Improving Wireless Signal In Mid-South Buildings
State Systems’ team of experts is seasoned in implementing and installing wireless connectivity solutions best suited to your organization’s needs. With more products being developed every day, wireless networking has become a viable and economical solution for most companies today.
If you’re located in Tennessee, Arkansas or Mississippi, our team has experience in survey, design, installation, maintenance and optimization of wireless networks. We are ready to provide a wireless experience in multiple environments including radio frequency, microwave and infrared connectivity.
Call us now or contact us online to request a quote for a wireless connectivity solution from State Systems, Inc.
Radio Frequency Wireless Connectivity
Wireless connectivity by radio frequency is one of the simplest, yet most effective forms of wireless technology. This common medium uses radio waves to transmit data signals to the desired destination through network devices such as hubs, servers and bridges (routers), eliminating cables or lines.
You can trust State Systems’ technicians to provide expert knowledge of all components of radio frequency networking, including transmitters, receivers and antennas, along with items to protect the equipment.
Microwave Wireless Connectivity
Often, larger organizations desire a different type of wireless connectivity using microwaves that exist below infrared and above normal radio frequencies. This form of wireless connectivity maintains its chief advantage of being extremely resistant to network interference.
Let State Systems’ experts navigate the FCC licensing and implementation required to set up a powerful microwave technology infrastructure for your organization. In most cases, radio and microwave equipment will offer the most effective form of wireless communications.
Infrared (Free Space Optic) Wireless Connectivity
Technology using the infrared spectrum is also becoming more common. Wireless receivers, transmitters and network bridges (routers) use infrared frequencies to transmit data, and infrared ports are very useful when a large number of wireless devices to transmit signals throughout the network. This includes laser technology used for data communication, resulting in high-speed connectivity.
State Systems’ experts can evaluate and recommend whether an infrared communications solution is right for your organization.
Schedule a Wireless Site Survey
The foundation for building an effective wireless communications solution is having the right information to do the job. State Systems’ technicians have the tools, equipment and experience to provide wireless site surveys and produce a network design based on the findings.
During a wireless site survey, our professionals will analyze all aspects including resources, frequency management and client technology equipment to create the most effective blueprint for your wireless solution. By utilizing State Systems’ experience, you will ensure options for your organization’s future expansion in the technology arena.
We install wireless connectivity solutions in these cities and the surrounding areas:
Arkansas (AR): Blytheville, Conway, El Dorado, Fayetteville, Forrest City, Helena-West Helena, Hot Springs, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Marion, Paragould, Pine Bluff, Searcy, Texarkana, West Memphis and Wynne
Mississippi (MS): Batesville, Clarksdale, Cleveland, DeSoto County, Greenville, Greenwood, Grenada, Hernando, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Oxford, Senatobia, Southaven, Tunica and Tupelo
Tennessee (TN): Arlington, Bartlett, Collierville, Dyersburg, Fayette County, Germantown, Jackson, Lakeland, Martin, Memphis, Millington, Tipton County and Union City
“State Systems’ expertise has saved us thousands of dollars on the front end of a project and has ensured the satisfaction of our customers upon completion.” – Brian Haines, Senior Vice President for Pyramid Electric, Inc.
They took care of everything and left me feeling confident that the situation was handled in a responsive manner. No issues have been reported to…Erina Von Horn Read More