My question is, most of our AP's are at power level 7, what kind of effect does this have on the 7925G's? I know that the deployment guide specifies using Max power level: 16 dbm and min power level: 11 dbm. I'm afraid to do this because of such a dense deployment
I get complaints about audio going out during a conversation or when a user picks answers a call, they can't hear the person on the other side.
If you have a dense deployment then, to ensure packets are exchanged successfully between the Cisco Wireless IP Phone and
the access point, Dynamic Transmit Power Control (DTPC) should be enabled.
If your APs do not support DTPC then it is better that you use static power management as you are using, but don't set the power of all AP's to same level, tune or limit the power of each AP according to your coverage to recieve better SNR, RSSI.
Beacuse in dense deployment higher power level may increase the noise as well. whereas in open area higher power level is just increase lower reciever (7925G's) senstivity, as per my understanding It doesn't create any kind of other effect on reciever (7925G's).
It sounds like you are ending up with coverage holes from your access points being turned down too far. If your access points are mounted much higher then normal and or not evenly distributed they are likely to turn themselves down too far. If you are concerned about turning them up too far, then I would recommend setting your minimum power level to 2dBm and slowly increasing it until your issues are resolved. Otherwise I would recommend that you get a site survey done. You may have too many access points and or they may need to be moved.
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