WiFi Surveys

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Deliver Superior WiFi Performance and User Experience Now

Is your WiFi network suffering from poor connections, slow upload and download speeds, dead spots, security issues, or worse? Often, users and administrators may sense there is a problem but be unsure of exactly what the problem is. Is new WiFi hardware needed? or does it a firmware update? Is the log-in and authentication process too outdated? Are other WiFi networks nearby competing for bandwidth? A wireless network assessment could be just the tool you need to get started delivering an exceptional WiFi experience to you, your staff, and your customers and guests

Why do you need a Wireless
assessment?

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A WiFi survey from the WiFi pros at Telehertz can be the first step in creating a flawless WiFi system that users actually look forward to using.

High-performing wireless networks don’t just happen on their own. Finding hidden problem spots in your system can optimize your operations, meet your business needs, and keep your customers happy. No matter where your operations are, our engineers are ready to show you how to build a reliable and secure WiFi network that functions flawlessly for years to come.

A WiFi survey can help you deliver exceptional WiFi connections:

● Improve speeds: A WiFi Survey can help uncover otherwise hidden problems like access points that are too close together or too far apart.
● Maximize your bandwidth: You may already have the right hardware in place but could have simply not tuned it correctly. A WiFi assessment can help get the most out of your existing system.
● Operate smoothly today and tomorrow: Knowing the design of your WiFi system can help create a wireless network that works as well today as it does tomorrow, solving performance issues and keeping your systems running smoothly.

Types of Wireless Surveys

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  • Our engineers visit your location
  • We will walk your entire collecting RF data and physical infrastructure details
  • This enables the construction of a flawless wireless network
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  • We will collect site physical infrastructure details remotely
  • Our engineers will create a virtual RF Model of your site Virtually
  • You get a high-performing wireless network
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  • Our engineer visits your site
  • We validate the WiFi network and diagnose any problems
  • This corrects connection issues and delivers an optimized WiFi design

How does our certified engineers
conduct a wireless survey?

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Everything starts from the kickoff meeting

Telehertz has created a unique process in order to ensure that a Wi-Fi survey whether is an onsite, virtual or a validation is successful.

  • Site Details
  • Facility Device Requirements
  • Detailed WLAN Design Recommendations
  • Basic Predictive Access Point Location information

Secure Your WiFi With A Wireless Network Survey

A WiFi survey is a process used to determine the current state of a network. This survey can be conducted in several settings, including airports, hospitals, offshore marine, and more business environments. The different methods are useful for different kinds of surveys, such as passive, predictive, and post-validation. In addition to wireless networks, other types of networks include cabling, high-density media, voice, and data.

For a wireless survey to be successful, the data must be related to the building layout. Floor plans are often available for a property. These can show where there are significant issues with wireless signal attenuation or noise. If you plan to have a site survey conducted, make sure you get it conducted during peak business hours. This way, it is easier to identify flaws in the current network and develop a plan to correct them. For instance, seeing how the network performs during peak hours will give engineers a better idea of the areas of the building where performance can be improved.

Schedule Your WiFi Survey

A wireless survey is also useful for designing a wireless network. The results of a survey will tell you where to place the wireless access points and which parts will be affected by RF interference. It will also help you decide where to place the APs so that they’ll be the best locations for coverage. The results of a wireless survey are valuable for budgeting purposes. A good one should help you determine where to install the access points and what type of antennas will work best in the area.

Passive surveys can be done periodically after a site has been built and equipment has been installed. The survey reports on all wireless signals on the site, including signal strength and signal-to-noise ratios. Using a passive survey can uncover improvements in marginal performance before users even notice the effects. To get started on your WiFi survey, consult our WiFi engineers today!

Which tools do we use to conduct
wireless surveys?

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Our tools help provide technical excellence for your operations

We use the best Wi-Fi Tools available on the market including,

  • Ekahau
  • IBWave
  • Airmagnet
  • AutoCad
  • Matterport

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