In this installment of FUAQ, I will talk about two main types of Wi-Fi interference that can cause headaches in the homes and offices. In fact, you have probably fallen prey to these issues without even realizing it! Consider the following scenario:
At a hotel conference, people go into two ballrooms that are next to each other and start up conversations with each other. With only two people per ballroom, it is very easy for them to hear what the other is saying. Also, there is good noise separation between each ballroom at this point.
Now let’s add more people to the ballrooms. The sound grows. If two people want to hear each other, they must either get closer or talk louder. As the room gets louder still, fewer people can actually have complete conversations. Not only can the people in one ballroom no longer hear, but the sound also starts to bleed over into nearby rooms, making it harder for those people to hear each other as well.