For a wireless network, a tuning system in which mobile phones using the network are routinely located. With the location of the mobile phones identified, load adjustments for the system are easily accomplished so that the wireless network is not subject to an overload situation. Ideally the location of the mobile phones is accomplished whether the mobile phones are transmitting voice data or not.
The Motorola AP7131 provides dual 802.11a/b/g/n radios along with 2 Ethernet ports and options for a third radio. The traditional fat access point is essentially a router/firewall with all the usual features. In my design the AP7131N is connected directly to a Comcast broadband Internet connection via an SMC 8014.