There is a huge wireless revolution occurring right now in all aspects of computing. There are more and more wireless devices for more complex applications than ever before. Not only are wireless networks being designed for coverage as they always have been, but now there are capacity issues to deal with as well. Many applications, such as VoIP phones and video streaming to laptops, require much more bandwidth that wireless networks had traditionally been designed for. Also remember that the wireless network tends to be the first thing blamed whether it is the source of the problem or not. So, how do you implement a cost effective, high speed, high reliability wireless infrastructure? ScanTexas uses the Motorola site survey tool ‘LanPlanner’. Click on the pictures below for more detail and heat maps of each ScanTexas LanPlanner case studies. The LanPlanner tool can:

  • Create RF-Intelligent, Site-Specific Designs
  • Quickly load AutoCAD, PDF, JPEG, and any common building or site map file format
  • Build a site-specific, RF-intelligent model of the wireless deployment facility using LANPlanner’s embedded RF Attenuation Library.
  • Graphically visualize the physical location and configuration of all installed network equipment.
  • Automatically generate bill-of-materials and maintenance records for use by deployment teams and in future network expansion.

Simulate Network Performance

  • Place network equipment and visualize wireless performance, including how applications and number of users will impact Quality of Service
  • Realize the full benefit of 802.11n’s Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology by visualizing site-specific MIMO effects of the deployment environment in homogeneous 11n or mixed 11a/b/g/n networks

With LANPlanner’s measurement module, users are able to collect real-world RF information and client performance statistics to improve the quality of their wireless models.

Import Site Survey Data

  • By integrating site survey data into the network plan, users can compare the actual RF loss values in their deployment with the planned values and automatically adjust the deployment model.
  • Verify post-deployment network performance and visualize heat maps of measured data.
  • Visually locate and identify rogue access points and channel interferers.
  • Review QoS critical information such as RSSI (Received Signal Strength Intensity), SIR (Signal to Interference Ratio), SNR (Signal to Noise Ratio), channel width, packet error, jitter and data rates
  • Reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO) of wireless networks by eliminating costly rework that frequently occurs with measurement-based network design

Overview

 

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    Consumer Products Distributor

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    Consumer Products Distributor BLDG 2

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    Consumer Products Distributor BLDG 3

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    Cell Phone Company

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    Industrial Products Manufacturer

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    Industrial Products Manufacturer BLDG 2

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    Refrigerator Manufacturer Company

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    Refrigerator Manufacturer Company BLDG 2

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    Refrigerator Manufacturer Company BLDG 3

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    Security Building

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    Healthcare Company

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    Healthcare Company BLDG 2

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    Retial Company

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    Fashion Products Company

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    Fashion Products Company BLDG 2

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    Gasket Company

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    Hospital Company