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[CA] Wi-Fish Connections
05-15-18, 11:03 AM
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RE: [CA] Wi-Fish Connections
tdrichards,

As indicated within my initial response, the Wi-Fish has not been designed to block additional mobile devices from establishing a connection to the Wi-Fish. I have simultaneously connected to and been able to run the Wi-Fish app on an iPad and Android smartphone with no obvious performance degradation (i.e. buffering choppy / incomplete plot). As with any device which communicates via Wi-Fi, signal strength sensed by the receiving device will be reduced as distance from the transmitters increases. Signal strength sensed by the receiving device will be reduced by structures and objects, most notably those which are constructed from metal or graphite, which are located between the receiver and the transmitter. While 30' of distance would not typically present a problem in open air, the deeper that the transmitter or receiver is located inside the vessel or structure, the greater the chance of decreased signal strength.
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[CA] Wi-Fish Connections - tdrichards - 05-11-18, 10:18 AM
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