Month: December 2014

The Need For Continual Monitoring

2.4GHz interference advances with the determination of General George S. Patton, perhaps with General “Chesty” Puller as a teammate. BYOD, IoT, and STUFF fuels the onslaught. Because of so many devices (Wi-Fi, other types of communication devices, and unintentional interference sources) being haphazardly thrown into the 2.4GHz band both now and in the immediate future, …

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Measuring and Annotating Wall Attenuation for Predictive RF Site Surveys

Like all other “survey” related tasks, measuring and annotating wall attenuation starts with marking up a floor plan. While the tiny print makes Figure-2 a little difficult to read, hopefully an explanation of what you’re viewing will help you understand the tasks that were performed. Most experienced Wi-Fi engineers will tell you that there’s no …

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