An ideal solution for small or large business networks or those working from home, wireless access points (APs or WAPs) transmit and receive wireless local area network radio signals. These compact dedicated pieces of hardware make wi-fi connections quick and easy to access through a built-in network adapter, antenna and radio transmitter.
Depending on range and specification, one wireless access point can serve up to 255 people but this can extend to thousands when you connect more than a wireless access point to another. Whether you require power over Ethernet access points or need a dual-band wireless access points for high-speed quality video downloads, Ewave360 has a wide range to choose from including devices where power outlets are unavailable or where signally is limited.
The Difference Between Bridges and Access Points
An access point connects to your home network with an Ethernet cable and creates a new sphere of wireless coverage, letting you add wireless devices to your home network. Access points can either be used to add wireless capabilities to a non-wireless router or improve the speed and range of an existing wireless network. When devices connect to your access point’s SSID, they join your preexisting wired LAN.
A bridge, in contrast, connects separate networks —your preexisting wireless home network to all of the devices connected to the bridge.