How Do I connect
Traditional Wired Network Connection
- Phone or cable lines are dropped behind walls throughout
homes and office buildings.
- These lines are connected to ISP network lines that are
run over street poles or under streets.
- Computers are connected to these networks using phone,
DSL, and Cable modems.
- The cost of implementing wired DSL and Cable network
infrastructure is so expensive that traditional ISPs are
unwilling to provide access to areas that they deem
Home and Public Hotspots
- To free users from the limitations of wired network
connections, businesses and residents have implemented Wi-Fi
access point routers (“Hotspots”) to provide wireless
access in offices, hotels, restaurants, store-fronts,
- These hotspots only provide short range access and they
are limited areas where the access point routers can be
connected to a wired network.
City Cellular Wi-Fi Network
- As opposed to adding access points to a wired network,
the cellular Wi-Fi network allows users to be truly
wireless at home, work, or play.
- Users require Wi-Fi-ready computer equipment and,
depending on their location, may require a Wi-Fi repeater or
- A wireless range extender works as a relay or network
repeater, picking up and reflecting Wi-Fi signals from a
network's base router or access point.
- High gain antennas Increase the range of your City's
cellular Wi-Fi network. Attach these high gain antennas to
your range extender or computer to increase both the
effective strength of the outgoing signals and the reception
sensitivity for incoming signals.