How to design a WI-FI network?

Our main advantage is Estonia's largest wealth of experience and knowledge in the field. The service is often used by our Ruckus distribution partners.

Wi-Fi inspection and measurements 

Wi-Fi devices are short-range devices that typically have a range of a few hundred meters outdoors and 50m indoors. All indoor and outdoor distribution environments are completely different in this sense, and customers want to have the required communication speed in all the necessary places. Thus, no forest or building is exactly the same, and there are different disturbance areas in the city center and in the forests of Lääne County. The result of the measurements is an input to the network modeling. In the tests, we measure real communication speeds and signal levels. In 22 years, more than a thousand objects have been seen and various features have been learned.

The question is often asked, why isn't it necessary to measure every room in mobile communication, is it a better technology? This is not the case with radio technology, the design of mobile networks presupposes that the coverage does not reach everywhere, walk closer to the window or put a repeater (eg shopping malls or many concrete houses), and speeds drop significantly when moving behind various obstacles and indoor walls and windows. But since high-speed and continuous work on the mobile network is not planned at the moment, this ideology is enough. By now, 70% of mobile traffic is currently Wi-Fi offloaded, meaning that Wi-Fi phones switch indoors when at home or in the office. This keeps mobile networks up and running so that large volumes are not generated.

Modeling of Wi-Fi radio coverage

We use various professional software for Wi-Fi modeling, which allows us to prevent errors and optimize network resources. For medium and larger objects, modeling provides significant cost savings in both the number of devices and installation costs. What's more, all this creates a high-quality connection and the cost of operating the network, and the number of problems is many times smaller.

Creating an installation project

Finding optimal installation locations and cabling planning requires experience and radio engineering knowledge. We often rebuild networks of other players to improve distribution conditions.

It is often not possible to plan locations exactly before construction is completed, as objects installed during construction can interfere with radio transmission, such as various pipes, plates, luminaires, which are often not precisely defined, whether it is aluminum or plastic. in the final stages of construction when tenants move in.


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