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Wireless Links

Bridging the gap with wireless links

Wide range of wireless link equipments

Wireless Links can be used to expand your network to places where cable just won't reach. They can be used to share a private or public WiFi network over a large outdoors site, or they can be used to share your organisation's private network around the premises and between different buildings, allowing your staff to access the resources they need.

A busy office with lots of computers

Wireless Links are ideal for any business where sharing a network over-the-air, indoors or outdoors, is essential. A Cotel Wireless Link solution will ensure that everyone on-site, employees or customers, will be able to access the network from anywhere in the premises.

Outdoors Wifi

A wireless solution can be perfect for any business.
Industries include; Education, Holiday & Amusement Parks, Hospitals & Care Homes, Security, Sports & Leisure and more.

Different Types of Wireless Links

There are several different types of wireless link equipment. Each one plays a different role in providing a Wide Area Network.

WiFi access point

WiFi Access Points. A WiFi network is the backbone for any modern business, and a good WiFi access point will allow your devices to access the network without any issues. Access points come in several designs - they can sit on a desk, mount to the ceiling or even live outdoors. Different access points are available for differently-scaled networks.

Point to many point wireless link product

PTMP (Point To Multi-Point) wireless links offer coverage over line-of-sight distances up to 2km. They are inexpensive, easy to configure and once set up, they can easily bridge your network from A to B. PTMP wireless links can also be used together to create a partial mesh network. They are a perfect and reliable backbone for a CCTV network when cables aren't an option.

licensed wireless link product

Licensed wireless links offer improved coverage distances and improved signal levels of their license-free counterparts. Licensed links offer exclusivity to a higher band of frequencies than that used in a typical WiFi system. Also known as "fixed wireless backhaul", they are more popular than their license-free counterparts as a result of noise interference in the unlicensed wireless spectrum.

Cellular Boosters

Smart Signal Boosters can be installed anywhere, whether it's a building or a vehicle, to provide enhanced mobile data coverage around the designated site. The prime purpose of the cellular signal booster is to receive the weak reception around your vehicle, office, or home, and make it stronger.

For information on Smart Signal Boosters and the benefits of using them, click here.

Passive Infrared Sensors

PIR (Passive InfraRed) technology allows PIR Sensors to detect when an object is moving, before triggering the devices associated with the sensor. PIR Sensors can be used as part of a number of different solutions – lighting, security alarms and alerts, CCTV, automatic gates, remotely operated switches and appliances, and more.

Different uses of PIR Sensors

PIR Sensors have a wide range of commercial and domestic applications – you can fit new wireless mains switches without cables, remotely control lights and appliances with a keyfob, trigger audible alerts to visitors and more.

PIR Sensors can be used to trigger security lights, alarms and CCTV cameras. When someone walks within range, the PIR Sensors will activate your lights and/or alarm system. CCTV cameras can also be used with PIR Sensors, to start filming the moment they detect movement.

Electronic gates, garage doors and other features can be operated with PIR Sensors. The PIR Sensor will trigger when it detects a vehicle approaching, and this will trigger the electronic gates or doors to open.