Do you know where your customers are?
Let one of our CQ Files
instantly qualify your new customers.
will custom-prepare a CQ File for you that allows you to simply
type in the address of a potential customer and immediately
determine if that customer is located in your wireless coverage
area. With our new low prices, can you afford NOT to
use a CQ File?
- Customer Qualification File
our CQ File
with Google Earth
after your network is deployed.
You can confirm that your network covers (or your future network
will cover) specific customer areas or street addresses. Qualify
a new customer while they are still on the phone! Seeing
is believing - that's why we invite you to try a CQ
File for yourself. It's easy, just
1. Download the latest Google
from Google. http://earth.google.com/download-earth.html
Start Google Earth. If you're new to Google Earth, here's a
to the "Getting Started" page.
here to download a trial CQ File. This is an real-world
file (Multi Site Wireless Network Sample.kmz) that allows you
to see the coverage provided by a multi-tower wireless ISP.
3. The green that you see is the coverage area of all of the
tower sites combined. On the left-hand Google Earth menu, you
can check or uncheck (turn on or turn off) each tower site individually
to see the coverage area from each tower. You can also check
or uncheck the individual names of each tower site. All of the
Google Earth features, zooming, tilting, viewing from any compass
direction, control of layer density, etc. are fully functional.
4. Try checking to see if a specific street address is within
the coverage area. Here are two sample addresses. Cut and paste
them one at a time into the "Fly To" window in the
upper left-hand corner Google Earth "Search" box.
Yellow Wood Rd, Sauk Centre, MN
820 Commerce Rd, Long Prairie, MN
Using a CQ File makes checking wireless coverage
is so easy that anyone in your organization can do it in
Before you design an outdoor point-to-point wireless link, use
confirm that you have a clear wireless "line-of-sight"
path. If your path is partially obstructed or if you don't have
enough fade margin, your link will be slow, unreliable or may
not work at all. A 4P Map reveals how high your
antennas need to be, how much antenna gain you need and how
much transmitter power and receiver sensitivity you need.
- Actionable Business Data
Talk with us about our customized
maps can combine wireless coverage, exact physical location,
plus detailed customer information. GIS Insight Maps
can display wireless network data, wired network data, population
density, income levels, or any other geographically-based customer
data in ways that provide insight into improving the efficiency
and the profitability of your business.
You can determine how many business or residential customers
are within your coverage areas - along with the names and the
addresses of those customers. You can do customer capacity planning
and prepare address lists for marketing campaigns. You can create
maps that are limited only by your creativity.
Use our GIS Insight Maps as a business intelligence
tool. Compare actual revenue to potential revenue. Evaluate
the business value of merger and acquisition candidates. Show
investors the graphical evidence that supports your business
plan. Our GIS Insight Maps allow you to make decisions
based on empirical data, not just on intuition. Put your own
creativity to work - tell us what you would like to see and
we'll work with you to make your data visible and actionable.
to ten access points - $ 180
Eleven or more access points - $ 120 each
link - $ 180.
Please ask for a quote.
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