Wireless Network Services

Wireless installations are becoming a business necessity and implementation can be challenging. Some of the challenges include proper deployment, mismatched products, signal interference, and security vulnerabilities just to name a few. The increased mobility that Wi-Fi networks offer has proved beneficial in operations throughout manufacturing facilities, warehouses, transportation depots, conference rooms, building-to-building, within the corporation, conference rooms, public areas, and branch offices constitute ideal venues for wireless LANs (WLANs).

AIT has developed an expertise in executing small and medium size deployments. We assess the organization network infrastructure needs and provide a quote based on your current needs and anticipated future growth.

AIT's Wireless / Wi-Fi Installation & Services:

  • Fixed Wireless
  • Point to Point Wireless
  • Point to Multi-Point Wireless

Wireless Network Types: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Wi-Fi / WLAN Network Design / Engineering:

Deployment of a wireless network requires careful planning. Business requirements and objectives need to be evaluated and a site survey must be undertaken to determine possible sources of interference. Wi-Fi Networks can be tricky to implement in high interference areas, be incompatible with existing equipment and can open up security risks. WLANs are best used in addition to - rather than a replacement to wired networks. Our engineers will assure proper planning when designing and implementing your wireless network. The complexity of your network will vary depending on the obstacles within and the size of your facility.

Site Surveys:

A site survey is always performed first. This is a physical survey of the customer's premises to locate the best possible places to install access points and ensure 100% wireless coverage and optimum performance.

Advantages of Wi-Fi Networks / WLANs:

  • Mobility is the most significant advantage of Wi-Fi networks. Workers can access shared resources without looking for a cable and a place to plug in.
  • Installation speed and flexibility: Installation of a WLAN system can be fast and easy and can eliminate the need to pull cable through walls and ceilings. Furthermore, wireless LAN enables networks to be set up where wires might be impossible to install.
  • Scalability: Wireless networks can be designed to be extremely simple or complex. Wireless/Wi-Fi networks can support large numbers of nodes and large physical areas by adding access points to extend coverage.
  • Reduced cost of ownership particularly in dynamic environments requiring frequent modifications' thanks to minimal cabling and installation costs per device and user. WLANs simplify moving, additions, and changes, the indirect costs of user downtime and administrative overhead are reduced.