RF Tag Profiles
RF Profiles allows you to group set of APs that share a common coverage zone together and selectively change how RRM operates the APs within that coverage zone. For example, a university might deploy a high density of APs in an area where a high number of users congregate or meet. This situation requires that you manipulate both data rates and power to address the cell density while managing the co-channel interference. In adjacent areas, normal coverage is provided and such manipulation would result in a loss of coverage.
Using RF profiles and RF tags allows you to optimize the RF settings for set of APs that operate in different environments or coverage zones. RF profiles are created for the IEEE 802.11 radios and are applied to all APs that are mapped to an RF tag, where all APs with that RF tag have the same profile settings.