Monday, August 26, 2013

Identifying SNR range boundaries for signal coverage

One of the most important aspects of planning the installation of wireless access points is to identify the SNR (signal-to-noise) value that defines the range boundary for signal coverage. This SNR value will provide the basis for “good” and “bad” signal coverage areas. When performing a RF site survey and testing signal coverage, you need to know the SNR value that defines the boundary so that it’s possible to determine optimum installation locations for access points. You can learn how to do this by reading our corresponding tutorial. Read More...

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