804Mesh Satellite

Get true whole-home WiFi with the 804Mesh


The 804Mesh satellite unit is a small wireless device that works with the GigaCenter router to cover your entire home in a seamless “mesh” of WiFi. It gives you incredible speed and coverage and makes those hard-to-reach spots a thing of the past. Up to four 804Mesh satellites can be connected to your GigaCenter to provide maximum coverage. Small and easy to set up, the satellites are faster and more reliable than WiFi extenders. Unlike extenders, they don’t require you to sign on to a separate WiFi network every time you want to use them. With the 804Mesh satellite, you get the same excellent quality and speed wherever you go, and you don’t need to do a thing.

Why Use the 804Mesh?

When combined with the GigaCenter, the 804Mesh satellite meets all your Wi-Fi needs for speed, coverage and more, featuring:

A single, seamless network for all your WiFi devices
The same great WiFi quality everywhere you roam in your home
The fastest band for whatever device you’re using.

Cutting-edge Mesh WiFi technology

The 804Mesh satellites and GigaCenter use the most sophisticated Mesh Wi-Fi technology available to transform your WiFi experience.


Dual-band support means that the 804Mesh has two Wi-Fi radios; high bandwidth applications (like video) are routed to the 5 GHz band, while lower bandwidth activities use the 2.4 GHz band.


The GigaCenter continually assesses the network and “steers” your traffic to the either the 804Mesh satellite or the GigaCenter, using whichever device or radio/band will give you the best performance.


Beamforming technology improves performance and reduces interference by focusing the wireless signal directly to your device.

Key Technical Attributes

Whole Home Coverage WiFi Mesh Satellite
  • Layer 2 bridge and Layer 3 routing for HSI data and IPTV video services
  • Self-Organizing Network (SON)
    • Auto configuration
    • Band and node steering - Increased network capacity
  • IQ Stream for end-to-end service prioritization
  • Bridge port assignment and data traffic pings
  • MAC filtering One gigabit Ethernet (GE) interface
  • Symmetrical 1 Gbps for residential IPTV and data services
  • Multi-rate 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet, auto negotiation
  • If 5GHz acts as connection, then port is available as LAN
  • 2.4 GHz 802.11n certified 802.11b/g compatible, 2x2 MIMO
  • 5.0 GHz 802.11ac certified, 4x4 MU-MIMO
  • Support for 802.11k/r/v/s
    • 11k Radio Resource Management
    • 11r Fast Roaming
    • 11v Wireless Network Management
  • Support 4-address WDS mode
  • WPS push button
  • WPA/WPA2 Personal and Enterprise
  • Support 8 SSIDs Replication
  • 1.7 Gbps Radio Backhaul with GigaCenter Channel Optimization Super DFS and SCS Wireless Backhaul Signal Strength associated with RSSI

Life’s too short for bad WiFi.
So what are you waiting for?

If you’re ready to enjoy the superior online experience and other benefits that come with Carrier-Class WiFi, call CTC. We’ll give you everything you need to upgrade your current WiFi network to a high-performance Mesh WiFi system, and provide you the support you need—so you can enjoy worry-free WiFi that just works.

Learn more about the GigaCenter, Mesh WiFi and the Mesh satellite units - contact us today for all the details!



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