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RF Site Survey

 

Radio Frequency Site Survey

We use Radio Frequency Site Survey to determine the number and placement of access points (AP) that provides adequate coverage throughout the facility. With wireless systems, it’s difficult to predict the propagation of radio waves and detect the presence of interfering signals without the use of test equipment. It’s important to perform a RF site survey to fully understand the behavior of radio waves within a facility before installing wireless network access points.

Performing this service will supply enough information to determine the number and placement of access points that provides adequate coverage throughout the facility. A RF site survey also detects the presence of interference coming from other sources that could degrade the performance of the wireless LAN.

When conducting an RF site survey, we consider these general steps:

  1.  Obtain a facility diagram.
  2. Visually inspect the facility
  3. Identify user areas.
  4. Determine preliminary access point locations.
  5. Verify access point locations.
  6. Document findings.

 

 
 
 
 
 

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