WiFi for RV parks

wifi-antenna-adapter-rvMany RV parks now consider high speed free Wi-Fi internet access as a must-have amenity for guests. Many parks woffer access in the clubhouse or common area.  Antennas can also be used for broadcasting the signals to wide areas of the park. Many travellers will travel with their own internet connection, a cellular data card or a satellite dish. The problem with these two, cellular and satellite is that they have usage limit. This is necessities the need to have good Wi-Fi in AR Parks.

Free internet is one of the marketing tools. If you choose not to provide the service in your AR Park you are just making it easier for your competitors to take over your customers. Installing WiFi for RV parks can sometimes be trick.

Based on the characteristics of you RV park (obstruction, size, profile, number of guests, location, etc.), you should consider a solution that fits, cost effectively:  The least expensive is a wireless-N router combined with an omnidirectional antenna. mounted as high as necessary to maximize line of sight: Use an RP-SMA extension cable to connect the antenna to your router.  The only problem with an omni-directional is that this type of antenna picks up interference from all directions:  Therefore the better, but more cost-effective solution – is multiple sectoral antennas around the RV park.  Mount your antennas high

For the best connection Wi-Fi G4 connection, AT&T and Verizon would offer the best. The WiFi provider company should offer installation services and technical assistance if need be. Their routers should provide good clean signal to your customers.

The Wi-Fi hotspot provided should be full owned and operated by you. This will ensure that you offer your customers with WiFi access without the hassle of third-party providers. The Wi-Fi connection should meet the shape, coverage and the size of the area of the particular RV Park.

For the Wi-Fi connection to work after the installation, there three factors which should function together. These include the broadband internet connection, the Wi-Fi distribution equipment and the end user’s WiFi adapter and computer. If one of them is not working your customers might not enjoy the free WiFi.

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