Scott started out in Wi-Fi with nothing more than a soldering iron and N-type connector in hand, scouring roof tops for old microwave antennas as part of the community Wi-Fi movement of the early 2000s – an obsession that lasted several years. Having since moved through several ICT roles Scott wound up in Networks and naturally gravitated towards Wi-Fi, trading a hobby for a career. Most recently Scott has made the move to Amsterdam where he provides independent wireless consulting services.
AP Placement – A Job for the Work Experience Kid?
How important is the process of determining the quantity of APs required in a wireless LAN design? How about the location of each of those APs? This talk will take a look at the significant number of considerations that go into determining the quantity and critically, placement of each AP
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