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Analysis of WiFi antenna performance changes
Jan 10, 2018

Analysis of WiFi antenna performance changes

The WiFi antenna plays a huge role in society. The corporate office is a busy and constantly changing environment where Wi-Fi signals can be obscured by obstacles as employees move. In addition, WiFi signals may also be interfered with by other WiFi network signals or employee Bluetooth devices, while tablet, notebook, smartphone and other WiFi devices automatically connect after entering the WiFi network (even though these devices do not require real Using a Wi-Fi network) can also affect the performance experience across the network.

As a result of all this interference, the Wi-Fi network is heavily dropped, causing the wireless device to resend the data, which in turn leads to further congestion in the network. Since many mobile devices do not perform well on Wi-Fi antennas, they often use a lower data rate to stay connected to the access point in an attempt to minimize packet loss.

Due to poor network performance, it is not caused by insufficient bandwidth. Therefore, blindly increasing the network bandwidth does not improve the poor performance experience of Wi-Fi networks. Adding access points can also make the situation worse because more access points create more conflicts and confuse wireless endpoints and do not know which access point to connect to.

One solution is to use smart Wi-Fi device access points, network hardware devices that use special software support, or network devices that are optimized for busy network environments. Aruba Networks' software-based Adaptive Radio-management technology, for example, automatically distributes signal channels and signal power to all access points throughout the network environment and automatically load-balances busy areas to prevent partial networks from being overloaded by a single signal channel.

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