The folks at Nuts About Nets have come up with a new small hand-held diagnostic tools to analyze and test your Wi-Fi networks. It operates in stand-alone mode, no computer necessary. Implementing two great features – first, it has full AirHORN capability as well as the features of their WiFiPROBE tool. This tool can do […]
Thank you for checking out our “first” episode of the Wireless LAN Professionals Podcast.
In this episode we are testing everything out to make sure the uploads work as we get ready for the official launch of the show.
Keith hosted Wireless LAN Weekly podcast a while back but after about 50 episodes had to put things “on hold” as he became busier and busier with different aspects of his business and building the WLAN Pros community.
But now it’s time to kick things off again with the new updated show. Enjoy! Be sure to subscribe on iTunes or wherever you get your podcast feeds from.
Sean Hogston shares his approach he’s used to create his ultimate home Lab. Use a T-Bar horizontally for multiple AP mounting Take a 1×2 piece of wood, route the back edge across so you can lay a t-bar horizontally on that 1×2 and then mount the whole thing on the wall. What you end up with […]
Here’s another follow up card from my last post. This card comes from a great post by Brett Verney you can see HERE – Of course we owe much of the data from Andrew Von Nagy. I simply took the data, cleaned it up to make it a bit more readable and printable for the card below. […]
My laminated reference cards have come in very handy and I’ve had lots of requests from people wanting to download and print their own. Below are a few of the cards I regularly use as well as links to Andrew von Nagy’s revolution WiFi blog where you can get even more information on MCS Index, SNR, and his Wi-Fi […]