Wireless communications equipment often costs a lot of money. Given that fact, it follows that you need to be very careful when procuring such equipment. In other words, you can’t afford to approach the procurement of wireless communications equipment in the same way that you would approach the procurement of cheap sweepstakes tickets.
Firstly, you need to ensure that the wireless communication equipment you procure will be perfectly compatible with the system you already have in place, or with the system you are planning to put in place. If, for instance, you have a network that is based on an Huawei network , and you proceed to buy equipment from, say, Cisco, you may end up with a situation where you encounter compatibility problems. In the worst case scenario, you can actually be forced to buy other pieces of wireless communication equipment, after what you bought initially turns out to be totally incompatible with the system you have in place.
Secondly, you need to ensure that the wireless communication equipment you procure will be easy to maintain.
Thirdly, you need to ensure that the wireless communication equipment you procure will not become obsolete too soon. It is often better to spend a little more money, and get equipment that won’t become obsolete too soon.