How It Works
Our construction connectivity solution distributes a high-speed internet connection across the Jobsite via multiple wireless access points.
These wireless access points are powered by a microwave radio that receives a signal from a nearby One Ring Networks base station.
The number of access points required depends on the scope of the project.
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Using point-to-point wireless on a construction site
Point-to-point wireless creates a long-range directional wireless access point. The equipment you need resembles a TV satellite dish. You mount the device to the trailer or a pole on the roof, ensuring it has a direct line of site to the provider’s antenna. If you have a good connection, it can be the equivalent of running fiber optic.
Pro: Faster and more stable than 4G-based options
Pro: Can be used in a construction trailer without telecom facilities and with temporary generator power
Con: Limited accessibility
Con: Buildings and trees will block the signal (clear line of sight to the base station is needed).
Con: Signal can be affected by heavy rain
Connect to the Internet on a construction job site – standard service
Hands down, a standard internet service offers the most reliable connection. But the barriers can be high, especially for new buildings. By the time you establish an address and phone line, the project could be nearing completion.
Pro: Most reliable option
Con: High barriers, especially for new buildings.
Con: Takes time to set up
Our construction solution distributes a high-speed internet connection across the job site via multiple wireless access points. These wireless access points are powered by a microwave radio that receives a signal from a nearby One Ring Networks base station.