How to Deal with Wireless Dead Spots

By Gerry Blackwell | Posted July 11, 2011
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Is your business or home office plagued by spotty Wi-Fi coverage? We look at different issues that can cause dead spots in wireless networks and what you can do to fix the problem or -- even better -- prevent it from occurring in the first place.

Our wireless networking experts and colleagues at Wi-Fi Planet examine both the problem and the cure. Just click on the link below to read the complete story.

It’s the bane of existence for wireless network designers, administrators and home owners with wireless networks, too: the dreaded dead spot or coverage hole. Everywhere else in your home or office, you get excellent Wi-Fi coverage, but in one or two places, coverage inexplicably disappears or is very poor.

Read the complete article: How to Reanimate Dead Spots in Wi-Fi Networks

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