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Designing and implementing a local wireless network


Until recently, WLAN networks were perceived by IT as a slower, less efficient and less secure alternative to traditional LAN networks. Currently, IT departments consider it a required standard. Undoubtedly, the result of this is the growing demand of companies for mobile devices and the ubiquitous mobility trend. The wireless network is indeed a necessary condition for the implementation of processes in the enterprise.

We perform radio design using professional software. With its help, we estimate the distribution of access points in such a way that the signal strength is optimal. As a result, there can be no cross-channel interference with the conducted operation. What’s more, the appropriate network capacity (the ability to maintain an efficient and stable connection depending on its load) has been preserved. Appropriate mathematical models embedded in the software allow us to obtain output data. They take into account the attenuation of walls, ceilings and other terrain obstacles.

When designing and implementing a local computer network, it may be necessary to perform an on-site inspection. During which the presence and influence of neighboring Wi-Fi networks is examined. But also possible interference and interference from various sources (including sources that are not 802.11 devices).

Begin the stages of designing and implementing a local computer network with us


  • You send us your network requirements. i.e. description of the building, office, room, number of devices that are to use the network, services that will be launched in the network.


  • You tell us what type (what manufacturer) of access points you want to use.


  • We will present the valuation – you accept it.
    We set the deadline for the project.
  • You send us a .PDF or .DWG (AutoCad) file on the basis of which we draw a plan of rooms and apply the attenuation of objects on it. i.e. walls, shelves, offices, etc. If necessary, we ask questions about the rooms or the building itself.


  • NOTE: at this stage, it may sometimes be necessary to carry out an on-site inspection. During which the presence and influence of neighboring Wi-Fi networks is investigated!


  • You receive a report with information on the specific location of access points. among others we draw cable routes and describe possible distribution points. The report contains theoretical values of throughput, inter-channel interference, theoretical values of delays in the network and its capacity.