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Wireless Backhaul

Wireless Backhaul from £800

Connect buildings without cable

The perfect option if you have line-of-sight and you purchase and keep your bandwidth forever. 

Extend your network to a neighbouring property – or connect wirelessly to all buildings in your campus. A professionally designed and installed RF (Radio Frequency) link, backed with our comprehensive support package will keep you connected for years. Available in point-2-point, point2multipoint & mesh designs. 

Our RF experts have installed RF systems in the harshest of environments throughout Europe. Call to speak with a RF expert and free consultation.

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    Free desktop survey
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    Typical speeds of 500Mbps
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    RF specialist engineers
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    Line of sight needed
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    Fantastic value

    FAQs about Wireless Backhaul

    Do I need a license?

    We supply products that work in the 5Ghz band from 5470-5850 MHz which is part of Ofcoms lite licensing regime costing £1 per device, with a minimum charge of £50.

    Do I have exclusive use of the radio spectrum?

    This part of the spectrum is available for all to use, but it is not popular. The frequency is not occupied by general WiFi users – and equipment supply is rare in this niche market.

    Our RF survey will identify other users in the area. Once installed, our equipment can automatically find available spectrum should interference be prevalent.

    What speed can I get?

    The speed will depend on the distance. Speeds up to 1.4Gbps are possible, but our more popular installations are typically around 150Mbps.

    What distance is achievable?

    Some equipment we use have a theoretical distance of up to 300km if using the right antennas. More common are links up to 2km.

    I’ve heard bad weather can effect wireless links?

    With a professionally installed RF link, bad weather will not effect the operation. Nor will birds flying in front of the radio path.

    When planning your link, it is important to consider what “might” appear in the radio path throughout the life of the link. For example; trees grow and will have a negative effect in wet conditions.

    Also consider what buildings may be constructed which could obstruct the radio path.

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