Wireless Ethernet Bridges
Wireless Ethernet Bridges are commonly used to connect wireless network to Ethernet network. A wireless bridge is used in a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications and LANs, which often span across geographical locations. In a typical scenario, a wireless bridge must be installed at both the ends of the LAN to be connected.
At the back-end the Wireless Ethernet Bridges are connected to the LAN switch or router. For the two network segments to communicate, each data packet travels from the local Ethernet/router to the Wireless Ethernet Bridges, which wirelessly broadcasts it to the wireless bridge of the other LAN segment. Besides point-to-point bridging, a wireless bridge can also be connected to more than one wireless bridges simultaneously.