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Overlapping WiFi coverage areas

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by D Yuniskis, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. D Yuniskis

    D Yuniskis Guest

    Hi,

    When faced with the task of blanketing a large
    area (>> that which can be covered by a single
    AP), are there some basic guidelines to follow?
    Beyond the stipulation to arrange AP's in triads
    such that no two adjacent share a channel (1,6,11),
    how worthwhile is it to tune Tx power, etc.?
    What are the likely *dynamic* elements that
    will cause performance to change, over time
    (e.g., walking water-bags, etc.)? What are
    good *quantitative* criteria that can be used
    in establishing the initial topology?

    Thx,
    --don
     
    D Yuniskis, Oct 14, 2010
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