12 May 2006 Wireless LAN signal strength in a 3-story cinderblock building
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The U.S. Army Research Laboratory, in support of network communications for a Horizontal Fusion program, experimented with large-scale wireless LANs at the McKenna facility in Fort Benning, GA. In total, we deployed two wireless LANs, one consisting of both the 802.11A and 802.11G protocols and the other consisting of only the 802.11G protocol. In this paper, we will describe the deployment of wireless LAN access points and show the mapping of wireless LAN signal strength reception in rooms of building B1 of McKenna village at Fort Benning, GA. We will also describe our observations in using these wireless LANs.
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Brian B. Luu, Brian B. Luu, Richard D. Gopaul, Richard D. Gopaul, } "Wireless LAN signal strength in a 3-story cinderblock building", Proc. SPIE 6248, Wireless Sensing and Processing, 62480C (12 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.665101; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.665101


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