Wireless Network Installation Services
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Wireless Network Installation Services

A wireless network for commercial buildings is a system that allows businesses to communicate wirelessly. It can be used for data, voice, and video communication. Furthermore, wireless networks can improve communication and collaboration among employees. They can also make it easier for customers and clients to connect with your business. Lastly, wireless networks can also save businesses money on installation and maintenance costs.

If you are considering a wireless network for your commercial building, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you need to determine what type of wireless network you need. There are two main types of wireless networks.

Infrastructure: An infrastructure wireless network is one that connects to the Internet through a series of access points. Access points are usually located in strategic locations throughout the building. Such as, hallways or near elevators.

Local area network: (LAN) is a group of computers and associated devices that share a common communications line or wireless link. Typically, a LAN encompasses computers and peripherals located in a single room, building or site. A LAN may be configured as

(1) a bus, a main channel to which nodes or secondary channels are connected in a branching structure.

(2) a ring, in which each computer is connected to its immediate neighbours in the form of a closed loop.

(3) a star, in which each node is linked directly to a central computer and only indirectly to one another.

How does Wi-Fi Work?

Wi-Fi is a technology that allows electronic devices to connect to the internet wirelessly. Wi-Fi works by using radio waves to connect devices to the internet without the need for physical cables or wires.

What is a Wi-Fi Survey?

Wi-Fi surveys are important in the planning and designing stage of your wireless network installation. In addition, they allow engineers to understand the premises or location and provide a better understanding of the workload and cost for the client. Depending on the client’s needs, various types of Wi-Fi site surveys may be offered. Each survey carried out by our team will include a diagnosis of any existing issues with your current network as well as an inspection of your current infrastructure to ensure it is fit for purpose and scalable for your business requirements.

Stages of a Wireless Network Installation

Performance & user requirements: How many employees will have access to the system. Additionally, what is the speed and performance requirement?

Site Survey: A deep analysis of the building. An engineer will evaluate the building to determine the Wi-Fi coverage and signal strength. Furthermore, access point locations and cable routes will be selected on this survey.

Bespoke Design: A design based on the findings of the site survey will be issued. In addition, you will receive advice on access points, switches and software. Lastly, any potential interferences or obstacles will be taken into consideration to eliminate any weaknesses within your network.

Installation: Infrastructure such as cabling and hardware will be installed. Additionally, we offer out of hours installation to prevent business interruption.

Commissioning: Signal strength tests are carried out to ensure that full coverage and performance targets have been met. As a result, any fault will be resolved to ensure you’re left with a fully functioning system.

Servicing – After care support will be offered. Support for future growth and changes.

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