A wireless site survey, sometimes called an RF site survey, is the process of planning and designing a wireless network to provide a wireless solution that will deliver the required wireless coverage, data rates, network capacity, roaming capability, and quality of service.
The survey usually involves a site visit by our engineers to run tests to determine the presence of RF interference and identify optimum installation locations for access points. This requires analysis of building floor plans, visual inspection of the facility, and usage of site survey tools.
When conducting a wireless site survey, it is important to identify the effective range boundary, which defines the minimum signal levels required to support the intended usage of the wireless network.
Independent studies have shown that most of the wireless networks installed today are not optimally designed or installed, and many do not provide the level of service that they were intended to. Because of this, stringent wireless site surveys and detailed planning and design exercises are becoming essential, especially to support the new breed of wireless services.
We provide wireless site survey utilizing specialized electronic equipment and tools, coupled with its experienced team of network specialists to design and deploy wireless.
Our wireless site survey team specializes in conducting wireless site surveys for both indoor and outdoor environments including large scale warehouses, educational institutes, and corporate offices.
Contact us today for more information to ensure your wireless implementation is optimized and performing as it should be.