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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

Macbook - "Interface Robustness"?


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What does it mean by "Use Interface Robustness" under the airport icon on the toolbar?
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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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Found this on the internet, it backs up Edit

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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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I think activating robustness can decrease range or performance a bit... that's why it isn't always on...
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