Data Cabling Service Areas
We service companies nationwide, but our most common areas of service are:
Green Bay, WI
Eau Claire, WI
West Allis, WI
Port Washington, WI
|Fond du Lac, WI
New Berlin, WI
Menomonee Falls, WI
Oak Creek, WI
West Bend, WI
Sun Prairie, WI
Mount Pleasant, WI
Cell Phone Signal Boosting — Get a Free, No Obligation Analysis of Your Business/in Blog /by bridgie1121
Is Your Office Frustrated by Cell Phone Reception Problems?
Cell Phone Signal Boosting — Get a Free, No Obligation Analysis of Your Business
Kelley Communications offers a free, no-obligation analysis of your business to see if your building, complex, or campus will benefit from a cell phone signal booster. It is important for us to analyze the size of your office, the type of building, the area in which it is located, and other unique factors to determine which cell phone booster kit is right for your space. Our systems can boost signals in basements, offices, remote areas, multi-story buildings, warehouses, and more!
Call us today 414-727-7070 to set up a complimentary review of your business’s signal by Kelley Communications!
We boost all providers!
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We have been serving the business needs of Wisconsin since 1989!
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Sound Masking Solutions By Kelley Communications/in Blog /by bridgie1121
Looking to Improve your Home or Office?
Sound Masking Solutions
Sound masking uses low-level white noise that reduces the audible level of speech throughout a room, and helps to protect speech privacy where confidentiality is important, such as in doctor’s offices or call centers.
Our sound masking solutions can conceal private conversations, reduce office-noise distractions, and improve productivity. It is the acoustical equivalent of tripling the distance between workstations!
When conversational privacy is key, let Kelley Communications design and install a sound masking system that meets the needs of your location.
Call us today 414-727-7070 for more information today, and to set up an assessment of your location!
Cellular Boosting Solutions for Your Office, Building, or Entire Business Complex / Campus
When it comes to cellular signal quality, reception and location are everything!
You might be in the heart of a business district but other structures, signal interference or overall weak signal output can create dead spots for reception.
Kelley Communications can solve the problem by installing cell phone signal boosters throughout your location!
We will determine where and why your signal weaknesses exist, and offer an economical solution to improve your signal.
Read more about Cell Phone Signal Boosters Here
Get a Free, No Obligation Analysis of Your Business to See if You Will Benefit From a Cell Phone Signal Booster!
Call us today at 414-727-7070 for more information today, and to set up an assessment of your location.
The Future Arrives in 2017: Cat. 8 Wiring/in Blog /by bridgie1121
Category 8 wiring is an economical solution to serve data hubs’ ever-expanding need for higher bandwidth.
The standards for the next generation of data cabling—Cat. 8—were approved by The Telecommunications Industry Association’s TR-42 Telecommunications Cabling Systems Engineering Committee in June 2016, with ratification expected in early 2017.
Conveniently keeping the same maximum diameter as category 6A cable at 22 AWG, Cat. 8 will not only be fully backwards compatible with Cat. 6A, Cat. 6, and Cat. 5e, but, being specified to 2 GHz, can provide four times today’s bandwidth by using a frequency of 2000 MHz, limited to a 30 meter 2 connector channel.
This service life span of category 8, like the earlier categories remains at 20 years, making Cat. 8 the highest performing cable available. This is a logical choice for new installations and cabling upgrades that are future-proofed, meaning that as your equipment is upgraded, your budget will not have to take new cabling under consideration.
Category 8 wiring will not need more power to operate, and could actually be more efficient in supporting remote powering applications, such as an Ethernet setup.
To learn more about Cat. 8 cabling and see if it’s right for your business, give Kelley Communications a call today at (414) 727-7070.
CAT 5E vs CAT 6 vs CAT 6A CABLE/in Blog /by bridgie1121
Cat. 5e Cable
Up to 1 GB/s & up to 100 meters
Frequency: Up to 100 Mhz
Latest Cat. 5e Info:
Legacy Cable to be Phased Out
Will need to be Replaced
Cat. 6 Cable
Cat. 6 Specs:
Up to 1 GB/s at 100 meters & up to 10 GB/s at 55 meters
Frequency: Up to 250 Mhz
Gigabit Ethernet Workstations
Latest Cat. 6 Info:
Cat. 6A Cable
Cat. 6A Specs:
Up to 10 GB/s at 100 meters
Frequency: Up to 500 Mhz
High End Wireless Access
High End Graphic Workstations
Backbone Cables Between Network Equipment
Latest Cat. 6A Info:
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