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  • adj. divided into sectors

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Examples

  • It was seen as too rigid and sectorized—unable to change its own structures, work processes, and priorities.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • Public bureaucracies have become too complex, centralized, sectorized, and rigid as well as too difficult to influence.

    Rediscovering Institutions

  • : In a briefing last week, Xirrus executives explained that their product combines the utility of a wireless LAN switch with a single footprint that can coordinate frequency and signal pattern across as many as 16 channels using a combination of 802. 11a and 802. 11b / g with sectorized antennas.

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  • Because they're sectorized, that means each radio can serve a greater distance if needed than the typical indoor omnidirectional antenna -- or back off as the RF environment requires.

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  • In outdoor, public spaces, Wi-Fi can easily span several hundred feet unimpeded, and more with a little antenna design or a small cluster of dumb access points (as little as $50 each) with sectorized antennas.

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  • SkyPilot uses a single radio that constantly switches through a scheduled pattern on eight sectorized (45-degree) antennas.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • Stick a sectorized antenna on that and work within point-to-multipoint rules and you're allowed (in the US at least) to push out pretty high effective wattages that can span many miles.

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  • The study that needs to be performed would have rats in a laboratory at a variety of distances from both bursty and continuously transmitting Wi-Fi transceivers using standard equipment that produces from 30 mW to 200 mW of power, and commercial omnidirectional and sectorized antennas.

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  • One, use sectorized antennas; two, add towers and turn their power down to create a larger number of smaller cells; three, add to the number of links to the terrestrial network.

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  • The micro base station uses 120-degree sectorized antennas to qualify under higher point-to-point signal limits in an FCC rule originally granted for Vivato.

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