Do you ever feel that your Wi-Fi equipment isn’t quite delivering the performance that it should? Dead zones, dropped calls, and freezing Skype screens? You’re probably right, and there’s something that you can do about it.
Where Do the Problems Come From?
Many things can go wrong after a WLAN is installed and up and running. Patterns of traffic that the WLAN is carrying can change, and they can change often. The radio environment is dynamic (and it can change quite frequently) due to unexpected interference, new obstructions (doors open and close, you know), the introduction of new equipment, and so forth. Constant performance monitoring is necessary to ensure that the WLAN is operating to meet throughput demands.