Wireless technology has evolved from a single access point in a conference room or a barcode scanning solution in a warehouse to a mission-critical part of an organization's infrastructure.
With more laptops currently shipping than desktop computers, wireless becomes an essential underlying technology that empowers users to work where they are the most effective. Increasingly sophisticated and powerful technologies, such as 802.11n, have increased network capacity to such a degree that in environments such as healthcare and higher education, wireless often becomes the primary means of network connectivity.
SunTel can help ensure that your wireless infrastructure is flexible and robust by providing the following products and services:
Wireless planning and design
- RF coverage design including
- Wireless security design
- Planning for future growth and applications
- Voice over wireless LAN (VoWLAN / VoWiFi)
Installation and deployment
- Cabling and physical installation of access points
- Labeling / asset tagging of access points and controllers
- Configuration and testing of wireless components
- On-site wireless RF characterization (aka. Wireless Coverage Map)
- Documentation of deployed system
- RF coverage validation
- Administrator training
- Ongoing revision as your organization changes
Unique Requirements for Voice over Wireless LAN
Voice over WLAN ( VoWiFi / VoWLAN ) is an exciting technology that empowers your staff to stay connected to customers as they roam throughout your facility and make/receive voice calls through your existing phone system.
If you’re planning on using your wireless LAN for voice communications, SunTel understands the unique RF coverage requirements and settings necessary to provide reliable, high quality voice communications. We also bring over two decades of telephony experience to the table so we know how to make voice over WLAN work right the first time. We can design and deploy a voice over WLAN solution for you even if your phone system does not support Voice over IP.
IEEE Wireless Standards
There are a number of wireless standards defined by the IEEE. Here is an overview of a few of them: