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Compute rf behavior and mimo 7 compute rf behavior

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COMPUTE RF BEHAVIOR AND MIMO 7 Compute RF Behavior Calculate each of the five measurements in the project by performing every step in sequence. In your own words, summarize what you have learned concerning RF behavior. Calculations Step 4 (dBm of 1W): ____30 dB ____________ Step 11 (max gain): __-81.538 dB __________ Step 15 (.11g free space loss): 0.9434762150796663 dB Step 17 (.11a free space loss) -5.474469367710745 dB Step 19 (link budget): ____________________ Summary of RF Behavior In your own words, summarize what you have learned concerning RF behavior from your calculations, readings, and research. Begin section here RF behavior use to be a mysterious topic before seeing these calculations. Using calculations like these are a necessity for setting up a wireless network or to even to help optimize current networks. Working with wireless is a completely different “animal” compared to traditional wired networks but some of the concepts are very similar especially dealing with signal loss. 7
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COMPUTE RF BEHAVIOR AND MIMO 8 MIMO Introduction What is MIMO? What’s the history? What issues are addressed? What are the goals? MIMO is multiple-input, multiple-output. Basically devices use multiple radio devices within one device to communicate from. More radio devices can equate to faster speeds and can support 802.11n. Using multiple radios can also create redundancy. Advantages and Disadvantages of MIMO
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