WAP

WIRELESS ACCESS POINT

In computer networking, a wireless access point (WAP) is a device that allows a wired network to connect to other Wi-Fi devices. Nowadays, small offices with limited users have Wi-Fi routers and range extenders. Whereas, large office spaces with heavy traffic are more likely to have Wi-Fi access points. Wibon offers many WAP devices along with TP-Link Wi-Fi Access Points at affordable and friendly prices. A wireless access point is differentiated from a hotspot which acts as a physical location where Wi-Fi access is available.

Advantages of Wireless Access Points

  • When an organization has both guests and employees connecting with laptops, desktops, tablets, and mobile phones, the devices on a wireless network often adds up quickly. Access points give you the freedom to scale the number of devices that can be supported on your network.
  • Business-grade Wi-Fi access points can be installed anywhere you can run an Ethernet cable. Moreover, newer models are also compatible with technologies like Power over Ethernet Plus, or PoE+ which is a combination power cord and Ethernet).
  • Nowadays, a variety of indoor access points and outdoor access points are available in the market. Most of them have a Clustering feature that allows IT administrators to configure, deploy, view, and secure a Wi-Fi network as a single entity instead of a series of separate access point configurations.
  • Wireless Access Points make data communication flexible and hassle-free. Its additional features include Access Control List (ACL) support and Captive Portal. This allows limiting guest access without compromising the security of the network.

To help increase the number of antennas on a wireless router, MU-MIMO technology was created. This improves the capacity for wireless connections in the antennas at both receiving and transmitting end. MU-MIMO stands for multi-user, multiple inputs, multiple outputs. This equipment was created to support environments where multiple users try to access a single wireless network at the same time. The Single-band access points available today have lower maximum speeds than their multi-band alternatives. However, Dual-Band possesses twice the bandwidth of single-band routers.

UNIMAX - Wireless access point

Our UniMax access point is designed for managing WiFi hotspot. We provide UniMax access points for hotels, hospitals, shopping malls, cafes, restaurants and small offices etc. UniMax access points provides best features for your organization

Indoor Access Point

  • Single Band Indoor Access Point
  • Dual Band Indoor Access Point
  • Dual Band, MU-MIMO Indoor Acesss point
  • Dual Band In-Wall Access Point

Outdoor Access Point

  • Single Band Outdoor Access Point
  • Dual Band Outdoor Access Point
  • Dual Band, Rugged Outdoor Access Point
  • Point with External Antennas