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Wireless Site Survey

saikumar saikumar,

In the case over, the engineer finishing the site review was fundamentally worried about the physical format of the project area. By contrast, a wireless site study is worried about the appropriateness of a structure for another or overhauled the wireless system.

 Many organizations have a wireless site review led before moving into another area. In the event that a system update at a current area is required, a wireless site study could help distinguish new issues that have emerged since the last site study.

 An engineer playing out a wireless site review will make the following steps:

 Study the physical design of the structure to recognize potential establishment areas for wireless access points (WAP's).

Break down any radio frequency (RF) obstruction that could bring about no man's lands or moderate system associations.confirm that a steady association with the specialist organization's Network Operations Center (NOC) is introduced and designed at the property.

Consider equipment warming and cooling worries to prevent Servers overheating, or awkward workspace neighboring Server stacks and other system equipment.

Recognize any potential physical or RF obstructions that could affect Quality of Service (QoS).


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