SMART RF - Overview

When invoked by an administrator, Smart RF (Self-Monitoring At Run Time) instructs access point radios to change to a specific channel and begin beaconing using the maximum available transmit power. Within a well-planned deployment, any RF Domain member access point radio should be reachable by at least one other radio. Smart RF records signals received from its neighbors as well as signals from external, unmanaged radios. AP-to-AP distance is recorded in terms of signal attenuation. The information from external radios is used during channel assignment to minimize interference.

The RF Domain > SMART RF option has the following sub-menus: