Enjoy high capacity and low-latency wireless data transfer over long distances, with our wireless bridge installations.

These are especially beneficial for businesses that operate out of more than one building, where wired connections are either very costly, impractical, or entirely impossible. 

They can also be used for domestic purposes, where extending WiFi coverage simply isn’t possible.

What is a wireless bridge?

A wireless bridge is essentially a network connection between two or more points that are physically separated. This bridge is typically created by using a wireless signal, but it can also be achieved through traditional network cabling.

Network bridge connections can either be in a Point-to-Point, or Multi-Point configuration; to provide you with fast and secure connectivity over long distances.

Typically, we have found that the two most common types of wireless bridges are:

  • PWWB 2.4GHz wireless bridge link
  • PWWB 5GHz wireless bridge link

How do our wireless bridge installations work?

Our qualified engineers are experts in setting up wireless Ethernet bridges. We’ll start off by visiting you for a free, no-obligation consultation, where we’ll discuss your needs and requirements. By taking into consideration the bandwidth you’re looking to transfer, we’ll be able to provide you with a solution.

If you choose to go ahead, we can arrange to carry out the installation at a date and time that’s convenient for you.

Wireless bridge prices

Wireless bridges installations can be quite specific, which is why we are unable to provide you with a quote until we’ve had an initial conversation. However, all of our prices are very competitive – and if you do have a budget you need to stick to, please just let us know.

To book a free consultation, please get in touch with us. Alternatively, you can take a look at the price list for our other services.

Covid-19 Update

With so many of the community spending much more time at home than usual as well and needing to stay well informed, its never been more important than ever for your television, internet and sound systems to work as well as possible.

We are conducting business as usual unless one of our engineers shows any signs of the virus infection and is instructed to go into self isolation for two weeks.

Today we wrote new procedures to help protect our engineers and our customers against the spread of Covid-19. We wished to share them with you so that you can have confidence in our approach during this very strange time.