Intelligent RF load distribution (RF balance): the system balances connections in a specified group of APs. Allows automatic distribution of access on specified AP devices.
Requires wifi connection with access number of thousands or tens of thousands in festivals, events, convention centers, exhibition centers, stadiums, train stations ….until smart city projects are urgent need today. Especially in the current digital transformation era, all services and purchases must be accessed on the web and on an app with an internet connection via wifi or 3G/4G. But Wifi is the most preferred because of the large bandwidth
To meet more access, many innovative solutions such as improved antenna reception, faster data processing circuit board, …. However, the main problem still lies in the processing capacity of the central CPU – Atheros of APs. Although the company has developed many technologies to handle incoming and outgoing data streams to increase intelligent connection handling, the ability for the AP to meet a huge number of accesses is not possible, only being able to handle 150-250 users. connection for total 2 bands on 1 AP
Wicell Network has developed Intelligent RF load distribution (RF balance) technology to balance the connection in a specified group of APs.
It is a combination of using the latest generation CPU technologies to handle large volumes of traffic and using Intelligent RF load distribution (RF balance) technology to automatically distribute the number of accesses across AP devices. point
Please see the following illustration
Figure 1: without Intelligent RF load distribution (RF balance) technology
Wifi 1 only has 1 person access, while wifi 2 has up to 5 people access
Figure 2: when applying Intelligent RF load distribution (RF balance) technology
At this time, the system automatically divides the available access number of 6 to 2 APs, each AP now has only 3 connections.
Typical calculation table
Things to note
This technology is completely different from limiting users to 1 AP
Example of user limit per AP.
Assuming we will limit 40 users on 1 AP, if we exceed 40 users, we will not allow the connection and must connect through another AP.
If there are 50 people in the meeting room for 2 APs, it can happen that 40 people access AP 1 and 10 people access AP 2, so AP1 will operate at full capacity, causing slow data processing. data, while AP2 has less access, so processing is faster