WiFi Design Services
What We Do
Axsera meets our clients’ requirements for high performance, carrier-grade and business-grade WiFi networks they can rely on for critical applications.
With increasing use of automation and IoT applications, WiFi is becoming more critical and more pervasive in enterprises, distribution centres, healthcare facilities, industrial plants, and truck and rail yards. Meanwhile, Internet access in venues and stadiums strains high density WiFi designs, while campus WiFi and hotel WiFi design is stretched to the limit by more powerful, always-connected mobile devices, and bandwidth-hungry, latency-sensitive video applications.
By leveraging Axsera’s wireless and networking expertise we support enterprises to go beyond the limitations of their current WiFi networks. We can support you to deploy WiFi networks in complex environments such as healthcare facilities, multi-dwelling units, warehouses, distribution centers, and industrial plants. We also help telecom service providers offer their enterprise clients high-quality, turnkey WiFi solutions by working with Axsera as their trusted wireless partner.
Axsera offers expert WiFi design services, WiFi site survey, and WiFi optimization services to:
- Overcome capacity constraints in enterprise and public WiFi networks
- Ensure corner-to-corner coverage of critical facilities – reliably and with a minimum number of access points.
- Resolve visibility & manageability issues in public WiFi networks
Axsera WiFi System Design Process
Carrier-grade and business-grade WiFi networks demand wireless engineering expertise, processes, and design tools to deliver the application support and coverage required by enterprise customers, while ensuring cost control and return on investment.
Our WiFi engineering services cover:
WiFi Design Services
WiFi design considerations include analysing application requirements, analysing floor plans, creating computer models of the building/venue, on-site surveys, and predictive RF studies. Taken together, the result is a WiFi system design that will meet the client’s coverage and application requirements. WiFi design services can be a simple or a complex task depending on the network and application, and we scale the investment to the needs of each customer and deployment.
WiFi Test and Validation Services
Once a network is deployed, Axsera can validate wireless coverage and validate the performance of the WiFi network. The objective is to verify that the network meets the coverage requirements and supports the application and QoS objectives. This involves greenfield and post-installation WiFi site surveys, such as AP-on-stick surveys, Ekahau Sidekick surveys (including passive and active site surveys). The result is an optimized WiFi system design, and could involve changes to the network configuration and optimization of system parameters.
Ekahau Wireless Design
Ekahau helps businesses build and maintain high-performing wireless networks. Their award-winning Wi-Fi design, site survey, and troubleshooting solutions create fast, reliable Wi-Fi networks that businesses can trust for their mission-critical wireless needs. Ekahau ensures networks are optimized using the RIGHT number of access points, positioned in the RIGHT locations, and with the RIGHT configurations to deliver awesome Wi-Fi every day. Businesses of every size—including the world’s biggest brands and events— trust Ekahau to get the best performance from their wireless networks.
For more complex networks, Axsera may recommend a physical pre-installation site survey to verify the details of the building, and an RF survey to determine any potential sources of interference from adjacent networks, industrial equipment, and other 3rd party applications operating in the WiFi bands
Clients facing challenging wireless interference, or who experience a sudden deterioration of WiFi performance may benefit from a WiFi site survey to tune the WiFi system configuration after the initial installation. Some of the situations that call for post-installation survey include cases where the RF propagation from the Access Points changes due to:
- The appearance of interference sources in the area.
- Changes in the RF environment from obstructions brought into the location (for example furniture, inventory, racks, and other temporary obstructions).
Access Point repositioning, additional access points, or additional directional / omni-directional antennas may be required as determined by the post-deployment survey.