WiFi blocking decorations?

    Date13 Dec 2006
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    Posted ByBenjamin D. Thomas
    It sounds like something the MythBusters "Build Team" could have busted or confirmed in a couple of hours. Holiday decorations... Christmas lights, garland, those big blow-up snowmen... they're all putting the hurt on WiFi? That's the word from AirMagnet, Inc., a company that develops and sells WiFi networking analysis and troubleshooting tools. The company says that it monitored office WiFi health before and after holiday decorations were deployed, and their survey found that Old Saint Nick has some splainin' to do.

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