Chapter 11. Range, Performance, and Roaming Considerations

When designing a wireless LAN (WLAN), take care to ensure that the WLAN will satisfy requirements for signal coverage, performance, and roaming. Problems related to these items often crop up when supporting a WLAN, generally due to designers not considering all relevant elements of the design. This chapter provides insight and addresses important elements you should consider to avoid these problems.

Range Versus Performance

It would be great if WLANs had unlimited range and performance. If this were true, the job of designing a WLAN would be ...

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