The AP Wireless solutions have been created to provide teams and video analysts with a portable option for easily creating their own independent wireless network. Lots of sports video analysis software, like Nacsport, enable you to share your video and data with other devices. This keeps your coaches and players well informed during matches and training.
The AP Wireless solutions include a router, tripod, and network booster, providing you with a wireless connection to your devices over a large range. With a line of sight between the booster and your devices, you can easily share video and data at high speeds to the bench to enhance in-game reviews.
AP Wireless is trusted by many professional teams and used in a variety of stadiums all over the world. To name just a few (click the links to see AP Wireless in action with these teams), we have been used by:
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AP Wireless is a portable solution designed to create an independent wireless network for sports teams and video analysts. It enables seamless sharing of video and data among devices using software like Nacsport. This enhances communication during matches and training, keeping coaches and players well-informed.
No, AP Wireless is not a software. It creates and provides your own network to connect your devices together, so you can use it with software like Nacsport to send video and data during a game or live event.
No, AP Wireless does not need the internet. It also doesn’t create an internet signal. AP Wireless connects your devices in a local area network.
The AP Wireless solution includes a router, tripod, and wireless network booster. The router, wireless network booster and cables are packaged into a hard carry case. The tripod is packaged separately. These components work together to establish a reliable wireless connection across a significant range.
The AP Wireless solution costs £650 (+vat) plus shipping. Once payment is received, we will ship the unit in 1-2 working days.
Yes, we can ship AP Wireless internationally. Shipping prices are calculated based on your location.
Yes, AP Wireless will work in a stadium environment and has been used globally by international teams to share video and data live during a game. AP Wireless uses the 5GHz range and we show you how to use a tool to find and use the best 5GHz bandwidth for the stadium environment you are in each time too.
Yes, AP Wireless is well-suited for both indoor and outdoor use. As long as you have a clear line of sight between the AP Wireless unit and your receiver devices, they can connect. The AP Wireless unit is not waterproof so will need to be in a covered area, without that area obstructing the line of sight.
With a clear line of sight between the network booster and your devices, AP Wireless facilitates high-speed sharing of video and data to the bench. This empowers coaches and players to conduct effective in-game reviews with minimal delay.