We are proud to offer our professional WiFI consulting services. Allow us to design a reliable and efficient 802.11 wireless network for you or your company. Whether for home or business, our in-house WiFi tech reps will design a Point to Point (PtP), Point to Multi-Point (PtMP), or WISP solution based on your provided detailed site specs that are specific and unique to your situation. Our WiFi design team has a huge resume of clientele; from municipalities to schools to hotels to campgrounds and RV parks and more.
All our WiFi design and consulting services are customized and site-specific. The fee of all our WiFi design and consulting services is credited towards your hardware order with synchroweb to implement this recommended design solution. Larger and more sophisticated designs are available on a custom-quote basis. This can include multi-SSID, wireless VLANs, location-based networks, RFID networks, and more.
We can come on-site to perform RF site surveys of buildings or outdoor areas using enterprise-grade Wi-Fi surveying tools, WLAN analyzers, and RF spectrum analyzers. Our written reports and maps can help you understand and visualize your Wi-Fi coverage and any interference.
We can provide a few different types of RF site surveys depending upon your situation :
Before installing or modifying a wireless network we can scan the airwaves, checking for interference from neighboring Wi-Fi networks and other sources of RF interference.
if you are planing to use our distributed equipment, we bring onsite actual wifi equipment and conduct study and test.
After a Wi-Fi network installation or modification we can generate maps of Wi-Fi coverage and performance to verify your requirements have been met.
We can do periodic Wi-Fi site surveys to ensure wireless coverage is still acceptable, neighboring networks or other RF sources aren’t interfering, and rogue access points or wireless routers haven’t been setup.
What You Get
What we deliver to you for this service is a .pdf document containing diagrams of the network design, an IP addressing plan, a Wi-Fi channel plan, a materials and hardware list (a quote), and an implementation plan.