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Some chief information officers and information technology managers are reluctant to deploy wireless LANs. Among their concerns are reliability, availability, performance, and deployment. Each of these concerns can be directly addressed through the radio resource management techniques used in a new generation of wireless LAN equipment. The new capabilities include dynamic channel assignment, dynamic power control, and load sharing. Changing from the relatively static radio resource management techniques generally in use today to dynamic methods like those highlighted in this article helps to increase the capacity and improve the performance of large-scale wireless LANs.