Wireless Networking areas
Arcadia Park, Fort Worth, Coppell in Texas, Bedford, Bedford,
Texas, Rowlett in Texas, Duncanville, Texas, Oak Grove in
Texas, Azle, University Park, Pecan Acres, University Park
in Texas, River Oaks, North Oak Cliff Dallas, Texas, Newark,
Texas, Frisco, Texas, Blue Mound, Texas, Briar, North Richland
Hills, Farmers Branch in Texas, Marshall Creek, TX, Plano
and Oak Grove
Technical Support for
Perry Heights in Oak Lawn, Convention Center District, Merriman
Park North in Lake Highlands, Oak Highlands in Lake Highlands,
Bonton in South Oak Cliff Dallas University Manor, Rolling
Trails in Lake Highlands, and many other brands in Far North
Dallas in Dallas Texas.
We support Intel, Lexmark, Maxtor, Microsoft, Netgear, Seagate,
Averatec, Brother, Canon, Creative Labs, Epson, Fujitsu, Gateway,
Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Dell, HP, Hewlett Packard, NEC, Compaq,
Sony, Toshiba, eMachines, Levono, Cisco, Linksys, D-link,
Western Digital, 3Com, Acer, AMD, ATI, Exchange Server, Windows
Server, Sql Server, Sonic Wall firewall and more.
Dallas Wireless Computer Networking Services
Networking, sometimes known as Wi-Fi, or by the transmission
protocol used of 802.11b, 802.11a or 802.11g, allows you to
connect computers on a network or to the internet without
Networking is a wireless technology like a cell phone. Wireless
enabled computers send and receive data indoors and out; anywhere
within the range of a wireless router or access point. It's
several times faster than the fastest cable modem connection.
A Wi-Fi PC Card or similar device means that you will be able
to connect anywhere there is a publicly accessible Wi-Fi connection.
We provide complete Wireless
Networking solutions for your home or office. To learn more
please Contact Us or call at: (214)
With wireless you can connect whether you are at home, the
office or college campus, as well as airports, hotels, coffee
shops and other public areas equipped with public Wi-Fi access.
Wireless access points can be configured with password protection
so depending on the connection you may need to have prior
authorization before connecting wireless.
There are four wireless-networking standards available
depending on your requirements:
1. Wi-Fi (802.11b), or Wireless
Fidelity which is also known as 802.11b is the corporate choice
and has a suitably wide range for use in big office spaces.
Wi-Fi (802.11b) is currently the most popular and least expensive
wireless LAN specification. It operates in the 2.4GHz radio
spectrum and can transmit data at speeds up to 11Mbps within
a 30m range. It can be affected by interference from mobile
phones and Bluetooth devices which can reduce the transmission
speeds. It is the standard feature of many wireless laptops
including the new Centrino-based models.
2. Wi-Fi (802.11a), has a couple
of advantages over Wi-Fi. It runs at a less-populated frequency
(5.15GHz to 5.35GHz) and is therefore less prone to interference.
Its bandwidth is much higher, at a theoretical peak of 54Mbps.
Even though actual throughput is closer to 22Mbps. Some manufacturers
offer proprietary modes that can push throughput a little
higher. Its main problem is its shorter range: 15m compared
to Wi-Fi's 30m, forcing you to buy more access points to ensure
full coverage. It is also more expensive not compatible with
Wi-Fi (802.11b). There are dual band cards and access points
available from some manufactures that automatically switch
between the two to maintain a connection.
3. Wi-Fi (802.11g) is the latest
standard and promises to be the most popular format in the
furture. It combines the speed the 802.11a with the backward
compatibility of 802.11b. It has the same longer range of
802.11b but in the same way it can be affected by interference.
is a somewhat different wireless standard from Wi-Fi or 802.11a,
offering much more flexibility but on a smaller, 'personal
area network' scale and primarily is being seen as a replacement
for I.R (Infa Red) and wireless connection to Bluetooth enabled
electronic devices. Its actual throughput is only 300Kbps,
and its range around 10m. But unlike Wi-Fi and 802.11a/g,
which require adapters, routers, gateways, access points and
synchronised setup schemes to connect devices, any devices
with a Bluetooth radio and antenna or Bluetooth enabled can
speak to each other with little or no preparation.
If you have any questions about
our Wireless Networking Solutions or Wireless
Services for your home or office please Contact
Us or call at: (214) 685-0886.
We travel all over the greater DFW Metroplex
fixing and maintaining computers 24/7 so you can be assured
we will be there for you when you or your computers need us
Please contact us for more information.
us at (214) 717-5539 or (817) 717-5539.
us your contact information and we will contact you.
support with your details and we will contact you.
a quote and we will send you a written estimate.
Additional Wireless Networking areas we can help
We are specialize with Wireless Routers, Wireless Service,
Wireless Internet, Netgear Wireless Routers, Wireless Networking,
Wireless Network, Wireless Solution, Linksys Wireless, Linksys
Wireless Routers, D Link Wireless Routers, Wireless Home Security
System, Wireless Technology, Wireless Print Server, Wireless
Camera, Linksys Wireless G, Wireless Antenna, Wireless Access
Point, Wireless Internet Access, Wireless Connection and Wireless
We also help with items such as Wireless Broadband, Wireless
Surveillance Camera, Wireless Network Card, Wireless Web Cam,
Wireless Lan, Wireless Home Network, Belkin Wireless, Wireless
Adapter, Wireless Broadband Routers, Wireless Security Camera,
Wireless Security, Wireless Controller, Wireless Data, Wireless
Cable Modem, Wireless Pc Card, Wireless Home Security, Wireless
G Routers, Wireless Pci, Wireless Network Services, Linksys
Wireless G Broadband Routers, Wireless G, Wireless Internet
Card For Laptop, Wireless Pci Card and Linksys Wireless N.