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This tool can be used to design and plan a new WiFi network; it identifies the best locations for APs and recommends the orientation of their antennas for optimal coverage of premises. As a site surveying and WiFi planning tool, it is designed to provide WiFi coverage mapping and RF analysis.

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With its powerful design tools AirMagnet Survey PRO enables network professionals to predictively model the required changes, ensuring that problems found during the AirMapper site survey are fixed correctly, resulting in improved Wi-Fi network performance and connectivity.

With the AirMapper app on the AirCheck G3 or EtherScope nXG users can quickly and easily gather location-based Wi-Fi measurements and create visual heat maps of key performance metrics in AirMagnet Survey PRO. Simple to use, the AirMapper app is ideal for quick site surveys of new deployments, change validation, and performance verification.

With the combination of GPS support and integration with Google Earth, AirMagnet Survey PRO provides a clear path to fast, fully automated outdoor wireless site surveys. Users can leverage their NMEA-compliant GPS device to automatically collect outdoor wireless data. Users can import street maps of any city in the world, allowing results to be analyzed in the AirMagnet Survey PRO user interface, or exported into Google Earth for a zoomed-in view to any street within the city.

With the Wifi HeatMap from Solarwinds, you can create custom heatmaps. Start with a manual site survey of the wireless signals so that the tool can record it on the surface of a blueprint or layout. NPM with Wifi Heatmaps will poll the signal strength from clients and APs and generate dynamic Wifi heatmaps.

NetSpot is a comprehensive wireless site survey, Wifi analysis, and troubleshooting application. It is designed for a wide variety of scenarios, from small home WLAN users to large-scale wireless deployments. NetSpot can help you improve the wireless security standpoint by running an advanced analysis. It can also help optimize the Wifi signal strength via heatmaps.

To start a site survey with NetSpot, you need to upload your office plan or area layout. Indicate your location on the office plan, and the tool will begin to calculate the wireless coverage. As you move around with your site survey device, Netspot will continue to record data of the signals received in the area, and finally, create a heatmap.

VisiWave Site Survey is an advanced WLAN site survey solution with data collection and visualization capabilities. It is designed for indoor/outdoor and metropolitan hotspots surveys. VisiWave allows you to analyze your WLAN, generate coverage heat maps automatically, and display radio waves.

TamoGraph is a powerful and user-friendly wireless site survey software tool for collecting, visualizing, and analyzing 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax Wi-Fi data. Wireless network deployment and maintenance requires the use of a professional RF site survey tool that facilitates otherwise time-consuming and very complex tasks, such as ongoing analysis and reporting of signal strength, noise and interference, channel allocation, data rates, etc.

In a word, wireless site surveys are necessary because radio wave propagation is difficult to predict, especially in non-open space environments. It is virtually impossible to consider all the variables that might affect the health and performance of your WLAN. Changing conditions, even something as seemingly minor as a notebook equipped with a legacy 802.11g adapter that your new employee connected to the office wireless network, might seriously affect the WLAN performance. In addition, considering the wide proliferation of wireless infrastructure, factors such as interference from nearby WLANs play a very important role. This is why regular site surveys that are conducted with a professional tool are important.

The predictive survey is just that - a model of the environment, so the onsite testing is used to confirm the model - if the walls are thicker (or thinner) than in the model, then the model can be adjusted.

The Predictive design is just one element of the RF Design phase. The onsite survey (the Pre-Deployment Survey) goes hand in hand with the predictive survey and is where we turn a desktop model into a network design we know will work onsite. 350c69d7ab



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