Subtotal: 0,00 
No products in the basket.
Peplink Certified Gold Partner Logo

Wi-Fi coverage

ASCEND offers customized WLAN for an all-round good experience. With professional WLAN coverage, you get a perfectly adapted network.

Hands of young female holding digital tablet

How does Wi-Fi coverage help?

Good connectivity is a prerequisite nowadays

The demands on modern Wi-Fi networks have risen sharply. Coverage is a crucial step towards a high-performance WLAN. Plan your network professionally with ASCEND certified survey engineers.

Acting professionally and future-oriented

Builders and architects never leave the planning for water and electrical connections to the gut feeling of others. If you act just as professionally, sustainably and future-oriented with your network structure – Ascend will be happy to support you in this project.

Ecse logo

Wi-Fi coverage with tried-and-tested tools

ASCEND relies on Ekahau software - our technicians are certified accordingly.

Planned illumination prevents unpleasant surprises

Well-planned WLAN coverage saves a lot of trouble. Dissatisfied tenants/users, expensive repairs and having to replace the hardware again are just some of the possible consequences.

This costs time, money and nerves. With planned WLAN coverage, there are no such nasty surprises, because you know the line capacity of your infrastructure and do not overload it.

Internet of things illustration

4 steps to your tailor-made Wi-Fi

Cleanly planned, carefully checked and precisely implemented

More insights -
What does WLAN coverage look like?

Ekahau WLAN Simulation Heatmap
Signal strength

If you only pay attention to the signal strength, you are thinking too short-sightedly

The signal strength is usually the most prominent measured value of a WLAN coverage. However, it should not be the sole focus.

Smooth Wi-Fi communication is comparable to a conversation

Whether you understand your interlocutor in a conversation depends not only on his volume. The environment also plays an important role. Next to a noisy construction site, you can understand each other badly, even if you are already yelling. Likewise, the signal strength of the access point is not the only decisive factor. How can this image be transferred to Wi-Fi communication?

Here, too, it depends on existing disruptive factors in the environment. The signal-to-noise ratio is just as important as the number of access points in the same frequency range and the desired capacity.

Choosing the right access points – planning required

Not every WLAN coverage can be achieved with every access point. Some access points cannot handle certain user densities.

A simple example:

They want to equip a hall with WLAN and are expecting around 1000 people. All those present should be able to vote at the same time. The selected access points serve a maximum of 50 devices. Aha, you think. "Then I need at least 20 of them." Why isn't it that simple? The answer has to do with channel overlap.

Ekahau Simulation AP Quantity
Number of access points
Ekahau simulation channel intersection
Channel overlap

Channel overlap

In the 2.4GHz range, you can only operate a maximum of 4 frequencies side by side without interference. This means that the access points interfere with each other at a certain point. In the 5GHz range, the situation is better, as more frequencies are usually available. As part of our WLAN coverage, we determine the optimum selection of access points and their positions for you.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Broadcast time usage

Only one client can transmit per channel at a time. It takes time for data to be transferred from different clients. At some point, a channel or the airtime on this channel is exhausted. When planning, we take into account how high the occupancy rate will be. If the airtime usage comes close to 100%, the setup must be adjusted. For example, it may be necessary to select other channels or to use more or better access points. Our engineers weigh all the pros and cons of possible customizations to meet network requirements.

Ekahau simulation airtime utilization
Broadcast time usage
Wifi Events Hotspots Illustration

Wi-Fi coverage

Briefly defined

In the case of Wi-Fi coverage, a technician measures the most important parameters of a Wi-Fi network with the aim of optimizing the network. Of central importance is the measurement of signal strength. However, the measurement also makes it possible to find sources of interference and to plan the necessary access points. In addition, WLAN coverage is also used to check the reliability of a WLAN simulation or WLAN planning of new projects.

References for Wi-Fi coverage

St. Anna District Hospital Höchstadt a. d. Aisch


Wilhelm-Spaeth-Straße 2
90461 Nürnberg

Social Media


Germany only

+49 911-148875-20

+49 (0)911 148875-0

The opening hours

Monday to Friday, 09:00 to 18:00

We look forward to hearing from you!