Is there a limit to how many separate wifi networks can successfully and securely operate within a given (building) area without interference issues? [migrated]
I work for a multifamily housing developer. We build apartments. In this case, we are building a facility with about 600 beds (~220 separate housing units). The density is that of a typical apartment ...
I am developing a device that consists of a base station and several wireless sensor nodes. In application there may be up to 30 of these devices in a laboratory with up to 5 sensor nodes ...
I know my weather station is on 433 MHz and my home Wi-Fi network is on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. It's ok so far and everything seems to be fine. But I found many cases on the Internet that cheap stations ...
In this post, the ServerFault guys use a fancy tool to map out the WiFi spectrum under normal conditions, with a microwave running, and with a baby monitor on. The baby monitor and microwave cause a ...
I am working on wireless communication system. We are using around 10 pairs of transmitter and receivers. We are using atmega16 microcontroller for encoding and decoding by USART ports. Now we are ...