Conducting a thorough site survey is essential when designing a communication network.
Without it, coverage and performance can never be optimized.
A do-it-yourself site survey is far better than none. However, when leaving this task to Danimex, you make sure you get the best performance from your investment.
Our experience tells us how to avoid blind spots in coverage, how to extend range at no extra costs by utilizing landscape features and how to optimize the number of repeaters necessary.
As the word "site survey" indicates, site surveys needs to be done on site.
And not only the terrain or vegetation of the countryside matter when conducting site surveys, but also interference from other installations, power lines, larger structures and such.
At a site survey the countryside is analyzed with respect to the desired radio coverage.
The resulting recommendation should then suggest the required number and positioning of repeaters and masts, as well as choice of hardware and options.