Cellular/ Radio Frequency Site Survey

Validating Network Requirements for Complex Wi-Fi Systems

In certain scenarios involving complex Wi-Fi systems, a site survey becomes indispensable for validating network requirements. This becomes particularly crucial when incorporating Wi-Fi calling or accounting for environmental factors and building materials. Our site surveys ensure that the network design meets the specific needs of your Wi-Fi system.

 

Cost and Credit: Making the Most of Site Surveys

It’s important to note that there is a cost associated with conducting site surveys and network designs. However, at Spot On Networks, we value our customers’ partnership. Therefore, if you choose to utilize our wireless services, we will credit the site survey and network design cost back to you.

 

About Site Surveys: Determining Wireless Coverage Requirements

Wireless systems play a crucial role in ensuring reliable cellular and public safety radio coverage. To determine the precise coverage requirements, conducting a comprehensive site survey becomes essential. At Spot On Networks, our experienced engineers are adept at providing initial service proposals. However, it’s important to note that these proposals serve as estimates and require validation through a thorough site survey.

 

Refining Proposals and Optimizing Cell Booster Systems 

Through meticulous site surveys, our experts can refine proposals significantly, especially in the case of cell booster systems. By assessing areas with existing adequate coverage, we can tailor the proposal to deliver optimal results.

 

 

 

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Public Safety Radio Coverage Site Survey

A site survey for public safety radio coverage must be conducted by a General Radio Operator Licensed (GROL) engineer. Spot On Networks employs sub GROL engineers specialized in conducting site surveys. We utilize IBWave technology and heat mapping techniques to ensure that the network design adheres to national and local coverage mandates, including those set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and International Fire Code (IFC). Upon completion of the site survey, we provide the customer with a comprehensive network design report.