Perhaps the most important implementation step is the radio frequency site survey. This process ensures that the deployed wireless network will meet or exceed the performance and reliability requirements identified in the design phase.
While many consider the RF Site Survey the design phase of a wireless network deployment, our belief is that this step can only be successful if it is performed with a predefined set of requirements and expectations in place. These requirements, which are defined in the design phase, become the parameters for the site survey, thus making the site survey the first step of implementation.
More and more, we are seeing warehousing & distribution businesses large and small look to their wireless networks for voice, video and location-based services. If the network is ready for these applications, no problem. But what if it isn’t?
A poorly designed wireless infrastructure can negatively impact the deployment of your wireless dependant application, even in the pilot phase.Learn More
Wireless networks are continuing to shift away from a single application system toward a more comprehensive, robust multimedia network platform. Modern WLAN dependant applications such as wireless VoIP, live video and location- based services require a site survey that considers the requirements of each technology. A poorly designed wireless infrastructure can negatively impact the deployment of your wireless dependant application, even in the pilot phase.
The information collected in a WLAN Site Survey comprises the physical aspects of the network. This includes access point mounting locations, antenna selection, and radio specific details such as operating frequency and transmission power.Learn More
The information collected in a WLAN Site Survey comprises the physical aspects of the network. This includes access point mounting locations, antenna selection, and radio specific details such as operating frequency and transmission power. The RF signal propagation of each access point is meticulously documented and spectrum analysis is performed to identify potential sources of interference which may need to be avoided or eliminated.
Our site survey findings are documented and delivered in a complete RF Site Survey Report which provides the information necessary to install network cabling, procure hardware, and ultimately deploy the network. This report is accompanied by an Interactive RF Site Survey Report. This unique deliverable, provided with each site survey we perform, allows for a much deeper understanding of the wireless propagation than a static report.
Whether designing a wireless network from the ground up to support VoIP, or adding VoIP capabilities to an existing network, our consultants draw on their vast experience to provide a solid foundation for wireless VoIP.Learn More
Few network applications dictate WLAN design the way VoIP does. Common networked applications such as email and web browsing have mechanisms to deal with problems like network latency, and often these problems go largely unnoticed by users. However, when network problems are present with a VoIP application they are audibly detectible as poor voice quality or result in dropped and missed calls. Problems which are simple nuisances for wireless laptop and PDA users become critical barriers to VoIP usage.
Whether designing a wireless network from the ground up to support VoIP, or adding VoIP capabilities to an existing network, our consultants draw on their vast experience to provide a solid foundation for wireless VoIP.
Wireless Network Design, Wireless Client Device Selection and Integration, Fixed Point Wireless, and 9 Suite of Managed Services.Learn More
Wireless Network Design – Wireless network design based on your specific requirements provides needs analysis, infrastructure recommendations, architecture design and security analysis
Wireless Client Device Selection and Integration – Our consultants have extensive experience with client devices ranging from industrial data collection computers through PDA and voice equipment.
9 Suite of Managed Services – Minimize the burden of WLAN expansion on an organization while delivering highly reliable support services in a cost effective manner. From real-time monitoring and alerting to change management to end- user support – Cumulus covers all aspects of managing your WLAN.
Fixed Point Wireless – Fixed Point Wireless (FPW) solutions comprising Point-to- Point, Point-to-Multi-Point, and Mesh topologies have emerged as an attractive alternative to traditional private and leased connectivity.
A tabletop and collectibles distributor facing coverage and compatibility issues needed help to troubleshoot the problem. It was discovered that the warehouse recently implemented new handheld technology while relying on an obsolete network unable to handle the device requirements. Before funding was available to replace the entire wireless infrastructure, Velaspan offered complete network support, including WLAN and mobile devices, until the budget could be secured. After performing a site survey and managing the implementation of the new network design, Velaspan continues to support the successful wireless deployment at the facility.
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