Need direction with a wireless setup

I have about 4 devices that require access to the internet.  They all will only support a physical connection (wired).  They are physically located in a location that will make it difficult to run a physical cable to it.  

Is there a way I can use a WAP with a 4 port switch on it to attach these devices to the network via wireless, thereby allowing the devices to plug in to it and gain access to the internet via the wireless connection?

If not, I'm also interested in other solutions.  I'd appreciate it if you could be specific and perhaps provide  a make/model of a unit that this might work with.
creativenetworksAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I think (because you NEED wired connections) that I would use Power line adapters to carry Ethernet on power lines. Put one on each end and put a switch (8-port perhaps) at the remote end and connect the local end to your network. This should work fine.
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Craig BeckCommented:
Get yourself a wireless bridge...

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edimax-CV-7428NS-Universal-Bridge-Blu-ray/dp/B00ADHLDPQ

That has 5 ports and can connect to a Wifi access point to connect all your devices.
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creativenetworksAuthor Commented:
Perfect, wireless bridge.  I've used extensively X10 products and in a large house (2700 sq ft), I repeatedly had problems.  So I'll try the bridge first and let you know.

Thx.
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