Of course, there's always the odd issue of old microwaves and wireless telephone handsets interfering with Wi-Fi performance. And, in many areas, there's a fair chance that you're going to have to fight with some neighbors for a clear channel. This is not what I'm asking about. I'm curious to know what can be done when there is someone with an axe to grind, who has equipment capable of stomping all over your 2.4 GHz and/or 5 GHz radio space and a little too much free time on their hands.
Is there anything that can be done from a network architecture standpoint, to reduce the likelihood that such an attack will have a worthwhile effect on the performance of your Wi-Fi devices? What else can be done to reduce the impact?