In need of wireless techno geeks...
I set up a Proxim 5.8 Ghz wireless P2P bridge to connect multiple buildings in geographically diverse locations that still maintain line of sight. All of a sudden, I started noticing LARGE amounts of packets being dropped. So many in fact that users were losing their connection to the mainframe. Only one radio is being affected. I assumed that it was an RFI issue and built a makeshift RFI filter out of a cardboard box wrapped in aluminum foil and grounded it. It worked GREAT, so I then had an all aluminum box fabricated to the same exact dimensions and mounted it in the same exact spot that my proof of concept box was in.
It doesn't work.
I have wrapped the new box in aluminum foil and for now it *SEEMS* to be working.
I obviously cannot leave a 16" x 16" x 18" box wrapped up in aluminum foil and duct tape strapped to the side of my building. ANY and ALL ideas would be appreciated.
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