Upgrading WiFi Towers

With the new year, the WiFi Committee has started to upgrade our WiFi towers to dual-band 802.11 a/g/n Access Points. Many of the phones, tablets, and computers built in the last few years include dual-band WiFi radio chips and they can connect in the less congested 5.7 GHz WiFi band for faster speeds. The new 5.7 GHz Access Points show up as “LSC5-xx” on your device’s network list; the existing 2.4 GHz Access Points remain “LSC-xx” so current operation is unaffected. The password to connect to a tower is the same for both bands.

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