What methods does an AP use to prevent interference


The AP uses the following methods:
1. Adjusts channels.
2. Multiplexes channels.
3. Adjusts the rate at which packets are sent.
4. Adjusts AP power.
5. Load balances traffic intelligently.

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Preventing signal interference by setting the signal strength of APs
To prevent signal interference, adjust APs' transmit power and increase APs' deployment intervals. You can also use directional antennas and smart antennas to control signal coverage areas and prevent interference.

Influence of co-channel interference on APs
Co-channel interface is a major factor that reduces an AP's maximum throughput. When APs are densely deployed, their signals have a large overlapping coverage area, resulting in severe co-channel interference. In this case, the APs' maximum throughput decreases greatly.

What is the AP bandwidth when an AP does not use the MIMO antenna
Theoretically, the 802.11n APs support at most 150 Mbps bandwidth when not using MIMO antennas.

How to improve an AP's anti-interference capability
APs use the following methods to prevent interference: - Automatically adjust channels. - Multiplex channels. - Adjust packet transmission rates. - Packet-based power control (supported by only Fit APs) - Intelligent load balancing (supported by only Fit APs)

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