We go down memory lane and look back and our last site survey, how it went and what we could have done differently. We also look back at our early site surveys and how we did them wrong, what we wish we knew, and how we’ve changed since then.
Before we dive into the podcast episode, we want to announce our first course, A Practical Guide to Wi-Fi Site Surveys. With our experience, we have developed a course on how to apply the theory of Wi-Fi into performing site surveys.
There are many guides and tutorials giving you the theory of Wi-Fi but there isn’t a practical guide on how to take that knowledge and apply it to a project.
In this episode, we tell our short story of when we first did site surveys. It’s been quite the journey for both of us. There are so many things that aren’t discussed in classes especially when it comes to the process of performing site surveys, communications with people, the exact equipment used, and more.
While a site survey can be done differently there are some aspects to it that remain the same. There is a methodology to a site survey in obtaining the right information and producing a result with accuracy.
There isn’t a set standard on how it is done and we acknowledge there is room for improvement. We sum up the experience and share it with you in this episode.
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