Point to point Bridge – Introduction to wireless –
A point to point bridge, is a wireless link, which allows you to transmit data, or internet, from one location, to another in a seamless fashion. Wireless bridging, otherwise known as a “point to point bridge”, operates generally at high speed, with a wireless microwave transmitter on each side of the link.
A wireless point to point bridge, generally requires a fast microwave transmitter/receiver on each side, to transmit digital packets, from one location to another. The point to point link, also requires an antenna on each end, to allow data to transmit from one location to another.
WDS or “Wireless Distribution System” enabled bridge, allow for seamless data transfer, and makes up for error or losses in the digital transmission. All RadioLabs Bridges, contain and transfer data using this protocol, for all point to point systems.
A complete wireless bridge system that can handle the line-of-sight obstructions present in many network applications, RadioLabs is proud to introduce the 900mHz Wireless Bridge System. This wireless bridge system will provide network links through trees, buildings, and other obstructions that would generally completely reflect or absorb the signal in a higher frequency system.
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