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Describe HotZones here. == Etymology ==
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hardware but thinks so; you cannot just have one really powerful AP
that would still be a HotSpot.
hardware but thinks so. He is sure you cannot just have one really
powerful AP, that would still be a HotSpot.

''Example'': MachNodeSlum

Etymology

Definition: DonPark heard JerrittCollord use the word in the case of multiple APs. A HotZone is some multiple of the coverage of a HotSpot. DonPark is not sure if it implies multiple points of hardware but thinks so. He is sure you cannot just have one really powerful AP, that would still be a HotSpot.

Example: MachNodeSlum

-- AaronJohnson, self appointed scribe for today at the UrbanGrind.

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