Interference Sources on the WiFi Network


Download The number of companies that consider their wireless network to be mission critical continues to grow. With this trend comes the increasing need for optimal performance. When performance issues come up, user complaints range: I'm unable to connect; the network's too slow; my connection keeps dropping. So what's the cause? Interference. The common cause of the all-too-common problem of tested wireless networks failing to perform to expectations. This eBook offers up the best practices to identify and mitigate interferers right the first time so you can spend your time on the next issue rather than troubleshooting the last one.

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