The level of performance is determined by the location of the access point. In other words, where the WiFi site is mounted makes a big difference. This stage of the architectural process is critical since interference or lack of signal propagation must be avoided; these problems render the network slow and even useless if they’re not dealt with accordingly. The access points are connected to the end of a particular wire on your property, regardless of whether it’s marina, hospital, or hotel. The site survey, which is also known as the signal optimization process, determines where the access points need to be, and it also indicates where the hardwire network endpoints need to be cabled.