RF Survey Checklist

I have been working on a project where we have to do surveys remotely with an on-site technician doing the actual surveying. They then send the survey file to one of our remote WLAN engineers and they review the file, make changes to the network, and then have the technician do another pass. They repeat…

Indoor Arena Design Survey Part 3: Back of House

This is a continuation of Part 2 of the three-part series on performing a design survey for an indoor arena. This will be a short section as it is mostly a checklist of items to keep an eye out for. The “back of house” areas can get a little fuzzy and the areas needing coverage…

Indoor Arena Design Survey Part 2: The Concourse

This is a continuation of Part 1 in a 3 part series on doing a design survey for an indoor arena. This part covers designing for the concourse. The concourse has two main areas of concern: general public and ticketing. Both present unique challenges and things to look out for. Ticketing Ticketing areas are definitely the most…

Indoor Arena Design Survey – Part 1: The Bowl

This post should be used as a quick reference for anyone needing to do a design and site survey for an indoor arena. This was written for WLAN engineers that already have experience in designing and implementing WiFi. This is part 1 of 3 for performing a design focused site survey on an arena. The…