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Thread: 2.4 GHz transmission drop-outs

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    Question 2.4 GHz transmission drop-outs

    I am seeing a behavior on the time graph that I do not understand. I will be monitoring half a dozen AP's, 2.4 band only, and will see a 10 -30 dBm dropout that lasts for a few msecs. This appears to happen randomly and across various AP manufacturers. I am not connected to any AP while viewing the time graph. Has anyone else seen this type of behavior or know why I'm seeing it?

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    Thx
    dskrove
    Last edited by dskrove; 12-03-2012 at 01:49 PM.

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    There could be another device running in 2.4GHz that is creating noise and causing the dropouts. It could be frequency-hopping, which explains why all of the access points aren't dropping at the exact same time. What channels are they running on?

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    These three are in a controlled (as controlled as can be... ) environment, hard set to 1, 6 and 11. I've tried varying the transmission power from anywhere from 1% to 100% with the same results.

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