Optimasi Penempatan Lokasi Access Point dengan Metode Simulated Annealing dan Trilateration (Studi Kasus: Universitas Budi Luhur)

by Hidayatul Ichwan, Mardi Hardjianto

Abstrak – Wireless technology, better known as Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi (Wirelles Fidelity) is a wireless connection that connects computer networks, such as mobile phones that use radio technology so that users can transfer data quickly and safely. The need for Wi-Fi is clearly visible, both at home, in offices, on campus, and business centers. Wi-Fi user traffic is getting higher, but the installation of Access Points is not right yet, many installed access points do not determine the distance between access points. Causes signal buildup with other access points and areas not covered by the access point or blankspot area. The number of improper access point installations is a problem, namely unstable Wi-Fi connections and many places that are not covered by Wi-Fi or blankspot signals. One of the methods used in determining the installation of an access point is to use the Simulated Annealing and Trilateration method. This study will discuss the optimization of the installation of access points using the trilateration method used to measure the distance between access points and Simulated Aneling is used to measure the strength of Wi-Fi signals. From the results of installing Access Points using the method of trialteration and simulated annealing can reduce the blankspot area and reduce the buildup of signals with other access points.