Chapter 10. System Architecture Considerations

The architecture of a wireless LAN (WLAN) describes the interconnection of primary components that provide major functions, including signal coverage, security, and special applications, such voice communications. Always consider the architecture during the initial design of the WLAN to ensure that requirements are met. This chapter provides options and tips for defining an effective architecture for a WLAN system. The forthcoming chapters will cover the more details of the design, such as assigning access point channels and ...

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