Event WiFi Solutions Services

Access to the internet adds charm to any event, whether cultural, sports or any other. Uninterrupted and seamless network access allows you to stream live on social media, upload your pictures and make real-time announcements, making your event more enjoyable.

WiFi Genius provides reliable and high-speed event WiFi solutions all across the UK at a highly competitive cost. Our team of experts is capable of handling any kind of event at any scale. Contact us today and enjoy seamless network access at your event.

What Is WiFi Technology?

Wireless Fidelity, or WiFi, is a networking technology that allows us to wirelessly access the internet. It is a modern technology with a far greater range and higher speeds than Bluetooth and infrared. It requires extremely low power input and has a high data transmission rate, which makes it suitable for portable devices such as laptops and smartphones.

Benefits of an Event WiFi

  • Enable uninterrupted attendee interaction, content sharing, and real-time conversations for a fully immersive event experience.
  • Ensure seamless speaker presentations, free from connectivity concerns, delivering timely and clear information for event success.
  • Reliable WiFi, facilitating instant photo sharing, event highlights, and updates on social media, expanding the event’s reach and impact.
  • Stable WiFi setup, supporting interactive features like polling and VR experiences, enabling active attendee participation without disruptions.
  • Facilitate instant attendee access to announcements, event updates, and schedule changes for continuous engagement.
  • Maintain stable internet access throughout the event, preventing disruptions during critical presentations and live sessions.
  • Robust WiFi infrastructure, ensuring minimal latency, providing a smooth online experience for activities like live streaming and multimedia access.

What Events Do We Cover?

WiFi Genius offers complete WiFi services for domestic, commercial and corporate events, which include:

  • Indoor Events
  • Conferences
  • Corporate Events
  • Outdoor Events
  • Hospitality Suites
  • Media Events
  • Broadcasting and Webcasting
  • Music Festivals
  • Local Events
  • Film, TV and Advertising

Frequently Asked Questions

It adds to the enjoyment and recreation by allowing you to broadcast your festival live on the internet and upload pictures and updates in real time.

Yes, it is a completely secured network, which makes it perfectly safe to use. However, it requires certified experts and technicians to install the temporary plug-and-play event WiFi.

It is always important to consider and compare prices between different providers before making a final decision as they can all vary in terms of costs. Factors such as; labour, parts, additional features, and any warranties, may influence the final cost of your project.

Make sure you understand what type of customer support will be offered before you make your choice. Does the provider offer free troubleshooting after installation? Is there an on-call service available? Is there an option for ongoing monitoring and maintenance? Knowing what type of customer support is available can help ensure you get the most out of your purchase.

Technical Information about the WiFi

WiFi has a working principle very similar to AM or FM radio. It uses radio waves to transmit and receive data from other sources. However, the basic difference is that WiFi is a two-way channel that uses a router to both receive and transmit the data.

The frequencies that a WiFi system uses are 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz, which ensures that the radio waves do not encounter any kind of interference while broadcasting.

WiFi systems have evolved considerably over the past few systems along with their standards, which has made them faster and more efficient than ever. Here are the standards of WiFi systems:

802.11b: It is the oldest and the slowest WiFi standard.

802.11a & 802.11g: These are relatively faster and more efficient standards that replaced 802.11b.

802.11n: It is the latest WiFi standard that offers a longer range and better speed than others.

Components of a WiFi Network Wireless Router

It is a combination of both the router and WAP or wireless access point. The router directs and manages the traffic to and from the internet to your home network, and WAP allows multiple devices to connect to the network. It basically serves as the central hub of a wireless network and can provide both wireless and wired connectivity.

Wireless Access Point

WAP is an extension of the wireless capabilities of a router that allows access to different devices by connecting them to the network. These access points extend coverage in larger areas or areas with weak signals.

Wireless Adapters

Also known as a network interface card, a WiFi adapter is a device used in mobile phones, laptops or other devices to enable them to connect to a WiFi network. These devices can communicate wirelessly with the access points or routers.