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IEEE 2013 Tencon - Spring
While various key performance limiting factors of IEEE 802.11-based Wi-Fi networks such as wireless protocols, radio propagation environment and signal interference have been studied by many network researchers, the effect of the movement of people (human) on Wi-Fi link throughput in indoor propagation environments has not been fully explored yet. This paper investigates the effect of people movement on Wi-Fi link throughput in six different indoor environments (i.e. lounge, bedroom, garage,doi:10.1109/tenconspring.2013.6584508 fatcat:a7ytfmjcfjeklmhsbv5wwvx3ta