As an installer of home WiFi systems, I prefer to use Ubiquiti equipment for several reasons. Firstly, Ubiquiti offers many options for different home sizes and setups, so I can easily find the right equipment for each unique installation. Additionally, the user interface for configuring and managing the network is easy to use, both for me as the installer and for the end user.
Installing a home WiFi system with Ubiquiti typically involves the following steps:
Survey the space: Before I start the installation, I survey the space to determine the coverage area, identify potential interference sources, and plan the placement of access points.
Choose the right equipment: Based on the survey results, I choose the appropriate equipment, such as access points, routers, switches, and cabling.
Install the access points: I install the access points in strategic locations to ensure good coverage and minimize interference.
Connect the access points to the network: I connect the access points to the network using either Ethernet cabling or a wireless backhaul, depending on the installation requirements.
Configure the network: I use the Ubiquiti user interface to configure the network, including setting up the SSID, password, and other security features.
Test and optimize: After the installation is complete, I run tests to ensure that the network is working correctly and make any necessary optimizations to improve performance.
In conclusion, installing a home WiFi system with Ubiquiti is a straightforward process that offers reliable and easy-to-use solutions for homeowners. With its wide range of options and user-friendly interface, I can provide my clients with a customized and efficient network that meets their needs.