What are managed site survey services?
Today, any business plan to set up or upgrade their network of cables should start with a site inspection schedule, and for good reason.
Site exploration allows network engineers to identify the RF coverage areas and equipment required to provide the required signal level for a given site.
Without it, planning a WiFi network at the corporate level would be difficult, if not impossible, and lead to several common problems such as:
Cover the holes
Wrong types and path numbers
Waste of time and money
This article does not list all the details of the WiFi design process.
Instead, it lists the starting point we use in SecurEdge when planning a new network. This is the starting point that we accomplished thousands of times in different environments.
- Start with a predictive website scan
What is that?
Location prediction survey, also known as WiFi prediction design, uses advanced software from companies like Ekahau, to design your environment and create different types of WiFi heat maps. It determines what is required to use a high-performance WLAN system and how much it will cost approximately.
Building plans are usually uploaded into site survey prediction software to develop a wireless network design. Site forecasting tools will focus on building materials, square images, end user numbers, usage types, antenna models, and a variety of others to provide a reliable web forecasting program for your site or facility.
- If necessary, confirm instantly with a WiFi website survey
What is that?
As a forecasting partner, WiFi network surveillance is a service that sets out what is required to implement wireless coverage in a particular area.
However, he takes this process a step further by combining a forecasting site survey with a web visit from a web engineer.
Items such as interference (noise) can be measured on the web, while predictive format cannot do so. A WiFi website search can detect any device that might cause a disturbance and identify their location to confirm the correct wire structure.
We also have wireless VoIP simulation software and streaming media to make sure they work well in your environment.
So, in a WiFi site survey, you start with a predictive design and then verify the results by examining the building or AP location of the building that deploys WiFi coverage.
For example, it entails raising survey equipment (8-13 ft tripod with access point and battery) to the installation height of the proposed access point in a warehouse or manufacturing facility. Network engineers do this for all AP locations recommended in the predictive design.