In addition to Wireless access, we offer implimentation
and project management consulting services.
We specialize in short & long range wireless
connectivity allowing for a quality, cost effective foundation
for broadband applications like VOIP and streaming audio/video
On major and minor projects alike, superstring
Interlink has the latest research and a wealth
of experience in areas of Information Technology & Communications.
Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that delivers broadband
capacity over a short-range. It operates within a band of unlicensed
spectrum, very similar to cordless phones. Unlike cordless phones
however, which generally and uniquely pair a base station with
a handset, a Wi-Fi Access Point (base station) can operate with
a volume and variety of manufacturer's Wi-Fi cards (handset equivalent)
which are either built-in or connected to a laptop or handheld
computer. An Access Point creates a Hotspot and can accommodate
multiple simultaneous users.
Glossary of Terms
Access Point - Similar to a cordless phone
base station, this small device converts a traditional wired
DSL connection into wireless DSL connection. Using an antenna,
it broadcasts/receives computer data, creating a HotSpot. It
works with Wi-Fi cards.
HotSpot – Physical area in which an Access Point and Wi-Fi
Card can communicate.
Wi-Fi - Short for “wireless fidelity”, it refers to any
type of 802.11 wireless network.
802.11b - The most popular standard, established by the
IEEE, for wireless networking. It provides speeds up to 11 mbps (200x the
speed of dialup access).
802.11G – Like “b” but can support
higher speeds with longer range, established by the IEEE, for
wireless networking. It provides speeds up to 54 mbps (1000x
the speed of dialup access).
Superstring – Superstring theory
is an attempt to explain all of the particles and fundamental
forces of nature in one theory by modeling them as vibrations
of tiny super symmetric strings.