RF Wireless Survey
A wireless survey involves developing planning resources for a wireless network. For a particular property survey, this involves looking at architectural plans and the physical structures involved, while evaluating the potential for things like signal coverage, device capacity and overall quality and performance of service.
A wireless survey is also known as a wireless site survey or an RF site survey.
The critical part of a wireless survey involves setting the scope of the project. Some professionals break down wireless surveys into three categories: passive, active and predictive. A passive survey tends to rely on the local network traffic to look at how signals are moving and where the access points are. An active survey can involve more actual logging of data transmission rates and time frames, as well as looking at packet transmission success rates. The third category, predictive survey, is based on a simulation or model of the environment and is more theoretical in terms of looking at blueprints and other resources.
A wireless survey is a key component for delivering a solution that is designed to work first time.
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