Wireless access points (AP’s or WAP’s) are networking devices that allow WI-FI devices to connect to a wired network. They form wireless local-area networks (WLANs).
Am access point acts as a central transmitter and receiver of wireless radio signals. Mainstream wireless AP’s support Wi-Fi and are used in homes, public internet hotspots, and business networks to accomodate wireless mobile devices. The access point can be incorporated into a wired router or a stand-alone router. Ask MONItech Security to help with your wireless needs and project planning.