HOTSPOTS

ENGAGE YOUR CUSTOMERS AND INCREASE THEIR LOYALTY

Brand your WiFi Hotspot service with your logo, colors and company info, collect customer data and use them for your advertising campaigns, thanks to WiSpot and its powerful WiFi marketing features.

GuestBook

Allow your customers to write certified reviews about your business and your services and to read the best feedbacks written by others.

You are notified every time a user leaves a comment. You can read the reviews in real time by accessing the web control panel, choosing whether to approve or to discard them as you wish. With a single click tou can also share the best feedbacks on your favorite social network, increasing the visibility of your business.

Social WiFi

allow your customers to get access through their favorite social networks credentials. Thus, you will collect their profile data (name, surname, age, gender, email address) and use them for your marketing campaigns.

User Data Collection

Would you like to have your customers contact details available and send them coupons, offers and promotions?

Persistent Connection

Once your users are connected, they’ll no longer have to deal with passwords or pin codes! Forever (or until you decide).

Whether they reconnect 10 minutes after their first login or one month later, (if their account is still valid) users will be automatically online. without any interruption of service.

Make them feel as if they were connected to their home’s wifi!

Demos below!

Best Practices

The below chart is the guideline I use when designing wireless networks and it has worked well for us.

This is especially important to follow now that users are toting around multiple wireless devices with varying transmit and receive sensitivities.

Having good access point density will provide optimal wireless client experiences and less aggravation when you have to add on later because someone sold you a bad bill of goods.

2×2 mimo recommended 40-60 users

2×2 MIMO, for example, indicates two antennas at the transmit end and 2 antennas at the receive end, the minimum required by the draft 802.11n standard.

3×3 mimo  recommended 60-80 users

Final Thoughts

The amount of users an access point can handle is a tricky question to answer. Like a lot of things in wireless, there are many variables at play that can impact your wifi performance.

Ultimately, getting it right takes a lot of time and money to be properly certified as well as a lot of experience.

There’s a big difference between what should work and what actually does. If you’re unsure about exactly what you’ll need, please don’t guess, it will only cost you more in the long-run.


At SecurEdge we’re experts at wireless network design, implementation and support. If you have any questions about your current Wi-Fi network or would like to discuss an upcoming project, please contact us here—we’re ready to help.

 

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