Indoor / Office Wireless

SanJoseWiFi takes pride in your satisfaction and confidence in our team.  We know that whether you have 5 or 5000 employees relying on the wireless network, they need reliability and the latest cutting edge technologies available.  Our design team will not only make sure to build your network for the current needs but also build it to allow for your business’s future expansions.

When it comes to an office environment, strategic placement is key.  Our engineers use the latest technologies to heat map and analyze your office space.  We are no stranger to difficult environments such as health care facilities where radio waves and radio blocking walls are present.  We factor every foot and every room in your space so that your wireless network can be accessed flawlessly.  The ability to roam between wifi areas is now seamless with the evolving technologies present.

The following IEEE 802.11 standards exist or are in development to support the creation of technologies for wireless local area networking:

  • 802.11a – 54 Mbps standard, 5 GHz signaling (ratified 1999)
  • 802.11b – 11 Mbps standard, 2.4 GHz signaling (1999)
  • 802.11c – operation of bridge connections (moved to 802.1D)
  • 802.11d – worldwide compliance with regulations for use of wireless signal spectrum (2001)
  • 802.11e – Quality of Service (QoS) support (not yet ratified)
  • 802.11F – Inter-Access Point Protocol recommendation for communication between access points to support roaming clients (2003)
  • 802.11g – 54 Mbps standard, 2.4 GHz signaling (2003)
  • 802.11h – enhanced version of 802.11a to support European regulatory requirements (2003)
  • 802.11i – security improvements for the 802.11 family (2004)
  • 802.11j – enhancements to 5 GHz signaling to support Japan regulatory requirements (2004)
  • 802.11k – WLAN system management
  • 802.11l – skipped to avoid confusion with 802.11i
  • 802.11m – maintenance of 802.11 family documentation
  • 802.11n – 100+ Mbps standard improvements over 802.11g (2009)
  • 802.11o – skipped
  • 802.11p – Wireless Access for the Vehicular Environment
  • 802.11q – skipped
  • 802.11r – fast roaming support via Basic Service Set transitions
  • 802.11s – ESS mesh networking for access points
  • 802.11T – Wireless Performance Prediction – recommendation for testing standards and metrics
  • 802.11u – internetworking with 3G / cellular and other forms of external networks
  • 802.11v – wireless network management / device configuration802.11w – Protected Management Frames security enhancement
  • 802.11x – skipped (generic name for the 802.11 family)
  • 802.11y – Contention Based Protocol for interference avoidance