wireless isolation

wireless isolation

The separation of traffic in a Wi-Fi network. Wireless isolation, also called "client isolation," "AP isolation" and "SSID isolation," prevents users on a Wi-Fi network from reaching other devices in the same Wi-Fi network (SSID) as well as computers and servers in the wired network. See SSID broadcast and SSID.
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Working in wireless isolation chambers can solve the issue of interference from the existing wireless networks, while also creating a new set of challenges.
Wireless isolation chamber with near-field antennas

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