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Topic # 30673 17-Feb-2009 12:26
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Just testing a Ruckus Wifi system at work.... and Im impressed.

30 secs to setup, went for a wander with a laptop all around our building and up and downstairs and had a total of 2 packets dropped and signal remain at full strength the whole time.

Ill admit our building isnt very big, but most WAP's Ive used usually give up at the front door and going upstairs was hit and miss.

Think its time to go for a drive and see how far the signal reaches...weve been told some pretty impressive figures so will be interesting to see...




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  Reply # 196281 17-Feb-2009 13:50
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Well, went up the road quite happily about 250-300m before finally dropped off.
Pings stayed reasonably low with only the odd packet droppng out - if I had a iPhone or at least something smaller than the a laptop, Id go for a walk instead of a drive and see exactly where the lmits are....  maybe tomorrow Laughing

Anyone else played with these units ?




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