Wireless infrastructure is the backbone of any wireless network, and this video explores the components of wireless networks and how they work. Wireless infrastructure and mobility management is the technology that enables users to have wireless access to the Internet, corporate networks, and other services. Wireless infrastructure assets are the hardware and software that create and operate a wireless network. They include access points, controllers, and devices to monitor and manage them.
These wireless infrastructure assets allow you to connect to the network through a wireless or wired connection.
Wireless infrastructure assets work by transmitting information from one device to another. It can be a router, an access point, or a base station. Repeaters in wireless infrastructure systems extend the range between antennas and access points by amplifying signals sent between them. Repeaters can also increase capacity by splitting the data stream into smaller streams to run over different frequencies or channels. The second component is the receiver, which receives the data sent by the transmitter and decodes it so users at their endpoints can understand it. A third component is an antenna that helps transmit and receive signals from other devices within range. Lastly, there’s an antenna mount that holds everything together.