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shielding 2.4 from interference
Wayne State http://wayne.edu has been getting complaints concerning wireless connectivity, especially in our Allied Health building. We may have found the problem with a spectrum analyzer: a magnetic imaging machine adjacent to some of the larger classrooms was completely over-powering 2.4GHz channel 11, and showing across the band. I am seeking some suggestions for shielding, which I will pass along to that Dean. I have seen paint, paneling and curtains. Replacing wall panels is probably out, as they do have some lead shielding for some of the medicines involved. What have you seen that worked or failed horribly? -- Peter Murphy Interim Director Network Engineering & Security Wayne State University firstname.lastname@example.org v: 313-577-4737 ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.