May 7, 2010

WLAN CleanAir Technology

This white paper addresses the RF interference challenges that result from high usage of a shared spectrum. It explores the limitations of standard Wi-Fi chip design and how this affects the ability of an IT organization to gather critical, actionable data about the wireless spectrum for effective troubleshooting. Finally, it introduces Cisco CleanAir technology and explains how by integrating RF intelligence into the network, users gain tremendous insight into actual usage of the wireless spectrum. This insight is critical to proactively managing Wi-Fi networks to support mission-critical and latency-sensitive applications needed in today's hospitals, distributed enterprises, manufacturing sites, retail stores, and offices.

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As Wi-Fi use continues to experience exponential deployment, the available bandwidth within this unlicensed spectrum can become extremely crowded. Consequently, the issue of "RF pollution" is critical for enterprises to address.

As stated in paper, "Because Wi-Fi operates in a shared unlicensed band, integrated spectrum intelligence and spectrum management are a “must haves” to enable a high level of performance, security, and reliability in your Wi-Fi network. Spectrum management is critical for providing a rich and dependable mobility experience to end users with business-critical wireless applications."

The technical detail in the paper is excellent and most appropriate for our Webtorials community.

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