IEEE 802.11 Wlan networks are constantly challenged for maximum overall service performance and new mobility applications: real-time, interactive communications and presence analytics. They require a solid design approach that considers but not limited to: highly varying characteristics of dense environments, technology advances, feasibility of study hypotheses, and overall service design best practices.

This work argues that radio resource management, transmit power and frequency, should be centrally coordinated at low design level, to achieve such performance, and considers optimizing transmission power control as prerequisite to dynamic channel allocation techniques.

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