As the terminals operated at a frequency of 2.4 GHz, and because the main requirement was setting up a Wi-Fi network that would have priority to secure the terminal's operation, the coverage of all required spaces was achieved using a slightly smaller number of access point than it would have been the case if the plan called for devices that operate at a frequency of 5 GHz. For such devices it would be necessary to plan for a 25–30% larger number of access points to ensure that the coverage was the same as the current plan with the 2.4 GHz frequency.
Maidea offered equipment made by Aerohive Networks
, a regional partner. AP122 access points were placed in the covered areas of the shopping malls, while the AP1130 model was used in outdoor areas. Following the initial installation, a signal quality measurement was repeated to demonstrate that the implemented solution meets the requirements of the client.
The Aerohive infrastructure provided the shopping mall with a perfect solution according to their needs. It enabled users unfettered Internet access. The infrastructure and new access points can now be easily managed.