CEO, CTO, & Founder of RF Engineering and Energy Resource
Thomas Mansfield has over 35 years in designing and manufacturing products for the Automotive/Telecommunications industry. As CEO/President, he co-founded RF Engineering in 2009. He oversees every facet of the engineering department of RF Engineering, from designing to sourcing, prototyping to production.
Mansfield's telecommunication career started back with the management of production of one of the first satellite antennas, after many years in the automotive industry as a tool and dye maker. His vision for design has created many antennas and products for the wireless communication industry for years, starting with grid antennas for the Motorola Canopy radio years ago. He has worked with major players in the industry, both domestic and internationally.
[Wi-Fi] is all about the frequency, because the lower the frequency, the more it can penetrate steel, concrete, the ground, anything.
Because your project is focused on cybersecurity, you need to keep the signal's frequency and bandwidth in mind when developing your product.
I would recommend looking into directional antennas. If you are trying to control the coverage, you can basically pinpoint the exact areas of the building that you want to cover.