sponsored by Motorola, Inc.
Posted:  25 Sep 2009
Published:  01 Sep 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

What exactly is interference and why is it such a problem? In the unlicensed wireless environment, interference can be defined as unwanted, competing radio signals in the same frequency band. These interfering signals can disrupt, delay and reduce the reliability and quality of your network traffic and performance. In licensed frequency bands where no outside signals are competing, the issue is self-interference, i.e., your own network’s signals competing with each other. In either case, the results go beyond lower quality transmission; they extend to customer dissatisfaction, loss of competitive advantage and decreased return on investment.

Motorola’s industry leading wireless broadband expertise helps to substantially reduce the effects of interference for point-to-multipoint wireless access and distribution networks in both licensed and unlicensed frequencies. This solution paper gives the details.

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