Linux Wifi

A guide to tuning your wifi for adverse conditions.

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Attenuation happens when the AP is far away or there are reflective surfaces or absorptive volumes in the way. Reflective surfaces include aluminum siding or galvanized window screen. Signals will not get through these, instead bouncing off. New energy efficient windows may also reflect; they use a very thin metallic layer to reflect heat. Incidentally they reflect radio frequencies as well.

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