High Speed Wireless Internet Service Provider for Wyandot County & area
                                                   with Broadcast Access Points in Upper Sandusky, Carey, Nevada, Wharton, Forest, Vanlue, Alvada, New Riegel, Sycamore & Lovell, OH



How does wireless internet work?

UDATAnet has antennas located in Wyandot county that are directly connected to
our main line out to the internet. These antennas operates on a 2.4 Ghz frequency
(Microwave) which allows UDATAnet to broadcast an internet link up to 10 miles
from each antenna. Each customer must have an antenna, radio and a computer in
order to receive/transmit back to UDATAnet. This connection is live 24 hours a
day, 7 days a week. There is no time limit on usage. When your computer is
turned on, you are on the internet. There is no telephone line involved and the
weather does not effect your connection.

Diagram of how wireless internet works.


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      Last updated:  Saturday January 19, 2008