All buildings are different. Structures such as walls, shelves, cabinets, air ducts, or metal pipes affect wireless coverage. For this reason, effective WLAN planning is based on a wireless measurement that evaluates the required number and optimal placement of access points.
Even during operation, dynamic sources of interference - from microwaves or wireless video transmissions right through to your neighbor's Wi-Fi - can interfere with your own use of the Internet. Subsequent measurement and analysis can identify any dead spots and interference.
We come to you and measure your building with test installations and the necessary software. This approach ensures that, during operation, your wireless system works exactly as planned. If you wish, we can compile a detailed wireless report and provide building plans with recommended locations of access points or suggestions for improvements.