Frequency Change Monitoring for WISPs

Keeping wireless networks running smoothly can be a challenge, especially when you’re working with unlicensed frequencies and support hundreds or thousands of wireless connections. A tactic used by WISPs and other wireless network operators is to change frequencies on noise-affected devices, and changing frequencies may very well smooth out problematic connections. However, there is always the potential for unintended negative consequences, and this is what this post is about: being able to identify problems that arise due to frequency changes.

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