio waves to accomplish the same tasks. Businesses can benefit greatly from the convenience a wireless network offers.

Having a good network is important, but having it to yourself- and keeping it safe from thieves and hackers- is important too. What can you do to improve the safety and security of your RF network? Here are some simple tips that can go a long ways in helping you stay protected.

Getting a wireless site survey may seem like an unnecessary venture for some businesses. However, it's more important than most people think. Installing a professional wireless local area network is nothing like installing a wireless router at home. A WLAN for your office is much more complex...

RF interference is caused by a number of different factors, some of which are rather technical. All of them can be avoided, however, but it takes a trained wireless networking engineer to be able to see exactly how they interact in your specific location. The most common types of interference...

How do access points relate to wireless routers, modems, local area networks, your computer, and you? Access points are common pieces of technology, but they're not referred to specifically very often, leaving many people confused about what exactly is referred to when talking about one...

The benefits of a full and comprehensive wireless site survey are clear, and BCI is the best company to provide it for you. So now you may be asking yourself, "what's the price of a wireless site survey?" Pricing depends on various factors as well as travel arrangements...

Instead of having separate expensive wireless networks for different buildings, you can combine them into one through wireless point to point networking. Even if your buildings are five miles apart, we can still link your networks, which has many advantages over keeping them sequestered...

In all kinds of wireless communication, there is a transmitted signal that is meant to be sent, but there is also various background noise. Some of the noise comes from the broadcasting machine itself, while other parts come from interference. When the noise overpowers the correct signal, the message is lost...

NEMA enclosures come with most electronic devices, but you may not be aware that there's a formal term for them. A NEMA enclosure is simply the case that surrounds the live parts of a device. Your computer case is an example, as is the case of your monitor, speakers, phone, etc...

802.11 is the original standard protocol for wireless network transmissions. You likely know it by its popular name, WiFi. This was created in 1997 by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The subgroup of the IEEE that formed this protocol was called 802.11, which is where the protocol itself gets its name...

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