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Title: is this what was intended for wifi?
Post by: Pete Erskine on November 12, 2015, 12:19:31 pm
Spectrum at my event today.
Three multi accesspoint systems all together each with 30 AP.

AND lighting is using wireless DMX!
Title: Re: is this what was intended for wifi?
Post by: Henry Cohen on November 12, 2015, 03:16:54 pm
Spectrum at my event today.
Three multi accesspoint systems all together each with 30 AP.

AND lighting is using wireless DMX!

In a sense, yes. The spectrum and protocols were intended to be environments for large or small numbers of users to occupy more or less simultaneously and letting the equipment deal with the spectrum use/congestion details (basically latency). So what if a web page or email down loads a little slower? So what if a light cue happens a second or so late :-)
Title: Re: is this what was intended for wifi?
Post by: frank kayser on November 12, 2015, 04:10:02 pm
Spectrum at my event today.
Three multi accesspoint systems all together each with 30 AP.

AND lighting is using wireless DMX!


So what you're saying is that all this is basically being generated by one network "system" .
ow.
frank