Dynamic Airtime Scheduling - Optimizing Network and Client Performance Whitepaper

by Aerohive Networks [Published on 20 June 2013 / Last Updated on 20 June 2013]

Optimizing Network and Client Performance Through Dynamic Airtime Scheduling

Wireless is a shared medium, meaning that all clients and neighboring APs compete for the same limited bandwidth. In addition, each client's speed varies depending on the protocol it is running (802.11 a/b/g/n) and the signal strength, interference and noise it is experiencing. This paper reviews key issues that affect wireless LAN performance, and explains how Aerohive's new Dynamic Airtime Scheduling can solve these problems.

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