Wi-Fi Network Installation

Wi-Fi Network Installation in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area

Wi-Fi Network Installation

Politon offers several flavors of Wi-Fi installations

  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Politon has installed many BYOD Wi-Fi networks. Typically an IT department preconfigures the AP’s and they just need a reliable resource to install them in their workspace by pulling the data cabling, installing the AP and patching it into the appropriate network switch.  Politon has been a trusted technical resource to perform physical implementations for many IT departments.
  • Full-Service wireless installation. We can help plan, design, implement and test your wireless network from start to finish.  We have installed wifi networks in many different types of environments such as: warehouses, offices spaces, churches, and retail locations. Politon could help implement your Wi-Fi solution and serves the entire Dallas Fort Worth area.

Typically a site survey is needed to determine the most effective and strategic placement of Wi-Fi Access Points.  Once the survey is complete a time is scheduled to install the data cabling and Access Points.  Politon is able to design, install and test a custom built Wi-Fi network that meets the specific structural design of any space.

 

Recent Wi-Fi Network Installation Jobs

Catch Co.

This installation of data cabling in Fort Worth was so we could install wifi access points in the ceiling over there procurement area. Each time the customer pulls an item off the shelf they scan the item and it updates there database on inventory and order fulfillment. The scanners they utilize require wifi and the wifi over there area is specific to the Catch Co account. Our techs utilized the customers scissor lift to install the Cat6 data cabling as well as the customer provided Cisco Access Points approximately thirty feet overhead. The customer tested the access points and saw them online before we left.

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Fan Out Kit Installation

This customer had a very unique situation for us to solve. The owner of a very large business park wanted to have wifi in his RV on the back of his property. Since he travels the country most of the year when he is here to check on his business he wants to have internet access. Our original discussion was to install a Point to Point antenna solution but because of the topography and trees, he felt as though it would not be a reliable solution so he wanted a fiber connection. We decided upon installing a loose tube 6 strand multi-mode fiber cable approximately 1500 feet to his RV from his building. We utilized a fan-out kit on each end and terminated the SC connectors to the fiber inside the fan-out kit. The fan-out kit serves as a support structure for the bare fibers inside loose tub fiber cabling. Once we terminated and tested the fiber we plugged both ends into Gigabit media converters and then patched them into network switches on both ends. On one end was the router with internet connectivity and on the other end was a waterproof box with a media converter that was connected to a switch in the RV with a Ubiquiti Access Point. We created the SSID and password and our customer was very pleased with the connection speed which was over 130Mbs. We considered this a very unusual yet successful project.

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Nano Beam to remote bldg

Our solution consisted of two NanoBeam AC Gen 2 Bridges and two Ubiquiti Ethernet Surge protectors. We mounted the Nano Beams on 1.5" pipe and fastened the surge protector with a self-tapping screw to the pipe through a previously drilled pilot hole. We used 14 gauge ground wire with a crimp-on connector to fasten to the ground portion of the surge protector and ran the wire to building ground.

This solution was pretty simple to build in the shop and mount to the customers' building with metal straps. We had the customer install the management software on their pc since they would be managing this PTP application. We tested the connection which allowed us to see our IP security cameras in the remote building.

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