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Wifi between Buildings 385ft Apart [closed]

I administer a network where they've built a new building on the property that is 385ft from the main building. The ground between the buildings is completely paved and the owner wants to avoid a ...
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2answers
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Wireless link frequency choice (900Mhz vs 5.8Ghz) for 2-3km distance

I have recently been contracted by a client of mine to facilitate the wireless communication of his "home" offices and a secondary site. The primary site is the top two floors of a 5-story office ...
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2answers
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Industry standard for minimum Wifi signal strength?

Is there an industry standard for how strong a Wifi signal needs to be in order to have a reliable connection? For example, maybe Wifi endpoints are designed to the specification that they connect ...
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1answer
180 views

How to mask out wireless by blocking a neighboring WiFi Access Point [closed]

I surely hope this question is not a duplicate of another; I had difficulty finding a cut and dry solution for this on my own, so I thought I might have some luck sharing it with the Hive Mind of ...
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1answer
55 views

Wifi Signal Strengths [closed]

I hope that I have asked this question in the right topic. Basically I use BT (In the U.K.) and I have problems with my router receiving a weak signal in certain rooms of the house, which, therefore ...
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7answers
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Wireless network signal strength troubleshooting… where to start?

Here is the information displayed by the wireless router (see end of post). The problem is that my netbook does not get any signals from the router if moved more than 3 feet (yup, three feet) away ...