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Wireless Solutions

A wireless network solution for an enterprise is one of the factors that contribute to the success of an organisation today, as it enables enterprise wide access to applications and data from anywhere.

Assessment and Heatmap

A Wifi heatmap is a two-dimensional graphic representation of the signal strength in a Wifi network. It shows the coverage of wireless signals in different colors portrayed in a real map of an office layout, floor, or even a metropolitan area.

A heatmap also gives a quick summary of information about the wireless network and its connected clients. Having a visual map gives the network admin amazing insights on how to adjust the wireless Access Points “APs” to improve signal coverage and avoid dead zones. Heatmaps can also help wireless engineers when doing a site survey and planning for capacity.

In other words, a WiFi heatmap is a map of wireless signal coverage and strength. Typically, a WiFi heatmap shows a real map of a room, floor, or even a city overlaid by a graphical representation of a wireless signal. WiFi heatmap software fully automates the process of mapping WiFi coverage on a map, allowing anyone to create a WiFi heatmap in a matter of minutes just by walking from one place to the next until the entire area is mapped.

The purpose of creating a WiFi heatmap is to obtain accurate information about the quality of coverage of a WiFi network. As you may know, WiFi coverage is affected by many different factors, including:

  • Your WiFi router
  • Other WiFi networks
  • Physical obstacles
  • RF Interference
  • Router Configuration

Great WiFi heatmap software tools are actually not that easy to find. To help you out, we have one the best available tools so you can get most from your WiFi network as soon as possible.

Coverage testing

Signal coverage testing determines where client devices are able to satisfy coverage requirements. This testing may be part of performing a WLAN site survey or done after the network is installed to determine the as-installed signal coverage.

Signal coverage testing involves using a signal coverage tester (sometimes referred to as a signal meter) to measure WLAN signals throughout the coverage areas. The main objective is to ensure that signal levels are high enough to support the levels of performance that the users need when using applications over the WLAN.

Implementation methodology

Improve deployment efficiency, accuracy, and success with support from iSolutions wireless LAN engineers using sound deployment methodology based on leading practices. The Wireless LAN Implementation service helps you to develop a detailed, site-specific plan for implementing the new wireless LAN solution, including the procedures, configurations, and testing required to successfully deploy and commission the technology. iSolutions wireless LAN engineers guide and assist your team before, during, and after deployment of your wireless technology and mobility applications, including wireless LAN security, wireless LAN network management, wireless LAN Controllers, and wireless access points. Cisco and our partners provide several Wireless LAN Implementation services:

  • Wireless LAN Implementation Plan Review –

    Review of an existing wireless LAN implementation plan and provide recommendations for improvement.

  • Wireless LAN Network Implementation Plan Development –

    Develop a plan for implementing the new wireless LAN technology or mobility solution, detailing tasks required to successfully deploy and commission the technology.

  • Wireless LAN Test Plan Development –

    Develop a detailed test plan to demonstrate that the wireless LAN solution meets operational, functional, and performance requirements.

  • Wireless LAN Solution Configuration Review –

    Provide remote review and support for the configuration of wireless LAN security, wireless LAN network management, wireless LAN Controllers, and wireless access points.

  • Wireless LAN Solution Deployment –

    Configure, test, and verify a wireless LAN technology implementation to validate that the deployment meets detailed design, implementation plan, and test plan specifications.

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