My name is Nick Turner. I have had a wide and wandering career path to date, ranging from Theatre Stage Technician, Film crew, Silviculture industry including reforestation (I have worked as a Tree Planter) in British Columbia, mountain pine beetle surveying in Alberta and forest fire fighting in BC. During my last year spent in Canada I worked for a WISP in the North of BC, where I would go to work on a quad bike or a snowmobile depending on the season, climbing communication towers surrounded by beautiful British Columbia wilderness, primarily dealing with point to point and point to multipoint radio links. It was there that the radio communications ball began rolling, along with the CWNP certification program.
More recently I have been working in the UK specialising in WLAN design and gradually working towards becoming a Wireless Networking Professional.
When I am not playing with WiFi I enjoy being outside and doing outdoor things, recently Paddleboarding has become my new thing, allowing me to catch small waves in the ocean and go adventuring on rivers in the English countryside.
Improving and Refining the APoS Survey Tripod
An overview of the APoS solutions I have used to date when performing On-Site WLAN design supported by APoS survey data.
Followed by an expose of my most recent APoS solution, pros, cons and how to make your own.