We can provide indoor Wi-Fi planning, design, implementation, and support for facilities ranging in size from a café to an office tower. We can design your entire wireless LAN network using our advanced site survey tool from Ekahau to import floor plans to measure and predict the number of wireless LAN access points required for data, Voice over WiFi, Video over WiFi, and RFID tags and sensors over Wi-Fi using Wi-Fi RTLS (Real Time Location System).

Initially, a surveyor will collect information about the requirements of your organization, such as data/voice, video, and bandwidth usage. After this information is collected, a physical site survey will be required at your premises to locate the best possible places to install access points and ensure 100% wireless coverage and optimum performance.

Before installing any wireless devices, a radio frequency (RF) test is performed in order to better understand the behaviour of radio waves within your facility. This is recommended because various obstacles, such as doors, walls, elevator shafts, and the concentration of people in any given area might affect the radio frequency pattern, causing it to be irregular and unpredictable. The RF test can also detect any radio interference that might come from other sources and could negatively affect the performance of the wireless LAN. The ultimate goal of the site survey and RF test is to help determine the total number and placement of the required access points.

Once the site survey is complete, the installation begins. Once the installation is complete, we will continue to monitor your network and provide you with any maintenance and/or modifications that you may need. We provide 24/7 support for all of our clients.

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IPITVision can plan, design, implement and support your Wi-Fi network from scratch, whether for indoor or outdoor. Our Wi-Fi solutions are scalable and expandable from 1 to 100+ access points based on the needs and growth of your organization. We consider several key factors in the design and planning of Wi-Fi networks, such as the number of access points, size and distance between units, area of coverage, frequency, bandwidth, network security, network connectivity, and mobility.

Security is guaranteed. We carefully plan Wi-Fi networks and enforce advanced security protocols such as WPA2, WPA enterprise via RADIUS authentication, as well as WIPS (Wireless Intrusion Prevention System) to minimize the risk of a compromise.

The following are some of the wireless solutions that we offer:

Enterprise Wi-Fi Hotspots
Wi-Fi for Multimedia (business telephone/VoIP, handheld scanners, etc.)
Point-to-Point Wireless
Point-to-Multipoint Wireless
Voice Over WiFi (VoWiFi)
Enterprise/campus inter-building connectivity
Business customer aggregation

A surveyor will meet with you or an authorized representative of your organization to collect detailed information about the WLAN requirements, such as bandwidth and whether it will be used for data or voice/video. A site survey will then be conducted in which the surveyor determines the distance between the various locations that comprise the area in which you want coverage. The surveyor will perform a link budget to calculate the tower height required between the locations, and determine the type of antenna that fits your needs in order to provide highly secure, reliable and high-performance links.

We can provide Wi-Fi planning, design, implementation, and support for outdoor facilities including, but not limited to:

Parks (municipal and provincial)

It makes a lot of sense to equip parks with Wi-Fi. In municipal parks, public Wi-Fi networks provide a safe zone for citizens to go in order to re-establish Internet connection, which they can then use to find their location or destination if they are lost. They also offer a great convenience to people passing through on their way to and from business.


Wi-Fi on the beach. Beachgoers can check their e-mail, read the news, or stream media while tanning. Surf the Web and then surf the waves.


There’s something to be said about getting away from the concrete jungle and retreating to the great outdoors, but, more and more, there is a need (and a want) to be able to access the Internet if necessary.


Set up a Wi-Fi network in your backyard so that you can remain connected to the Internet while relaxing or working outdoors. If you like to entertain guests in your backyard, an outdoor Wi-Fi network is highly convenient. If you have a large backyard, you can set up an outdoor Wi-Fi network to avoid going out of range as you roam around your property.

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