The signals used by the wireless network are radio waves, just like any other radio signal, which makes them susceptible to different types of interference. This interference can be the result of something that is external and natural or man-made. An important aspect in the design, implementation, and troubleshooting process is figuring out where the problems related to interference might be. Sometimes the problems are created by network engineers, for example, setting the wrong frequencies on access points that end up creating interference they were trying to avoid in the first place.
Interference can come from different places. Some . . .
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