The WiFi engineers at Suite Office Systems have designed and implemented high-density WiFi for a large number of clients. We deploy fast and optimal speeds and voiceover WiFi (VoWiFi), including phones, bar-code scanners or softphone applications like Skype and Jabber.
Our delivery consultants can assist with internal stakeholder information sessions, deployment of hardware and switching configuration, change control, constructing and assisting with UAT (user acceptance testing), assistance with onboarding of end-users to the wireless LAN and user training.
WiFi Services Include
Many of Our Wireless Solutions Include
Dead Zone Elimination
We have many solutions that can send signals through or around walls to provide secure internet in every corner of the building.
We can get rid of those spots where the WiFi signal just doesn’t work and light up your whole office or warehouse area.
Blazing Fast Speeds
With speeds just as fast and secure as your wired connection, you won’t even know you are on a wireless connection.
Now you can get up and use any mobile device with constant, reliable internet anywhere you go within your building.
Cellular Signal Boosters
Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
What is the best DAS design for your building? Suite Office Systems offers free pre-testing of signal strength and site surveys. During this process, one of our engineers will come on-site to assess your building or venue. This helps us provide you with the knowledge you need to choose the best system for your needs.
There are three main types of Distributed Antenna System (DAS) designs: passive, active and hybrid. The most common system recommended today is a hybrid DAS, which is considered the best option about 60% of the time. Active systems are recommended around 32% of the time, while passive systems are applied about 6% of the time. Passive systems are the simplest and most affordable to install, but they do not offer the same reliability as the other types. A passive DAS is more commonly found in smaller buildings with fewer interruptions to RF signals. Active systems are the most complex and provide the greatest coverage. Active systems are used in larger buildings with a lot of RF signal loss. Lastly, hybrid systems offer the best of both worlds by combining the technology used in active and passive systems.