What are common problems on a WLAN network

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Problems on a WLAN network are classified into the following types:
- Problems at the network side
a) Insufficient bandwidth
b) Link failures
c) License restriction
d) Incorrect configuration

- Problems at the AP side
a) Incorrect AP working mode
b) Power supply failures
c) Faults of network cables connected to APs

- Radio coverage problems
a) Co-channel interference
b) Improper channel distribution
c) Insufficient antenna coverage
d) Faults of passive devices in the antenna system

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What are common problems on a WLAN network
Problems on a WLAN network are classified into the following types: - Problems at the network side a) Insufficient bandwidth b) Link failures c) License restriction d) Incorrect configuration - Problems at the AP side a) Incorrect AP working mode b) Power supply failures c) Faults of network cables connected to APs - Radio coverage problems a) Co-channel interference b) Improper channel distribution c) Insufficient antenna coverage d) Faults of passive devices in the antenna system

Common problems on a WLAN
Problems on a WLAN are classified into the following types: - Network-side problems - Insufficient bandwidth - Link faults - License restraints (only for ACs) - Incorrect configurations - AP-side problems - Incorrect AP working mode - Power supply failures - Faults of network cables connected to APs - Radio coverage problems - Co-channel interference - Improper channel distribution - Insufficient antenna coverage - Faults of components in an indoor distributed WLAN system

Common installation problems of the FusionInsight software
Common WLAN components
Common WLAN components include the following: - Power splitter: splits one channel of signals into two or more channels with equal power. - Coupler: divides a signal on an input port into uneven signals on two output ports. - Attenuator/Load: reduces the amplitude or power of a signal to make the input signal to reach a secure or an ideal level. The load is a special attenuator with unlimited attenuation. The load connects to the unused output radio port, preventing radio interference. - Combiner: combines radio signals of multiple systems and distributes receive signals over one channel to ports of each system without interference. Combiners are classified into single-band combiners and multiple-channel combiners. - Connector: N-type and SMA connector - Protection components: surge protector, outdoor optical fiber tube, ground cable, and waterproof tape

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