A well-tuned wireless network will be configured with an optimal signal strength. In this video, you’ll learn about placements of wireless access points and how signal strength is an important part of wireless network security.
Signal loss on your network connections can be frustrating to troubleshoot. In this video, you’ll learn the fundamentals of signal loss, how to calculate dB loss, and some strategies for troubleshooting this common issue.
One of the biggest ongoing challenges with wireless networks is managing the strength and availability of the wireless signal. In this video, you’ll learn of common wireless signal issues and ways that you can avoid signal problems on your wireless network.
You’ve recently upgraded the memory in your laptop computer, but now you notice that the signal of your wireless connection is much weaker than before. What is the most likely cause of this issue?
A client’s laptop has recently had its internal mini-PCI wireless adapter card replaced. Although the drivers for the card load without any errors and the Windows Device Manager shows the card working properly, the wireless card management software shows very low signal strength. The wireless card keeps dropping its wireless connection and will not maintain a consistent network link. What is the most likely reason for this problem?