Wireless Network System | How Does WiFi Work
Wireless connectivity is fast becoming the preferred method of internet connectivity on a global scale. Some would even go as far as to say that it deserves its very own step below physiological needs on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs 2.0 or that they would rather be without coffee than without Wi-Fi for a week.
Whether it is to be connected to the internet anywhere you are in a building via your phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer (via use of wireless access card) as you do business or to catch up on the happenings of social media, Wi-Fi has you covered.
How does Wi-Fi work?
Wi-Fi makes use of radio waves to transmit information across a network. On an office IT infrastructure mostly made up out of wired connectivity, a wireless router needs to be installed which decodes the information before sending it to the Internet via a wired Ethernet connection, and as the wireless network works with two-way traffic, the data received from the internet is then decoded and sent out through radio waves that get picked up via your laptop, mobile phone, or tablet’s wireless connection or the wireless adapter on your desktop computer.
What is a Hotspot?
A Hotspot is used to define the area where Wi-Fi is accessible. It can either be in a closed network such as at the office, at home or in an open network like the ones found in public areas such as restaurants.
Why choose Wi-Fi for your office?
Not many companies are able to continually change their networking infrastructure as this can become quite costly. For this reason, we suggest having a Wi-Fi network that will allow your network to expand and grow at the same rate your company does.
Your Wi-Fi solution
ONEEIGHTY Networks provide wireless network systems to suit the infrastructure of your business in order for your business to improve communication and responsiveness by encouraging the use of mobile devices, tablets, and laptops throughout the office.
Contact ONEEIGHTY Networks today for a complete Wi-Fi solution in the aim of modernising your business.