5 Reasons Wireless Site
Surveys are Still Critical
High-performance wireless coverage is expected in today’s commercial spaces.
- If you are looking for:
- Wireless Site Survey
- WiFi Design
- WiFi Site Survey
- WLAN Design
- WLAN Site Survey
- RF Predictive Modeling
- RF Design
The pressure is even greater in new facilities deemed state-of-the-art.
Still, any enterprise that has deployed (or is working to deploy) an 802.11-based wireless LAN in a forthcoming space has likely heard some version of, "Don’t pay for a site survey. Install the access points once it’s built and let the wireless infrastructure sort it out." This chorus is especially common among hardware vendors eager to accelerate sales cycles and unload more hardware. But whatever the source, these assertions couldn’t be farther from the truth, or more detrimental to the connectivity of a new or forthcoming space.
A site survey is the key component of successful, on-time wireless implementation, and a prerequisite for wireless networks that deliver and endure.
A wireless network implemented according to specifications determined during a site survey will meet and often exceed performance and reliability expectations. Still willing to roll the dice in efforts to avoid the expense?
Here are five more reasons that wireless site surveys are essential in new construction and beneficial to business outcomes: