There has been many developments in long distance optical wireless communication between buildings using rooftop-mounted units over Point-to-Point wireless links. We propose an Angle Division/Time Division Multiple Access scheme to perform Point-to-Multi-Point communication employing reflectors. A single reflector controlled by a stepping motor and an array of fixed reflectors were used. The width of the beam of the infrared rays is measured and the relationship between the width and the stepping angle deviation of the motor are demonstrated. Moreover, the received power, the bit error rate, and throughput of the proposal scheme are measured. The angle of the reflector and the reflection characteristics when using one or two reflectors were compared. In addition, the throughput characteristics of the proposal scheme were made clear by experiments.