Point to Point
STARCOMM 's Point to Point connectivity infrastructure creates custom networks and connects locations in even the most remote locations.
Point to Point Networks
Point-to-point wireless topology (also called P2P) is the most straightforward network architecture you can set up to connect two locations using a wireless radio link. P2P wireless links can go from a short-range link connecting two locations just a few hundred feet apart to a long-range P2P wireless link that connects two locations tens of miles away from each other. In a P2P-wireless link, distance is affected by each Ethernet radio device’s height, the frequency used, the power level, and environmental interference.
When the line of sight in between building is possible, STARCOMM engineers can design your point to point network using air fiber technology with speeds of up to 20Gbps. We have extensive experience designing and installing this type of network in the most severe weather conditions. Our engineers will help you design a robust P2P or point to multi-point network for your application’s needs.To complete the complexity of this type of design, we can even help you with all the FCC paperwork need it in case you decide to use a licensed commercial frequency instead of a non-licensed frequency.
We also support Microwave solutions that extend into the licensed spectrum space, allowing for improved service quality, and reliability, particularly in dense or highly contended RF spaces. This does require additional FCC licensing, and is subject to available regional, state, and national frequency availability. Microwave antennas typically require the application for a licensed frequency, which sometimes proposes an issue if your application is located in a high populated area with tons of microwaves around. One of the reasons that operators like to use this solution is high reliability compared to air fibers or WiMax connections.
POINT TO POINT CAPABILITIES:
The Speed and Security You Need To Connect Your Most Valuable Assets.
STARCOMM ‘s P2P Networks connect two locations that need to securely send sensitive or confidential data between each location. Its high performance it provides is due to the low latency of the network. For confidentiality purposes, this service doesn’t require the data traffic to be routed over the public internet, which is where many breaches in security can happen.