UK Office

Tel: (+44) 1543 459555
Fax: (+44) 1543 459545

US Office & Headquarters

Tel: (+1) 847 671 6690
Tel: (+1) 800 648 2800

WiFi Antenna Networks

From WLAN in warehouses to WiFi Hotspots in coffee houses to real-time video feeds from police vehicles, the nature of Commercial WiFi networks has changed over the years. At Mobile Mark, we understand that different WiFi antenna networks are needed to satisfy these evolving networks.

With a full range of site, mobile and device antennas, Mobile Mark antenna solutions support all WiFi networks, whether they are 2.4 GHz only, 5 GHz only or dual-band 2.4 & 5 GHz. Our MIMO (multiple-input-multiple output) antennas support the newest WiFi systems, 802.11n and 802.11ac, whether they require two, three or six inputs.

For wireless applications that combine WiFi with other wireless technologies such as GPS, Cellular, UHF or DSRC, our multiband antennas can simplify installations.

Contact Mobile Mark for WiFi Antenna Networks

Mobile Mark antennas cover many commercially available wireless networks (Cellular, LTE, ISM, WiFi, GPS, RFID, and VHF/UHF) as well as specialized networks. Installers will like the fact that our antennas are easy to install and service free. Here are the specialized areas that require WiFi antenna networks:

If you need something special, Mobile Mark has the facilities and the experience to take a project from initial conception through to final production. Our team of design engineers have years of experience and a proven track record for developing innovative, high quality antennas. Give us a call toll free at 800-648-2800 or send an email to info@mobilemark.com.

Antenna Solutions Demo

Location

US location:

Mobile Mark, Inc.
1140 W. Thorndale Ave.
Itasca, IL 60143, USA
Tel: (+1) 847 671 6690
Tel: (+1) 800 648 2800
Fax: (+1) 847 250 5120

UK location:

Mobile Mark Europe, Ltd.
8 Miras Business Park
Hednesford, Staffordshire, WS12 2FS, UK
Tel: (+44) 1543 459555
Fax: (+44) 1543 459545

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