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Better WiFi - Design, optimize and troubleshoot WiFi networks

WiFi is everywhere, and most people expect WiFi availability and internet access wherever they go. If they don’t get it, they will go elsewhere or give you an ear full about the lack of service! If your business offers WiFi – or needs to in the near future – there’s a lot to think about. Design, optimize, and troubleshoot better WiFi networks. This book has you covered. Welcome to WiFi Network Design for Dummies, Ekahau Special Edition.



  • How WiFi functions
  • How different business types use WiFi
  • How to build a better WiFi network
  • What factors affect network performance
  • How to resolve common problems
  • Key components of a good network plan
  • 10 WiFi performance boosts
  • How to implement your own WiFi network
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