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Tips for Smarter WLAN Design
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ronwalczak
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ronwalczak,
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12/12/2013 | 4:41:00 PM
Re: Toughest Environment for WLANs?
A Metal Forge/Stamping Plant

Every surface was metal and the presses were 20' high and cast iron.

Lots of LOW powered APs to reduce multi-path interference
Drew Conry-Murray
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Drew Conry-Murray,
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12/12/2013 | 2:56:39 PM
Toughest Environment for WLANs?
Just curious to know what the most difficult environment is you've worked in with regard to deploying a wireless network.
JayHoogy
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JayHoogy,
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12/12/2013 | 12:45:53 PM
Very informative and several good topics to consider
Very informative article and well written.  Several of these tips can be easily missed while planning for and deploying wireless networks.  Certainly shows the importance of site surveys!  Even more important, it shows how having a knowledgeable professional conducting the site survey can make the difference between wireless headaches and a successfull installation.  Thank you for the information!
glaus
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glaus,
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12/12/2013 | 8:43:43 AM
Great article and "tips" by Ron Walczak regarding "Smarter WLAN Design"!
Very informative and well written article by Ron Walczak, PMP, RCDD, CWNA, CWSP. 

Ron is certainly one of best in the industry and you are always guaranteed a very concise "design", as well as a precise "scope of work" from Ron. 

 

 


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