Transmit Power Levels after upgrading to 6.0.188.0

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Jan 28th, 2010
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I have recently upgraded several clients from 4.2.176.0 to 6.0.188.0 and noticed that after the upgrades the Transmit Power Levels appear to have gone to a value lower than they were on the previous code. Has anyone noticed or experienced this? Was there a change to the DTPC Algorithm?
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Correct Answer by dancampb about 7 years 3 months ago

There were changes to the RRM algorithm between the version you mentioned so it is very possible that some of the AP's are now showing different values.

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dancampb Thu, 01/28/2010 - 10:08
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There were changes to the RRM algorithm between the version you mentioned so it is very possible that some of the AP's are now showing different values.

LUIGI PIETRONAVE Mon, 02/15/2010 - 05:20
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Any upgrade ?


I've read that the algorithm is changed ( primary the behaviour related to the DCA selection ) and doesn't follow anymore the following rule:

"The Group Leader checks if another channel schema will result in a 5 dB better SNR on the worst performing AP"


Have You more informations ?


regards


Luigi

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