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Wireless fringe coverage

b.withrow
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Looking for anyone that has had a similiar experience.

In our warehouse we have areas of coverage that get into the single digits of SNR. This has been acceptable with our telnet application. What we have noticed lately is, in the fringe areas, when there is increased client activity (20 - 30 clients) the response times really get bad. So I am wondering if the number associated clients on a fringe area of coverage would affect the throughput and latency of the WLAN? Any input is appreciated. I know I can add an AP to solve the immediate problem, but we are trying to be good about staying with no greater than a %15 overlap of cells and at the same time keep all RF inside the building.

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You can check in the Wireless Troubleshooting Center(http://129.41.16.73/wireless/home).

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