Wireless networks are complicated and successful installations don’t happen by accident. TPI a division of AbeTech, is a recognized leader in wireless technology providing consulting, design and installation of wireless networks. Our in-house Wi-Fi engineering team will design a wireless solution tailored to your current needs and projected growth. The TPI team are trained wireless
WEBINAR “When Your DC Needs a Wireless Survey, And When It Doesn’t” TPI’s top wireless expert is going to discuss a process of how to determine if your warehouse/DC needs a wireless survey and if so, which type of analyses meets the specific needs and pain points related to mobile data collections in your operations.
To get the most bang out of your WiFi buck, you need the right antenna for the job. There are two prominent types of wifi antenna: Directional and Omni-directional. We’ll just talk about the directional antennas in this post. When your talking about an antenna for a wireless network, it’s all about the “gain”. Gain
RF network design typically involves determining the number of access points, their placement, channel assignment, and power settings to deliver the required coverage and throughput for a given physical environment. Traditionally, RF network design has evolved from a series of physical wireless site surveys, in some cases, to combining physical wireless site surveys with predictive
One of the many tools we use for our professional wireless site surveys is an RF Spectrum Analyzer. Why? Since wireless networks operate in unlicensed frequencies, potential interference from numerous devices such as microwaves, cordless phones, Bluetooth devices, video cameras, etc. can have a significant negative impact. RF spectrum analyzers are the only devices that
Every element of your wireless infrastructure is critical — and the WiFi Antenna is no exception. In another post, I’ll talk about the different types of antennas. For now, let’s stick with the basics. Here are the basics of antenna characteristics: Frequency. For wireless LANs, you need to use an antenna tuned for either 2.4