Networking site survey
“Site Survey” is a broad term used to describe the planning phase of a project. Think of it as a “fact-finding mission”, where a professional meticulously analyzes a location for potential conflicts.
Wireless Site Survey
In the example above, the engineer completing the site survey was primarily concerned with the physical layout of the project area. By contrast, a wireless site survey is concerned with the suitability of a structure for a new or upgraded wireless network.
Many companies have a wireless site survey conducted prior to moving into a new location. If a network overhaul at an existing location is required, a wireless site survey could help identify new issues that have arisen since the last site survey.
Performing a site survey is a critical step towards achieving peak network performance. Offices and homes that skip this step can be subject to poor Quality of Service (QoS); dead-zones, intermittent signal drops and weak signal strength is par for the course.
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