High density is becoming the norm.
“We have all been in situations where having no Wi-Fi is sometimes better than bad Wi-Fi. If you have Wi-Fi, it has to be good and support any and all applications that a device owner wants to run at any point in time. If not, it’s disappointing, frustrating and someone is going to hear about it.
So what you need is an edge. One way to achieve this edge is to minimize signal collisions to allow the radio to send and receive data faster and more efficiently. But how? By using dual polarity antennas. Brilliant. But what does this mean?”
How do you solve thousands of people and their thousands of devices — all demanding access to data? Read the full article here, Understanding the Awesomeness of Dual Polarized Antennas for High Density It involves serpents and snakes…
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