VISTECH delivers with the best installations, supported by its 20+ year history in the industry and growing list of successful, custom wireless solutions.
Where ever you may be working—office, warehouse, event space, home—you need a wireless (Wi-Fi) installation you can depend on. But strong and reliable Wi-Fi relies on proper design and installation. VISTECH has the equipment and skills to map your location for the best installation or can analyze & correct deficiencies with your current implementation.
Quality Wi-Fi installation is really based on proper knowledge, good design, and a solid plan. VISTECH delivers with the best installations, supported by its 20+ year history in the industry and growing list of successful, custom wireless solutions.
VISTECH offers a wide range of services. You can rely on us for quality Wi-Fi installation, and we also deliver network design & implementation as well as support for all of your IT assets. You can call on us as needed, or we can engage under one of our Managed IT Program options.
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Completing a quality Wi-Fi installation is more than buying equipment at the local office products store and plugging it in at your location. Experience and planning are critical. VISTECH employs a time-tested process for Wi-Fi installation.
In the end, the tech talk doesn’t mean much if the installation doesn’t meet your expectations. VISTECH carefully reviews your requirements to assure you get what you asked for. Here are the typical end characteristics we focus on:
VISTECH has the equipment and skills to map your location for the best installation or can analyze & correct deficiencies with your current implementation.
Poor Wi-Fi can be caused by a number of factors.
1. Complete multipoint active site survey.
2. Determine how the radio signal will perform in your unique environment.
3. Verify appropriate power capacity and availability.
4. Create a heat map highlighting the exact locations where equipment, such as access points, switches and routers will be placed.
5. Install access points and antennae with weather-rated enclosures as required.
6. Configure the Wi-Fi system, integrating with the existing network infrastructure.
7. Follow-up with quality assurance coverage and regular connectivity verification.
1. Coverage Range—The space requiring connectivity will be defined early in the process and validated after installation. This can include an entire building and its grounds, or coverage and be limited to be small section of the space.
2. Mobility—You should be able to roam through the entire location while maintaining a strong connection.
3. Security—Exposing your network creates risks and proper security measures need to be implemented.
4. Scalability—Expanding the Wi-Fi coverage after initial installation isn’t a probably our equipment and design can easily support additional access points as they are needed.
5. Cost of Ownership—Professionally installed, well maintained, high quality equipment has a longer lifespan. VISTECH also offers Wi-Fi as a Service plans where we will monitor, maintain, and replace equipment as part of the service.
1. Physical Objects—Trees, masonry, buildings, and other physical structures are some of the most common sources of interference. The density of the materials used in a building’s construction determines the number of walls the signal can pass through while maintaining adequate strength.
2. Radio Frequencies— Wireless technologies such as 802.11b/g use a range of 2.4GHz, as do many other devices, such as cordless phones and microwaves. Devices that share the channel can cause noise and weaken the signals.
3. Electrical Interference—Electrical interference comes from devices such as computers, refrigerators, fans, lighting fixtures, or motorized devices. The impact that electrical interference has on the signal depends on the proximity of the electrical device to the wireless access point.
4. Environmental Factors—Weather conditions can have a huge impact on wireless signal integrity. Lightning, for example, can cause electrical interference, and fog can weaken signals as they pass through.
5. Improper Installation—The root cause most Wi-Fi issues is installation. Improper cabling, use of low quality devices (access points, switches, routers, etc.), and poor positioning of Wi-Fi devices are the most likely culprits.