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  1. Global Cache WF2IR iTach Wi-Fi to IR Network Adapter

    Global Cache WF2IR iTach Wi-Fi to IR Network Adapter

    The Global Caché iTach Wi-Fi to IR allows you to wirelessly connect, monitor and control infrared devices over a network and the Internet. The iTach Wi-Fi devices provide a new level of automation and control flexibility, enabling device networking without wiring. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): WF2IR

    $119.99

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  2. Ubiquiti NanoStation loco 802.11a 13dbi CPE USA (NS5L-US)

    Ubiquiti NanoStation loco 802.11a Wireless 13dbi CPE US ver. (NS5L-US)

    NanoStation Loco ships standard with the powerful and intuitive AirOS by Ubiquiti Networks. It has been proven in extreme temperature and weather conditions. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): NS5L-US

    $69.00

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  3. Ubiquiti 802.11a/b/g/n 2 MMCX Cardbus (SR71C)

    Ubiquiti 802.11a/b/g/n MIMO Cardbus w/ Antenna Connectors (SR71C)

    World's First Hi-Power 11n PCMCIA/Cardbus Radio. The Next-Generation of Power and Speed for Outdoor Applications. Link Multi-km Distances at 100Mbps+ TCP/IP DataRates. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): SR71C

    $139.00

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  4. Ubiquiti 5GHz 1 eth, 802.11a poe 180MHz AP CPE (WS5)

    Ubiquiti 5GHz 1 Ethernet, 802.11a poe 180MHz Access Point CPE (WS5)

    Introducing WispStation, a Long-Range 5GHz Station designed specifically for the WISP OEM Market. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): WS5

    $44.00

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  5. Global Cache Home Network Adapter, 6-Inch (GC-100-06)

    Global Cache Home Network Adapter, 6-Inch (GC-100-06)

    Looking for a way to access and manage common household devices via network-based software and an Ethernet network? This Home Network Adapter is exactly what you need! It can control IR and Serial Devices. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): GC-100-06

    $145.99

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  6. Ubiquiti UniFi AP Pro, GigE, 802.3af, Dual Radio (UAP-Pro-US)

    Ubiquiti UniFi Access Point Pro GigE 802.3af Dual Radio (UAP-Pro-US)

    UAP-PRO: 802.11n dual-band MIMO, 750+Mbps speeds, 400ft range. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): UAP-Pro-US

    $229.00

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  7. Ubiquiti mFi, mPort (mPort)

    Ubiquiti mFi mPort IP Gateway Device for mFi Networks with built-in WiFi and Ethernet (mPort)

    The mPort supports up to 3 sensors that can be easily attached through standard Cat5 Ethernet cable and features built-in WiFi and Ethernet to attach the sensors to the IP network. Once connected, the mFi controller software enables complete control over all connected sensors. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): mPort

    $79.00

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  8. Ubiquiti 900Mhz w/ Filter radio 802.11g 28dBm (XR9)

    Ubiquiti XtremeRange 900MHz w/Embedded Filter radio 802.11g 28dBm XR9

    Introducing the first carrier class modular radio for the 900MHz unlicensed band. The XR9 utilizes an advanced noise immunity radio architecture developed by Ubiquiti RF engineers through their customer interactions and field testing over the past two years. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): XR9

    $129.00

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  9. Ubiquiti Radome, 2' RocketDish (RAD-2RD)

    Ubiquiti Radome for 2 ft RocketDish Protect Antenna Cover (RAD-2RD)

    RocketDish is a Carrier Class Dish Antenna that was designed to seamlessly integrate with Rocket M radios (sold separately). Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): RAD-2RD

    $69.00

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  10. Ubiquiti UniFi AP Outdoor+ with Multi-Lane RF technology & 600ft range

    Ubiquiti UniFi AP Outdoor+ with Multi-Lane RF technology & 600ft range

    Take UniFi outdoors and link farther than the standard UAP with the UAP-Outdoor+. The UAP-Outdoor+ includes two external antennas and a secondary Ethernet port for bridging. It supports 802.11n MIMO, with speeds of up to 300 Mbps and a range of up to 183 m (600 ft). Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): Outdoor+

    $189.00

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  11. Ubiquiti Bullet 5 GHz Titanium With POE USA Ver (BulletM5TI-US)

    Ubiquiti Bullet 5 GHz Titanium With POE USA version (BulletM5TI-US)

    The BulletM Titanium features an RF shielded enclosure and a watertight Ethernet connector. It can instantly transform any antenna into a carrier-class radio system. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): BulletM5TI-US

    $115.00

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  12. Ubiquiti 3.5GHz PowerBridge MIMO, AIRMAX (PBM-3)

    Ubiquiti 3.5GHz PowerBridge MIMO AIRMAX 25 dBi dual pol antenna PBM-3

    3.5GHz PowerBridge MIMO, AIRMAX. Featuring a leading edge hi-gain MIMO panel antenna array in a robust and compact design, the PowerBridge M series provide 150+Mbps of real outdoor throughput and up to 20km+ range. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): PBM-3

    $379.00

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  13. Ubiquiti 11n MIMO, 802.11a/n, 802.11b/g/n (SR71E)

    Ubiquiti 11n MIMO PC-Express Card 802.11a/b/g/n 400mW WiFi Radio SR71E

    Extended Range and 300Mbps Wireless Speeds The SR71-E is the perfect upgrade to super-charge any laptop or embedded system with long-range 11n MIMO wireless performance. Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): SR71E

    $69.00

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  14. Juiced Systems 4-in-1 Adapter Connection Kit for Samsung Galaxy Tablet

    Juiced Systems 4-in-1 Adapter Connection Kit for Samsung Galaxy Tablet

    USB Host Reads Hard Disks, Digital Cameras & Keyboards, Micro USB Sync with PC and Charge Tablet, SD Card Slot Reads SD Memory Cards, Micro SD Slot Reads Micro SD cards, Will Charge your tablet via Laptop USB Learn More

    Model Number (MPN): GT4-01

    $25.00

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In today’s world, ‘connecting’ has taken on an entirely new meaning. With Quantum’s supply of data and networking devices, you can stay connected to your family or business with cutting-edge systems that direct Internet traffic and give your network the protection it needs. Home-based routers such as the Cradlepoint MBR95 Wireless N Home Router can connect your desktop, laptop, printer and PDAs to a single 3G/4G-based network for easy, affordable Internet access. Business Class Routers provide connectivity on a larger scale, whether inside enterprises, between enterprises and the Internet, and even inside Internet Service Providers (ISP). For wireless interconnectivity on the go, try mobile hotspots such as the MiFi 2200 Mobile Hotspot from Novatel. No matter where you are, the data and networking systems offered on Quantum allow you ideal Internet connectivity minus the hassle or security concerns.

A great majority of homes and offices rely on a router to simplify the way they manage their information. Whereas peer-to-peer networks focus on the connection between two devices, a wireless network links many devices on a single network. This enables all computers on the network to share resources and an Internet connection.

To create this network, the router must first be configured. This is a simple process and once done, will make your life much easier. Configuring the router mainly consists of choosing a name and security setting for the network. To setup a router on a PC, the process can be started by clicking on the “connect to network” options. On a Mac, click on the Wi-Fi menu and then click on the network that corresponds to your new wireless router. Once your Wi-Fi router is setup in your home or office, you can begin surfing the web and sharing files and documents with others on your wireless network.

There are numerous reasons why it is advantageous for a user to create a peer-to-peer connection. Although the term peer-to-peer may sound daunting, creating a peer-to-peer network is actually very simple. A peer-to-peer network is just two devices that share resources such as files, printers, or the Internet. This connection can be formed using wireless technologies, but Bluetooth or Wi-Fi routers are among the most common approaches.

To pair a device using Bluetooth, first make sure that the device is on discoverable. From there, use the other device to find the first device and initiate a connection (a code may be needed depending on the type of Bluetooth you are using). Once the connection is bridged, you are now able to share information over Bluetooth technology.

Using a Wi-Fi connection to create a peer-to-peer network is a little more complicated, though it is by no means difficult. A peer-to-peer connection over a wireless network is referred to as an Ad-Hoc network. Ad-Hoc networks are sometimes preferred to Bluetooth peer-to-peer networks because they offer heightened security and higher speeds. For more information on how to set up your Ad-Hoc network, please consult with customer service experts at 1.877.259.4629.

Home or business owners who are looking to set up their network have numerous choices when they create a Wi-Fi network. One of the first decisions to make is to decide what protocol you want your communication to run on. All wireless networking communication is structured on a standard protocol technology called the the 802 standard. 802.11 is the standard for installing a local area network that operates on either a 2.4 GHz frequency band or a 5.0 GHz frequency band. There have been six different versions of the 802.11 standard: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n, 802.11ac, and 802.11ad.

With each new version of the 802.11 standard, advancements in speed and the bandwidth were introduced. 802.11n improved upon the previous 802.11g by utilizing multiple wireless signals which gives the user better bandwidth. Also, whereas the older 802.11 standards operated on both the the 2.4 Ghz and 5.0 Ghz spectrum, the 802.11n operates solely on the 2.4 Ghz spectrum. As a rule of thumb, newer 802.11 protocols will work on older hardware, however, older hardware is not generally designed to work with the new protocols.