Wireless networks

Wireless local networks operate based on the transmission of radio signals on the 2.4.5 GHz and 6 GHz bands in accordance with the IEEE 802.11 family of standards. The key element of a wireless network is the access point. Its task is to convert data transmitted in the form of radio waves into an electrical signal carrying data in the Ethernet standard. Thanks to this, it is possible to connect wireless devices with segments of the local network and the Internet.

The solutions offered by Versim allow you to build both campus, distributed, centralized or decentralized networks managed locally, centrally or from the cloud. A wide range of access point devices intended for installation both indoors and outdoors, with built-in antennas or enabling the connection of external antennas, combined with certification for use in special environments (such as hospitals, stadiums), makes the Partner able to design and implement a wireless network for each client.

Our offer of solutions for WLAN networks is complemented by the support of highly qualified engineers who, thanks to their experience and advanced tools, help Partners in the implementation of projects from the moment of their offer to the implementation and optimization stage.