Dispersing swarms of robots to cover an unknown, potentially hostile area is useful to setup a sensor network for surveillance. Previous research assumes relative locations (distance and bearing) of neighboring robots are available to each robot through sensors. Many robots are too small to carry sensors capable of providing this information. We use wireless signal intensity as a rough approximation of distance to assist a large swarm of small robots in dispersion. Simulation experiments indicate that a swarm can effectively disperse through the use of wireless signal intensities without knowing the relative locations of neighboring robots.