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    Nov 06, 2005
    "Interface Robustness"?
    What does it mean by "Use Interface Robustness" under the airport icon on the toolbar?

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    Jun 27, 2005
    In the mac store and at home on my iMac
    it has to do with waves that interfere with microwaves and wireless telephones, it bacisly makes it so it does not interfere
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    Why isnt that as standard ? Surely it is the same as pc wireless , and im assuming that since ive never had interference with my pcs that they are*robust* etc.

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    Aug 02, 2006
    Suffolk, UK
    MBP - 2.66Ghz Core 2 duo, 4GB Ram, 320GB HDD, Geforce 9400m + 9600M GT (256mb)
    Found this on the internet, it backs up Edit

    Base station Interference Robustness, which provides improved performance when 2.4GHz devices like cordless phones and wireless video distribution system cause significant interference with the AirPort network.
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    Mar 09, 2004
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    I think activating robustness can decrease range or performance a bit... that's why it isn't always on...

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