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The Best Point to Point Wireless Bridge

Oct 11, 2018

The Best Point to Point Wireless Bridge

If you have a wireless network in a building and need another one in another building close by, you could either set up a completely new WiFi network in the second building, or use our long range P2P wireless bridging kit to simply extend the existing WiFi network to also cover the second building.

Using this option is quick and easy to deploy, and will also cost you less than starting from scratch. This true plug and play system is affordable and comes with integrated radios within its antennas that are pre-configured or pre-paired.

The Long Range P2P Wireless Ethernet Bridge provides powerful wireless connectivity that will allow cellular devices to connect automatically, including phones, cameras, tablets and laptops. It replaces cabling in delivering point-to-point links, both for long and short ranges. Two durable 16 dB flat panel antennas are included in the kit and these will not easily be damaged by impacts. They are sleek and about the size of a palm, though slightly longer. They provide optimal network deployment by connecting wirelessly.

Networking cable such as RJ45 Cat6a shielded Ethernet cable can be plugged into a port provided on each antenna. The kit also includes industrial grade clamps for mounting each of the two antennas on a suitable pole. With the antennas facing each other after installation, the included mount allows the antennas to be tilted. This, together with indicator lights on the back of the antennas allows them to be aligned correctly to ensure a good point to point bridge connection.


Benefits of the Long Range P2P Broadband WiFi Bridge include:

  • Delivers long and short range point to point links.
  • This unit is waterproof and dustproof, allowing it to perform flawlessly even in harshest of exterior environments during bad weather and storms.
  • The secure guest network feature improves customer experiences.
  • A wide range of outdoor applications is supported.


  • Supports a range of up to 10 miles of between two pre-configured radio units on the 5 GHz frequency.
  • Achieves up to 200 Mbps throughput speed.
  • Flexible channel width with 5, 10, 20, 40 MHz channels. C058900B072A | 646444255103
  • AES128 data encryption and RADIUS-based authentication provides top notch wireless data security.
  • Output Power: 1 Watt.

This WiFi signal booster, amplifier, repeater and extender kit is based on ePMP technology and contains all components required for DIY installation. Professional installation by professional wifi antenna installers is however available, if required. This might be the preferred option, especially if this Wi-Fi P2P system needs to be installed outdoors. With its incredible Wi-Fi coverage expansion range, this unit has been designed to be used outdoors, but technically, it can be used to boost Wi-Fi signals indoors.

This Wi-Fi Point to Point Bridge Link Connection Extender Kit solution can used for various applications, including:

  • Extending a Wi-Fi 5 GHz connection link or hot-spot to a new location.
  • Extending a local wireless Internet network or WiFi hotspot to a building located remotely.
  • Supports any application needing a wireless network extension to boost, extend, and strengthen connectivity.
  • Provides a cost-effective solution to backhauling CCTV networks.


The DIY Long Range P-2-P Wireless Ethernet Bridge kit is an affordably priced plug and play kit that will allow you securely project network access to another building location using an existing wireless network. It creates a point to point WiFi bridge using two directional antennas with pre-configured integrated radios, and can be easily installed by following the step by step instructions included in the kit. All components required for installation are also included.

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  • A point to point wireless bridge sounds like a good alternative to putting two separate systems in. The first thing I thought about was how this would do with equipment being exposed to the elements but the information here answered that question. Obviously I don’t need one for home but this is interesting information.

    Karen Nathanson on
  • Tim, in regards to your question, “The Internet equipment isn’t ridiculously costly is it?” keep in mind that you can just do a price comparison. My understanding is that the whole idea of building a point to point wireless bridge is to avoid the redundancy of two Wi-Fi networks in a nearby area. It wouldn’t surprise me that any vendor could quote you on the two different methods—traditional and point to point.

    Anna M. on
  • You’d have to think this would be cheaper than building two Wi-Fi networks, right? As long as the signals go through okay and you get a strong signal, you’re doing well for yourself. This isn’t a case of the equipment being so expensive that you’re not saving any money by only running one Wi-Fi network (as opposed to running two Wi-Fi networks) is it? The Internet equipment isn’t ridiculously costly is it?

    Tim Duplessis on
  • This long-range point to point bridge sounds too good to be true. The idea of sending wireless signals from one building to another far away sounds like you’d need a lot of power to pull off. How much will this affect your electricity bill and is it safe to be beaming such high power throughout an area? I have some concerns about these point to point bridges, whether they’re short-range ones or long-range ones. Does anyone else share my concerns?

    Dean Conti on

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