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dc.creatorCortés, Antonio
dc.date2018-12-11
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dc.identifierhttp://revistas.utp.ac.pa/index.php/prisma/article/view/2062
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dc.descriptionEn la actualidad unas de las dificultades que presentan las redes inalámbricas de área local (WLAN) en espacios internos, por ejemplo, edificios, oficinas, distribución de cubículos entre pisos, es la adecuada cobertura a la cual tiene acceso diversos tipos de artefactos como son los celulares, laptops, computadoras, a través de la conexión inalámbrica que provee los diversos puntos de acceso (AP) distribuidos en diversos espacios por dónde transitan o trabajan las personas. En este artículo presentamos un análisis de los escenarios internos, al considerar una serie de elementos básicos, características, herramientas y cuestiones prácticas en el momento de la planificación de una red inalámbrica. Existen una serie de herramientas como inSSIDer, NetSurveyor, NetSpot y Vistumbler orientados a la planificación y diseño de redes LAN inalámbricas 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac en la obtención de rendimiento, seguridad y cumplimiento óptimo de la red. Los resultados obtenidos mediante experimentación permiten obtener información relevante para el planificador de la red encargado de diseñar e implementar la red LAN inalámbrica. De igual modo, se hace uso de una serie de escenarios para la simulación, los cuales están configurados con ciertas características, lo que permite la verificación de la velocidad de conexión, frecuencia de la señal y capacidad de transmisión afrontando las etapas de congestión de la red.es-ES
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dc.source2312-637X
dc.source2076-8133
dc.sourcePrisma Tecnológico; Vol. 9, Núm. 1 (2018): Revista Prisma Tecnológico; 15-20es-ES
dc.subjectredes; inalámbricas; planificaciónes-ES
dc.titlePlanficación en redes de área local inalámbricas en escenarios internos: elementos, herramientas y cuestiones prácticases-ES
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