Wireless / WiFi Network Installation & rollout Services


Wireless Deployment & Solutions for Enterprises and Government/Municipal Organizations locally and nationwide

The wireless networking market will replace majority of copper cabling installation and infrastructures by 2015 ( read more detail WiFi Network Installation 2011 - 2017 ).

Innova is an expert in WiFi planning , site survey , design , pre  and post implementation process  .

Wi-FI Planning:

Innova Network plan supports 802.11a/b/g/n

  • Includes a wide variety of 802.11n MIMO APs and antennas
  • Supports 802.11n parameters like SGI, Greenfield Mode, and multiple spatial streams (MIMO)

Placement of access points based on requirements
  • Channel optimization
  • Crystal-clear representation of network characteristics on the map
  • Visualizes the impact of wall materials and floor-to-floor coverage
  • Access point database from all major AP manufacturers
  • Database of 400 Wi-Fi antennas
The problem with upcomming networks is not just coverage: With all the smartphones and tablets joining the laptops and other Wi-Fi devices, the network capacity may easily become the bottleneck.

Innova Global Site Survey provides excellent analyzing network capacity, and troubleshooting issues caused by insufficient WI-Fi capacity.
Wireless devices such as tablets and its usage in corporate has forced IT manager to grow their WIFI network  rapidly , this is clearly fueled by  businesses that are discovering  the productivity benefits of going wire-free. The increased mobility that WiFi  networks offers and  operational benefits throughout many  organizations are rapidly realized . Facilities and such as :

  • Manufacturing facilities WIFI network
  • Small and large retail store WIFI network
  • Large enterprises WIFI network
  • Convention centers WIFI network
  • Restaurant chains and coffee houses WIFI network
  • Warehouses WIFI network
  • Transportation depot WIFI network
  • Hotels WIFI network
  • Airports WIFI network
  • Hospitals WIFI network
  • college campuses WIFI network
  • Large enterprises WIFI network
  • Schools WIFI network
  • Cities and municipalities WIFI network
  • Corporate office and branch offices WIFI network
  • Conference rooms WIFI network

Innova has developed a distinct competency in executing on local wireless LANs (WLANs) installation and large scale wireless/wifi  national rollouts.

Innova is a "total solution provider A-Z " for all your organization network infrastructure needs few  locations or 100s of nationwide  locations.

Innova cloud base ( Google engine ) collaborative and communicative Project Management Tool  manages all fasts  of the rollout at highest quality and lowest cost. We guarantee no go backs .

Wireless consulting services include:

  • Enterprise WiFi Hotspots
  • Outdoor Broadband Wireless / WiFi
  • Wifi Cellular Boost / Signal Enhancement / Amplifiers Repeaters Installation
  • Wireless / WiFi For Multimedia (business telephone / voip, CCTV, hand held scanners, point of sale / POS, digital signage, paging and music systems, etc.)
  • Point to Point Wireless
  • Point to Multi-Point Wireless
  • Fixed Wireless Access
  • Wireless VOIP
  • Mobile Wireless Access

Innova Wireless site Survey

A wireless site survey is a physical survey of the premises where the wireless network will be installed. A survey identifies optimal locations to place access points so the network can provide 100% wireless coverage, and maximum performance within the desired area.

When considering the use of wireless equipment, it is extremely difficult to predict the propagation of radio waves and detect the presence of interfering signals without the use of specialized test equipment. Even with omni-directional antennas, radio waves do not travel the same distance in all directions. Walls, doors, elevator shafts, people, and other obstacles offer varying degrees of attenuation, which cause the radio frequency (RF) radiation pattern to be irregular and unpredictable. As a result, an RF site survey should be performed to understand fully the behavior of radio waves within a facility before installing any wireless devices.

The goal of an RF site survey is to gather enough information and data to determine the number and placement of access points that will provide the coverage required. Coverage required usually means the support of a minimum data rate in a given area. An RF site Survey will also detect the presence of radio interference coming from other sources that could degrade the performance of the wireless LAN.

The need and complexity of an RF site survey will vary depending on the size of the facility and the work that is to be accomplished. A site survey is a good idea for the use of any wireless device because without a survey, users could end up with inadequate coverage and suffer from low performance in some areas. The purchase of wireless equipment is no small expenditure, so it is best not to leave any portion of the project up to chance.

To ensure the accuracy of the final site survey report that Innova delivers, only the latest and most sophisticated equipment is used. Handheld Spectrum Analyzers are used as a guiding tool to begin the survey. Afterwards, actual equipment is tested and retested, and then finally the report is generated with the consulting of the facility manager for current or future plans

Innova Wireless / WiFi ( Wlan ) Installation & Services:

 Innova will integrate the WiFi system into your current network as well as install all the required wireless equipment and certify its operation. All cabling and power runs should be done and tested prior to the installation of access points.

Below is a list of activities that one might expect during an installation:

  • Mounting of access points
  • Installation of enclosures on case-by-case basis (physical security)
  • Mounting of antennas
  • Connection of antennas to access points
  • Connection of Backbone LAN to access points
  • Connection of power to access points
  • Installation and connection of remote power system
  • Verification of coverage
High Capacity WiMAX
  • Multi-Service Mesh Networks   
  • Point to Point Wireless   
  • Point to Multi-Point Wireless   
  • Fixed Wireless Access   
  • Wireless VOIP
  • Mobile Wireless Access   
  • Wireless Video Surveillance   
  • Public Safety Solutions
Common applications include:

  • Business customer aggregation   
  • Enterprise/Campus Inter-building Connectivity   
  • City-wide Municipal Networks   
  • Wireless Backhaul/Circuit Replacement
  • Wireless / WiFi Equipment Installation

Innova is "vendor agnostic and independent " therefore we can install nationwide wireless / WiFi equipment from practically any wireless / WiFi vendor. Some of the equipment we have installed to date includes :
  • Cisco
  • Psion Teklogix
  • PSC   
  • Symbol   
  • Intermec   
  • Avaya   
  • Tropos 

Wireless / WiFi Network Types Include:

  • 802.11g   
  • 802.11b   
  • 802.11n   
  • 802.11a   
  • Wireless Mesh   
  • Mobile WiMAX   
  • Broadband / 3G Cellular Data

For WiFi and Point to Point Wireless Solutions:
  • Altai Technologies 
  • Proximetry   
  • AirTegrity   
  • Firetide

For In Building Cellular Solutions:
  • LGC Wireless   
  • Ruckus
Project Management     

Project Initiation Development
Work with clients to develop projects scopes, strategies and defining recovery requirements both for the business units and IT departments. Supported the identification of key roles and responsibilities, and the critical functions for both business and IT. 

Program Management Office (PMO) Development

Develop and implement a Program Management Office (PMO), which creates methodology and actions, needed for effective PMO operations. Defined and outlined several key functions including: Program Management, Program Administration, Issue and Risk management, Process Documentation, Quality management and a Communications Plan. Develop the organizational charts, skill sets, procedures and documentation needed for all disciplines identified. Assisted in the Design and implementation of an Issue/Risk tracking system. 

Project Management

All contracts have various phases that requires management. Develop financial management and budgets required in the strategy planning process. 

Process Development

Develop procedures for networks and network recovery operations to include: capacity planning, change management, service level agreements, security, operational procedures, profitability analysis and budgeting processes. 

Testing, Maintenance, Training

Develop test plans with scenarios to cover all testing methods. Focused on verifying that recovery strategies and action plans are viable, accomplishing recovery milestones, improving team member's understanding of their roles in recovery and if dependencies and intra-dependencies are managed.
WiFi / WLAN Network Design / Engineering

Deployment of a wireless network requires careful planning. User requirements and objectives need to be evaluated and a site survey must be undertaken to determine possible sources of interference. WiFi Networks can be tricky to implement in high interference areas, be incompatible with existing equipment and can open up security risks. WLANs are best used in addition to - rather than a replacement to wired networks. Our engineers will assure proper planning when designing and implementing your wireless network. The complexity of your network will vary depending on the obstacles within and the size of your facility.
RF Tests & Site Surveys

A site survey is always performed first. This is a physical survey of the customer's premises to locate the best possible places to install access points and ensure 100% wireless coverage and optimum performance.

Before installing any wireless devices we perform a radio frequency (RF) test in order to better understand the behavior of radio waves within a facility. This is recommended because various obstacles such as doors, walls, elevator shafts and people might affect the radio frequency pattern, causing it to be irregular and unpredictable. Even if you are using omni-directional antennas, radio waves do not travel the same distance in all directions. The RF test can also detect any radio interference that might come from other sources and could affect the performance of the wireless LAN negatively. The ultimate goal of the site survey and RF test is to help determine the number and placement of the access points.
Access Points - WLAN Installation

Innova will integrate the WiFi system into your current network as well as install all the required wireless equipment and certify its operation. All cabling and power runs should be done and tested prior to the installation of access points.

Below is a list of activities that one might expect during an installation:
  • Mounting of access points   
  • Installation of enclosures on case-by-case basis (physical security)   
  • Mounting of antennas   
  • Connection of antennas to access points   
  • Connection of Backbone LAN to access points   
  • Connection of power to access points   
  • Installation and connection of remote power system   
  • Verification of coverage
Configuration of access points and hardware to include:
Proper firmware level   
Radio information (SSID, channel, bit rate)   
IP addresses   
Verification of backbone connectivity 

The Advantages of WiFi Networks / WLANs


the most obvious and significant advantage of WiFi networks. Workers can access shared resources without looking for a cable and a place to plug in.

Range of coverage

coverage of a WLAN node can be extended by the use of access points.

Ease of use

users need very little information to take advantage of a WLAN because it is transparent to a user's network operating system

Installation speed and flexibility 
installation of a WLAN system can be fast and easy and can eliminate the need to pull cable

 through walls and ceilings. Furthermore, wireless LAN enables networks to be set up where wires might be impossible to install.


Wireless networks can be designed to be extremely simple or complex. WiFi networks can support large numbers of nodes and large physical areas by adding access points to extend coverage.

Reduced cost of ownership

particularly in dynamic environments requiring frequent modifications' thanks to minimal cabling and installation costs per device and user. WLANs simplify moving, additions, and changes, the indirect costs of user downtime and administrative overhead are reduced.