After reading the 36-page guide from Cisco on how to design for Apple devices on your WLAN, I’ve culled it down to a quick set of recommendations that can easily fit on a single page.
I carry with me multiple pages showing a variety of different views from various authors on the current state of 5GHz channels.
Attending conferences is a great way to learn. Learn about the changes to the operating systems, new features, and of course a great way to network with new friends, and hang out with old friends. But this year’s Atmosphere 2016 added an entirely new type of learning. Learning about the guts of Aruba’s latest Access Point offerings. The […]
High density is becoming the norm. In an Acceltex blog, Brian Smith wrote, “Everyone has multiple devices traveling with them at all times and we all require more and more bandwidth.”
Devin Akin opens that the never ending debate over Radio Resource Management or RRM continues: “Static planning has lower OPEX!” “RRM can be turned to be as good as static!” “You don’t want APs to react to RF events!” “We don’t have time to manually plan & deploy!” “How do I know how my RRM […]
In studying for my HAM radio licenses awhile back – I also used the laminated cards idea to put together some things that would help me study and remember. I now keep these on a ring with my ham radio gear.
As an AccelTex Solutions Regional Manager, Brian Smith works with resellers and their end-users to specify, design and develop exceptional Wi-Fi accessory products for a variety of vertical industries. He has worked with various technologies within the wireless industry since 2000. WiFi is his passion
What is MU-MIMO and how does it help? According to Techhive’s article, “Using multi-user multiple-input, multiple-output (MU-MIMO) technology, a wireless routers can transmit to and receive data from multiple Wi-Fi devices at the same time. Although the devices must also support MU-MIMO to utilize it, they aren’t required to have multiple antennas.”
We have all loved the Tech Field Day events for bringing great content to the IT communities they serve. I’ve proudly been an avid watcher of all these sessions – the first couple as a ‘remote’ viewer, tuning in for the free live broadcasts, and then later as an on-site delegate.
Samuel Clements works for a large VAR, supporting mission critical wireless applications such as Voice and Health Care products. He has spent numerous years working in the wireless industry doing design, implementation, and troubleshooting enterprise Wireless LAN.