Daily Deal: NetSpot Home Lifetime License

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Lawrence D’Oliveiro says:

Is It Just Interpolating?

At 2.4GHz, the spacing between successive nodes or antinodes (the half-wavelength) is just 6¼ cm. That means if you sample at greater intervals than that, you can easily miss dead spots. You can’t just measure at two widely-separated points and then assume you can draw some random line (of whatever shape) between them.

And at 5GHz or higher frequencies, the spacing becomes even less.

I note this because the picture above seems to show only a few samples taken in each room. Far too few.

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