This guest post is from Daniel Capano, a consultant specializing in Instrumentation and Control Systems in the municipal construction industry in and around New York City. He is the owner of Diversified Technical Services, Inc. of Stamford, CT. Dan is an advocate of the use of wireless technology in industrial communication networks, presenting regularly to professional […]
This guest post is from Jan Buis, Director Business Development & OEM Sales. Jan draws on a wealth of experience in business development, international sales and product management. He started his professional career at Lucent Technologies in the Netherlands in the late 1990s and worked as Product Manager Optical Networking. After a couple of years, Jan […]
What is Hertz? Hertz is the international unit for measuring frequency and its equivalent to cycles per second. One megahertz is one million hertz. A gigahertz is a billion hertz. The standard US electrical power frequency is 60 Hertz.
This is a guest post from Rick Steiner a Senior Systems Engineer for Airopath, a leading Wireless System Integrator based in Seattle, WA. He has over 25 years in the telecommunications industry with over 15 years designing, implementing and troubleshooting Wireless networks for a variety of clients across diverse verticals in Manufacturing, Distribution, Industrial, Medical, Education, […]
What is an Multicast? Multicast Addressing is a network technology for the delivery of information to a group of destinations simultaneously using the most efficient strategy to deliver the messages over each link of the network only once.
This is a guest post from Arjan Kievits a Technical Consultant Wi-Fi at Vosko Networking BV. Keep in mind that the following blog is written with the knowledge of the Dutch market and may not relate to other countries…
We have a guest post from Primož Marinšek. This blog first appeared in his website, My WLAN Blog. You can read the original post here, APs are…not HUBs!?!?.
What is an Antenna Gain? It’s a gain of an antenna is a measure of the antenna’s ability to direct or focus radio energy over a region of space.
What is Decibel? It’s a numerical unit designed to avoid the direct use of exponential numbers. Zero decibels is ten to the power of zero tens or just one. Three decibels is 10 to the power three tens or about 2. 10 decibels is ten to the power of ten tenths or 10.
What is a Wireless LAN Profile? This is a group of settings within a 802.11 WLAN controller that characterizes the parameters needed for client station to connect to the network infrastructure wirelessly.