Wireless networks handle interference?

Max Teo Posted 06 Jun 2023 22:09

How do wireless networks handle interference?

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Faisal P Posted 07 Jun 2023 09:19
  
Hi,

Wireless networks employ various techniques to handle interference and mitigate its impact on communication performance.
It's important to note that the effectiveness of these techniques depends on the specific wireless technology, network configuration, and the nature and severity of the interference. A combination of multiple methods and ongoing monitoring and optimization is typically employed to ensure efficient interference management in wireless networks.

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Newbie517762 Lv5Posted 07 Jun 2023 10:57
  
Wireless networks handle interference through interference management techniques such as Interference Cancellation (IC) which mitigates mutual interference through a sophisticated signal design at the physical (PHY) layer.
For a mutual interference, IC can be done either at the transmitter side or at the receiver side.
Other ways to reduce interference on your wireless network include reducing the number of devices in the area and attempting to use a different wireless channel that has less traffic.

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