Jake Snyder of Transmit Failure comments:
One of the guiding principals of the my wireless career has been to engineer wireless networks that meet my customer’s goals. In order to achieve this, I had to break down some of the complexity of RF design into rules to help myself design wireless networks. This is not an exhaustive breakdown of RF engineering processes, but it is some very basic techniques to improve RF design.
But over time these rules either hold true or fall out. Often rules get absorbed into a more generic rule or divide into more specific rules. I’ll attempt to describe the rules and how they function as part of a wireless design.
Great rules to live by from Jake. In a world of “it depends”, some things are tried and true.
Read more at: Jake’s Rules of Wi-FI Design
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