This paper gives insights on extending a proposed remote seat booking prototype across campus and how to deploy the network sensors and controllers over a wide range based on computer simulations. A typical floor of an actual building at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China was picked to perform the network simulation. That includes a variety of common study rooms, computer rooms, and administrative rooms. The floor is divided into regions and rooms based on a few factors such as the room's nature, size, and function of each region. The simulation of the proposed network is presented and analyzed using different scenarios for different rooms. In each simulation scenario, end-to-end delay, and global MAC throughput were considered to evaluate the network performance. A compromise between those two factors was made to maintain the proposed system, cost-effective, flexible, and maintain power consumption reduction. The findings show that the network design, topology, and the total number of sensor nodes will generally depend on the region or the room size where the network is implemented.