Linux Wifi

A guide to tuning your wifi for adverse conditions.

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Absorptive volumes are much more obvious. Wifi predominately uses 2.4GHz. Microwaves operate on the same frequency because water absorbs these frequencies, heating the water up. Thus any large body of water between you and the AP will reduce the signal. Trees (and their localized humidity from transpiration) are a major source. A less obvious source is cement, concrete and cinder block. These are typically 50% water by weight. Most other construction materials are relatively dry and do not cause problems.

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