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Terms to Know for Site Surveys

Signal-to-Noise Ratio

The signal-to-noise ratio, or SNR, is the level of desired signal in proportion to the background noise caused by interference.

WLAN

WLAN stands for “wireless local area network.” It connects two or more devices to the local network.

Wireless Access Point

A wireless access point is a place where an end user can access the wireless network, like a router.

RF Interference

RF interference can be caused by electromagnetic interference and interrupt connections.

Hotspots

Hotspots use Wi-Fi to allow users to join the local area network (LAN).

Quality of Service

Quality of service measures the performance of the computer network with measurements.

The Three Types of Site Surveys

Passive

A passive site survey uses a wireless adapter and site survey software to listen in on the WLAN. It detects access points during the survey itself and temporary access points might be installed for this kind of survey.

Active

During an active survey, a wireless adapter that’s associated with an access point measures the performance of the network in one round trip. Metrics like packet loss and the time it takes data to send and be received can show you how well the network performs.

Predictive

A predictive survey will actually use software and predictive analytics and a simulation to model the RF environment. Temporary access points can estimate coverage and later be used in the design phase for expected interference.

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