Wireless (WLAN) & Wired (LAN) Network Implementation

AmeriTech Pro handles Wired (LAN) and Wireless (WLAN) Network Implementations throughout Brevard County and surrounding areas of Central Florida.

We provide clients with intelligent solutions to manage today’s most intricate network designs. We can increase your productivity and future-proof your network through advanced routing, switching, wireless, and SD-WAN (software-defined wide area network), by engineering your network with best-in-class technology.

WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network Implementation

To better plan your WLAN Network, There are a series of standard steps AmeriTech Pro takes to determine your company’s needs.

AmeriTech Pro offers the following services to evaluate your project:

  • Wireless RF Site Surveys
  • Predictive Modeling (site visit not necessarily required)
  • Active or Passive RF Site Surveys

We also offer design and planning for multiple network types, including:

  • Mesh
  • Point to Point
  • Point to Multi-Point

AmeriTech Pro will provide a WiFi Site Survey Assessment that can provide detailed information that will help in the design, development, and implementation of a successful wireless solution for your business. Our WLAN engineer will visit your site to collect data on the facility, including the building layout and construction materials, and gather your WiFi network requirements for coverage, capacity, and mobility. After conducting the specific analysis that our project requires, the engineer will analyze their findings and provide a list of detailed recommendations based on WiFi Best Practices and their decades of professional experience. Next, our engineer will and present their recommendations to your key stakeholders. This is a collaborative process where our WLAN engineer will detail the survey findings, discuss industry best practices, and offer a plan for corrective action. Once presented, they can discuss options and pricing and settle on the best course of action to take for your project.

When choosing the best WLAN solution, keep in mind that your company’s Wi-Fi system handles an enormous amount of data, many devices, and faces a multitude of threats. Therefore, it’s important to choose a powerful, reliable, scalable Wi-Fi solution to meet these ever-increasing demands.

Benefits of WLAN and LAN

Wireless is the go-to solution for most companies these days, and it’s easy to understand why. But, even with the convenience of WLAN, there are still some benefits of maintaining a wired network. Here are some of the key benefits of both types of networks:

WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network

Easily Connect Portable Devices:

Connecting to a smartphone, tablet, or laptop via wireless signal is extremely convenient and provides ultimate mobility since you’re not physically tethered by a cable.

Sharing without Physical Access:

It’s very easy to sync and share information from multiple devices wirelessly, by just having them join the same network, without the need for hard connections.

Better Organization:

Using a wireless connection eliminates the clutter that Ethernet cables can create.

Connect More Devices:

You’re not limited to a finite number of Ethernet ports like on your router, which allows virtually an unlimited of devices to join the same network.

Benefits of LAN – Wired Local Area Network

Strong Stable Connection:

Despite advances in wireless technology, a wired connection has more strength and reliability. This helps when you have stationary devices and services that you use every day and require a stable internet connection, such as video projectors and desktop workstations.

Faster File Transfer Speeds:

Depending on your network speed, sometimes uploading a large file on a Wi-Fi network can take more time than uploading over a wired connection.

Distance to Router:

Even if your router is far from your device’s location, you can still get a strong signal with a long run of ethernet cable. With a wireless signal, you may be limited by distance and obstructions, like walls and ceilings which can impede your signal.

Increased Security:

To connect to a wired network you need to have physical access to the router, unlike wireless connections which can leave you more vulnerable.