How Do I Design Wi-Fi for a Building I don’t Have Access To?

by | Nov 13, 2020 | Blog

Do a predictive because you don’t have access to the building yet.

And a lot of times we don’t have access to a building we can just get a floor plans and we don’t know what the building materials can be made of. So we’re gonna have to make some educated guesses.

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Do a predictive because you don't have access to the building yet

And a lot of times we don't have access to a building

we can just get a floor plans and we don't know what the

building materials can be made of

So we're gonna have to make some educated guesses

And that's OK

I would rather make the more educated guess that I can

So go to the architect,

perhaps go even to the contractor is going to be building it

and find a like building and go and measure those walls

I found contractors especially don't like to change a lot,

maybe once every generation

And so if they build a building three or four years ago

they're going to use the same type of building materials

and you can go and actually measure those

And that would make your predictive design more accurate

if you knew exactly what they were building to build from

So good thing it's called a predictive design

because we're not actually surveying

Now, sometimes you could go on site and do an AP on a stick

Survey and you're validating your design

So you did a design in a predictive modeling tool,

and then you want to prove or validate

it so you can go put in AP up with the transfer of power

on the channel at the location you want

and then walk into a validation survey using a single AP

I recommend using more APs because it's less walking that way

And then you're validating your design

I don't see AP on a stick as a design tool

It's a way to save the risk of putting up an AP

and having to move it later

So AP on a sticks are expensive

You have to spend a lot of time doing it,

but it lowers the risk to say I know exactly

what's going to happen

So I'm not doing as much guessing

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