Succeed.Net professionally mounts an antenna and radio (most of the time this is a single unit) on your roof, then runs an outdoor UV rated gigabit capable CAT 5e Ethernet cable down the outside wall of your home or business (we try to follow a path to hide the cable and look good cosmetically). We then bring the wire into your home by drilling a small hole or following an existing entry into the home such as a duct or prior cable, phone or satellite TV installation entry. This hole is weather sealed and includes a grommet. The Ethernet cable going into the house is terminated with a CAT5e cable end to connect to to a POE (Power over Ethernet) injector. A standard Ethernet patch cable is then connected between the POE device and then directly to your computer or your router. If you need additional inside wiring to extend the connection into your home, you may need to hire a wiring contractor or may want to consider using a WiFi router (available at computer and electronics stores). We also offer managed WiFi system from us for $10 / month (per 2,000 sq ft) to distribute your new Internet connection throughout your home or business.
The antennas range in size from a small 4″ x 12″ panel to a 18″ dish depending upon your distance from the access point. They are all very lightweight, super low power (~9-18 watts) and are easier to install than a TV satellite dish.