Why is a Heat Map Necessary?
We always recommend a detailed heat map for your wireless network, because the intervention helps you analyze your wireless network. With a professional heat map, you’re able to identify where the grid requires an upgrade. When you have poor Wi-Fi signals, it can even be a simple issue of physical objects interfering with the network. These physical objects include walls, furniture, and ceilings. It can also be a case of neighboring networks or devices emitting frequencies on a similar wavelength.
The possibilities for wireless network interference are endless. That’s why we recommend a heat map from where the signal is robust to the weakest area. This will benefit your network in the following ways:
✓ The practice improves efficiency in your organization, and it’s cheaper than hiring an internal administrator who will be checking the problem from time to time.
✓ The process helps to eliminate internet disruptions that may slow your daily business operations–––it provides optimal and balanced connectivity in the premises.
✓ Heat mapping analyzes transmitted signals to give a complete visual image of the signal coverage––the technology helps to monitor connectivity to eliminate network fluctuation.
✓ Maximizes network coverage to serve all people appropriately––eliminates overcrowding of AP’s.
✓ Increases capacity and speed, which is essential in boosting effectiveness for the business.
✓ This leads to better and improved network designs that are trustworthy––it gives a better experience when using shared wireless networks.
✓ Budget-friendly when compared to the productivity that a heat map can help to increase–– it will help your organization to complete tasks on time and avoid inconveniences.