Improving reception and performance
Wireless LAN radio signals can penetrate many indoor structures and can reflect around obstacles. However, wireless communication range and performance depends on a variety of factors, including the number of users, the quality and physical placement of the wireless hardware, and the sources of radio signal interference. For example, microwave ovens and cordless telephones use similar frequencies that can interfere with wireless LAN signals. In general, the HP Jetdirect wireless print server’s data transfer rates decrease with increasing distance, obstructions and interference.
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