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Would a high wifi beacon rate from a neighboring network cause problems on my network?

I am using Aerohive APs on my network. Every day or two, there's an incident where one of the APs gives clients virtually no throughput. A restart restores performance to normal. Looking at the AP's ...
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New server causing weird noise in headphones and speakers; Is this electromagnetic interference? What's causing it?

I work for a small radio station that recently acquired a refurbished Dell PowerEdge 1950 server. After placing it in the server room along with several other servers and sound processing hardware ...
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Adjacent channel versus co-channel interference

What is the difference between the two in terms of affecting signal strength or performance? Where I work, everything is on channel 1 6 and 11 for the 2.4GHz spectrum and I've been told that ...
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Is there a minimum distance between UPS and Cat 6 cabling?

We've just re-wired our Sales Office using Cat 6 cabling into a new data rack. The cable loops down at the base, in case we need to use that slack in the future to re-terminate it, or to cover any ...
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Wireless LAN interference

I have set up at wireless LAN network in a small office, connected to a ADSL connection. Using a wired connection between a computer and the router, I get the expected ~8.5 Mbps down, and ~1 Mbps up. ...
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Need a solutions for wi-fi interferences at large convention

I had some wireless connection problem with our automation machines at a convention (2000+ people). We control our machines wirelessly. Each of our machines has a Wi-Fi box, serves as an AP. Then ...
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Office drones want wireless mice. How can I avoid interference?

There were a handful of mice bought before I got here and they've had bad issues with random clicks, movements, and pauses. They've also had some issues getting them synced. They're using 27MHz RF. ...
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What happens when wifi channels overlap?

There are many pages on the web advising the use of wifi channels 1, 6 and 11 only, so that your wifi channels don't overlap. Obviously this makes sense when you only have your network do deal with, ...
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Is it possible for EMI to affect power on?

I have a server that boots fine everyone in the office except for in the room I want to put it in. When I put it in that room it won't even get to the loading Windows screen it simply gets stuck in a ...
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wireless access point location relative to switches and other routers

any chance that wireless access point, wrt54g type with ddwrt, could cause a cisco router to go buggy and drop dhcp requests and other network issues? looking for some advice as the units are within ...
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gitosis interferes with hadoop

Never thought I'd write a title like that, but it's true I have gitosis and hadoop installed. > sudo /usr/lib/hadoop/bin/start-all.sh Enter passphrase for key '/root/.ssh/id_rsa': ...
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Will we have interferance or reliability issues with many bluetooth devices in a small area

How many bluetooth headsets can exist in a small space without there being interference or reliability issues? We're about to switch our phone infrastructure to IP. New phones are on the way and we ...