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Journal of Networks
The performance of wireless LANs is greatly affected by pathloss, RF interference and other sources of signal attenuation, in addition to network congestion. The primary factors involved in effective real-time communication, namely delay and loss, must be within certain controlled limits in such a scenario. In this paper, we analyze the various factors driving IEEE 802.11b access points through extensive simulations and thereafter develop an optimization technique to configure the parameters ofdoi:10.4304/jnw.7.3.480-493 fatcat:q7hcianfsbhczh7wbg7fhg4uka