The bridge simply transmits data from each of the Bridge radios to the other. One Bridge radio is connected to your network - it may be your router, a Remote Hub, a Receiver, or even the end of another Bridge - and the other is connected to a device you want connected to your network - a computer, IP camera, an AyrMesh Hub in a distant field, etc. The radios transmit a signal in the 5.8 GHz. band. The radio signal they use, however, is a special narrow-band signal that is invisible to 5 GHz. WiFi. It can interfere with (and be interfered with) by 5.8 GHz. WiFi signals, but it is invisible to normal WiFi adapters and equipment.
Articles in this section
- What is the purpose of the AyrMesh Bridge?
- How does the Bridge work?
- What’s the difference between the Bridge, the Hub, and the Receiver?
- Does the Bridge provide a WiFi signal?
- How do I use the AyrMesh Bridge to bring my network into a building?
- If I put an AyrMesh Bridge radio on the outside of a metal building, how can I provide indoor WiFi?
- How do I interpret the lights on the AyrMesh Bridge radios?
- How can I mount an AyrMesh Bridge Radio to a flat surface?