Are you looking to establish a wireless point-to-point link for your business, school, or organization? If you need a reliable, high-performance connection for VoIP and video traffic, then GNS Wireless has the solution for you.
GNS Wireless specializes in designing and implementing wireless networks for businesses and organizations across various industries. With over 15 years of experience, we have the expertise and knowledge to provide you with a customized wireless solution that meets your specific needs and requirements.
When it comes to setting up a point-to-point wireless link for VoIP and video traffic, we can help you by:
Conducting a Site Survey: We will conduct a site survey to evaluate the best placement of the antennas and determine the potential obstacles that may impact the signal quality.
Choosing the Right Equipment: We will recommend the appropriate wireless equipment based on your specific requirements, such as distance, bandwidth, and interference level.
Designing the Network: We will design a network that ensures optimal performance and meets your VoIP and video traffic requirements.
Installation and Configuration: Our team of experts will install and configure the equipment to ensure that the wireless link is up and running as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Ongoing Support: We offer ongoing support to ensure that your wireless network is always functioning at its optimal level.
At GNS Wireless, we understand that VoIP and video traffic require high-quality, low-latency connections. That is why we only use the best wireless equipment from top manufacturers, such as Cambium Networks, Ubiquiti Networks, and more, to ensure that your network is always reliable and stable.
In conclusion, if you need a wireless point-to-point link for VoIP and video traffic, GNS Wireless has the expertise and knowledge to design, install, and support a network that meets your specific requirements. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve a reliable, high-performance wireless network for your business or organization.
When using VoIP for point-to-point communication, the required throughput depends on the specific requirements of the application, such as the number of concurrent calls, the quality of service required, and the type of codec used for encoding and decoding the voice signals.
Generally, a single VoIP call requires a minimum of 80 Kbps (kilobits per second) of bandwidth for both upload and download. Therefore, if you plan to have two concurrent calls, you will need a minimum of 160 Kbps of throughput.
However, it’s important to note that this is only the minimum required bandwidth and does not account for any other network traffic or overhead. To ensure high-quality VoIP communication, it’s recommended to have additional bandwidth available, such as at least 256 Kbps or more per call.
Additionally, to prevent issues such as latency, jitter, and packet loss that can affect the quality of VoIP communication, it’s recommended to use a dedicated network connection or prioritize VoIP traffic over other network traffic using Quality of Service (QoS) techniques.
The best frequency to use for low-latency point-to-point wireless depends on various factors such as distance, interference, and the required bandwidth.
In general, lower frequencies such as 2.4 GHz have greater range but may be more susceptible to interference, while higher frequencies such as 5 GHz provide higher bandwidth but may have shorter range.
For low-latency point-to-point wireless links, it’s recommended to use frequencies above 5 GHz, such as 24 GHz, 60 GHz, or even 80 GHz. These frequencies offer high bandwidth and low latency, making them ideal for applications such as video streaming, VoIP, and gaming.
Additionally, it’s important to consider the frequency availability in your region, as some frequencies may be restricted or require licensing. It’s always best to consult with a professional wireless network designer to determine the best frequency for your specific requirements and to ensure compliance with local regulations.