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Wireless Lan Infrastructure

Wireless LAN infrastructure is essential for providing reliable and scalable connectivity in environments such as offices, public spaces, and homes.

Wireless Lan
In today's world, wireless LAN infrastructure has become increasingly important due to the rise of remote work and the proliferation of mobile devices. With more people working from home and using mobile devices to access corporate resources, the need for reliable and secure wireless connectivity has never been greater.
OPPO is committed to providing our customers with the best possible user experience,To ensure optimal WLAN performance, we utilize advanced technologies and best practices in WLAN design and implementation. This includes performing site surveys and heatmaps analysis to identify potential interference and optimize WLAN coverage and performance.
WLAN design

Scenarios where WLAN may be used:

In Office environment.

In an office environment, WLAN is essential for providing connectivity to employees and guests. WLAN allows employees to work from anywhere within the office premises, improving collaboration and productivity. It also enables guests to access the internet and other resources, making it easier for them to conduct business while on-site.

In Public spaces

WLAN is becoming increasingly common in public spaces such as airports, shopping malls, and cafes. This provides visitors with free or paid access to the internet, making it easier for them to stay connected while on the go. In these scenarios, WLAN must be designed to handle high traffic and provide secure access to prevent unauthorized access.

In Manufacturing facilities

In manufacturing facilities, WLAN is used to support a variety of applications, including inventory management, quality control, and production monitoring. WLAN allows workers to access real-time data and collaborate with colleagues, improving efficiency and productivity. It can also be used to support automation and robotics, enabling machines to communicate with each other and with human operators.