How effective are Ruckus APs with using beam-forming to overcome co-channel interference ?
A quick wireless survey at a client site (that uses Ruckus solution), revealed a number of rooms illuminated by two AP's but both on the same channel, with roughly equal signal strength. For classic 802.11g, this would be problematic.
Does a Ruckus solution perform well in this situation (from client connection stability / throughput perspective ?) - for a 802.11g & 802.11n based client ?
Thanks for the reply.
The solution is based on ZD1025, running 8.2
(20 APs across two levels of a school)
The channels were selected by the ZD itself.
I don't think channelfly is available in the solution deployed...
I came across the issue whilst doing a quick airmagnet survey, and was confused by the
channels chosen by the ZD.