Princeton University has unraveled the secret behind weaker Wi-Fi signal in iPad. According to the research carried by the IT department it comes out to be as the leasing problem with the DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). When a Wi-Fi connection is initiated a new IP address is leased. On expiration the lease, iPad continues to use the same IP. As a result signal weakens or gets disconnected often from the network. iPad asks for a new lease after some time of expiration of DHCP lease. Department has released some of the workarounds that can enable iPad to function in the correct manner.
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