Health Check

Our Wi-Fi Health Checks are industry leading and are designed to give customers an invaluable tool in resolving many of the common Wi-Fi problems that limit productivity.

Channel Analysing

Discover Causes of Problems

Our surveys discover the following.

  • Coverage black spots
  • Interference
  • Poor throughput
  • Slow roaming
  • Client disconnects
  • Rogue access points

And many more common issues

Heat Map

Industry Leading Heatmaps

Easily visualise the coverage of your network.

Heatmaps are the defacto industry tool to visualise network coverage, providing a clear way to see where coverage is missing.

Our Health Check surveys detail your exact coverage, or lack of it.

Poor Wi-Fi Design

Has your Wi-Fi been poorly designed in the past and is now not up to the demands of your mobile workforce?

Interference

Interference such as microwaves, PIR sensors, Bluetooth and legacy wireless devices can have a serious impact on your WiFi network.

Rogue Access Points

Rogue access points are a serious threat to the security of your wireless network and corporate data.

Connection Problems

Connection problems slow down productivity and increase complaints.

Coverage Dead Spots

Dead spots can be the result of a poorly designed Wi-Fi network or a change in the RF environment which can be easily resolved.

Security Weaknesses

WEP and WPA-PSK are no longer acceptable in a corporate environment and more complex solutions are required to secure your data.

Detailed Reports

Detailed Reports

All of our survey reports include the following as standard.

  • Wi-Fi coverage maps in 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz
  • Photographs of AP locations
  • RF Inteference
  • Wi-Fi issues found
  • Resolution Steps

Our reports detail changes required to bring back the performance you require.

Optimise Network

Once the network problems are discovered, the optimisation can begin.

Following on from a health check survey the detailed report is then used in conjunction with our optimisation service to make the necessary changes to bring the performance back to your network.