Wireless Networks For Small Businesses

Our Mission is to Deliver the Right I.T. Solutions at the Lowest Possible Total Cost of Ownership for our Clients. 

Wireless networks are IP networks delivered using Radio Frequencies (RF). The use of a wireless network enables enterprises to avoid the costly process of installing cables and promote mobility within the workplace. For older buildings that have historical value in Winchester, wireless network installation is a solid choice to ensure the historical integrity of the building is not compromised. The same holds true for older buildings that may contain asbestos and should not be disturbed.

IEEE 802.11 is the governing commercial standard that ensures multi-vendor interoperability between Wireless Networks, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) governs the power emissions of IEEE 802.11 radios which dictates the range these networks will cover. While the frequencies used with IEEE 802.11 wireless networking are unlicensed bands (e.g. 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz), there are still engineering considerations required when designing and fielding a business class wireless network. We are your Winchester network installation and design experts, with the experience to get the job done.

Wireless networks that use FCC licensed frequencies include your traditional wireless carriers such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile.

The following are examples of business wireless network use cases:

  • Internet-working RFID Sensors

  • Outdoor Mesh Connectivity for Campuses

  • Indoor Computer Networking

  • Back-up Internet Access for Terrestrial Services

  • Outdoor Point-to-Point Extension of Networks

Netmaker Communications can turn-key any wireless network requirement your company may need. We have extensive experience in both large and small IEEE 802.11 network deployments (indoor and outdoor), as well as designing and delivering reliable wireless back-up solutions for offices and retail leveraging the commercial LTE networks belonging to AT&T and Verizon.


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The Promise of 5G…

One may be curious to what 5G will mean to them. Replacing legacy 4G (LTE) technology, 5G offers significant increases in bandwidth between a wireless client and the network. The range is shorter, requiring twice as many towers, but the bandwidth throughput is 20 times faster.

Advantages of Business Class Networks

Highly reliable, managed, and can support several communities of interest (i.e. Sales, Operations, Finance, HR, etc.) on the same physical network but logically separated.

  • Software Applications Sharing

  • Supports Converged Communications
    (voice, video and data)

  • Protects Company Intellectual Property

  • Enables Secure Remote Access via Virtual Private Networking

An Example of a LAN Network: 

A local area network may serve as a few as two or three users (for example, in a small-office network) or several hundred users in a larger office. LAN networking is comprised of cables, switches, routers and other components that let users connect to internal servers, websites and other LANs via wide area networks.

The following are some basic components that make up a Business Class Network:

  • Network Server

  • Ethernet Switches

  • CAT5 or 6 Wiring

  • Router and Firewall

  • Wireless Access Points

Network Servers deliver IP addresses to users of the network, while also supporting Domain Name Services (DNS) that allows web and email addresses to find web and email servers on the network. Network servers also provide a level of security to your network to set user privileges for clients connecting to the network based on roles and responsibilities within the company. Firewalls provide “front door” protection between your network and public internet.

We Engineer, Furnish & Install Business Class Networks Such As:

  • Microsoft Client/Server Architecture

  • Database and ERP Development and Administration

  • Private Cloud/Thin Client Architecture

  • Web Based Solutions

  • Unified Communications Design and Installation
    -Voice, Video and Data Desktop Convergence

  • Local and Wide Area Network Engineering and Deployment

  • Network and Application Security Engineering and Installation

  • Network Management Solutions

  • User/Staff I.T. Training

  • Infrastructure Sustainment Strategies

  • Audio/Visual Briefing Room Solutions

  • Video Teleconferencing Solutions

Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Solutions

We offer expert Radio Frequency (RF) technology engineering for the deployment of business class Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) solutions. To ensure WLAN deployments can offer the same quality of service and security that your wired LAN supports requires careful planning, skilled RF engineering, and reliable wireless technologies. Our experienced engineers and technology partners have what is required to turn-key broadband enabled WLAN solutions for your business campus locations using industry best practices that include completing necessary site surveys and site readiness checklists. Netmaker Communications has partnerships with both Comcast Business and Shentel Internet Service Providers to extend their high-speed Internet connections over Netmaker Communications designed and fielded WLAN solutions.

If your business is in a location currently only served with old twisted pair copper from the telephone company, call us today to see what the possibilities are in Winchester for a network installation and design capable of delivering high-speed Broadband internet access to your location. Our WLAN solutions can support data throughputs up to 1 GB/s depending on distances between antennas.

The following photos are installations we have done to provide WLAN Services: