Ruckus Zone Planner
Once you have your longitudes and latitudes and mounting heights you should have enough info to put a basic plan together. The below plan is done using the LigoWave link calculator (others are available). You will need to pick your product depending on which manufacture/link planner you are using.
Ruckus Zone Planner
Path Profile - This predicts the fresnel zone in relation to ground level. One key thing to note is that trees and buildings are not taken into consideration. At this stage, this short 120-meter link looks viable and there appears to be a clear line of sight.
A WiFi mapper, sometimes called simply a heatmapper, is a software application that can create a WiFi heat map, which is a special WiFi coverage map that visually highlights all areas of signal weakness and dead zones.
NetSpot works on Mac and Windows and is available for free. Free 7-day activation codes of NetSpot PRO are available upon request. NetSpot PRO can capture up to 50 zones per project and up to 50 snapshots per zone. In total, NetSpot Pro is able to record 500 data points per a single heat map and visualize an unlimited number of access points.
SolarWinds Wi-Fi Heat Map is a capable heat mapper that is available as a fully functioning trial software that can be used for up to 30 days without any limitations. It can automatically create custom Wi-Fi heat maps, find dead zones, and map the location of connected clients.
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But when Sid Wainer & Sons the gourmet foods distributor wanted to develop the former Alden Corrugated Container site as a staging area for its fleet of 100 trucks the residents of Tabor Apartments raised a ruckus.
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Used to select the path; either or long. The short path, as the term suggests, is the shortest most direct path between transmitter and receiver and is the path assumed by SWBC frequency planners. Propagation is sometimes better on the long path depending on the location of the transmitter and receiver and the time of day. Selecting the long path option displays the long path on the map as a green line.
The main page comprises a map, used for defining the target location, and a 'Search Filters' panel incorporating filters for frequency, time, language and target CIRAF zones. Filters are enabled/disabled using the checkbox at the right-hand side of each entry field.
Clicking the checkbox in the left of the text field will filter the results to include only those directed to the CIRAF zones specified. See -R/terrestrial/broadcast/hf/refdata/maps/index.html for details of the CIRAF zones. Clicking the Map Marker () at the right of the CIRAF entry field will replace the contents of the field with the CIRAF zone corresponding to the latitude/longitude values at the top of the page. Clicking on the Expand button () button will select the CIRAF zone currently specified along with all adjacent zones. If no zone is specified, the zone corresponding to the latitude/longitude values at the top of the page is used.
If either of these are cancelled or moved for any reason, we will aim to announce such via the Slack announcement channel and Twitter.See our community calendar (and make sure to check the time zone).
With SolarWinds Wifi heatmaps, you can easily customize and make dynamic Wifi heatmaps that get updated at a regular interval of 5 minutes. These automatic Wifi heatmaps provide enhanced coverage visibility and improved monitoring of connected devices. The easy identification of dead signal zones allows you to troubleshoot, make adjustments, and optimize the Wifi experience for end-users. By polling the actual signal strength of access points and connected clients, SolarWinds heatmaps provide much faster and more accurate wireless coverage. To get you started, they offer a 30-day free trial.
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