Deploying In-Building Wireless Solutions
By Alcatel-Lucent
Updated April 2007, Posted August 2008

 

Abstract:

 

Based on the access technologies and applications described above, there are many uses for an in-building wireless system. Each company, with its own unique mission, locations, operations and potential usage, must evaluate its own specific needs when considering this type of technological improvement.

The key to determining the correct solution is to identify the areas that will derive the most benefit from wireless connectivity, and their specific current and future requirements. This information is necessary to select the optimal mix of access technologies that will maximize the organizationís return on investment. Internal operational processes will need to be rewritten to support these new technologies.

Considerations include:

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Current and future business operations and their required bandwidth and latency levels

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Type and availability of mobile devices to be used

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Capital expenditures and recurring operating constraints


A carefully considered and well engineered solution will potentially deliver the best possible return on investment, while providing excellent wireless access services supporting single or multiple access technologies and a variety of applications.

 

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