We got the call to deploy 1,000 APs and CBRS end-points in 60 days for the local community.
Wi-Fi Predictive Analysis is the process where you use software to design a wireless LAN or network predicatively by taking in information about the location that Wi-Fi is requested. In order to get accurate information from a predictive analysis, you need to provide quality information up front! This is an older video, but I wanted... Continue Reading →
Every year the Wi-Fi industry gets together at a conference built by Wi-Fi nerds, for Wi-Fi nerds. Here's what they talked about in 2020.
Tech Field Day is an incredible event that I have been fortunate enough to get elected to attend as a delegate for the past 5 years. Whether it is the Mobility Field Day, Network Field Day, or Tech Field Day events, you can always expect a great reception from the manufactures and a stellar show... Continue Reading →
When Ekahau first started, one of the cool things they offered was the ability to do real time location based on a bunch a little tags. It was cool to see Wi-Fi being adapted to be used as a technology that could help you keep track of things and people as well as giving you... Continue Reading →
I recently had to do some on-site active Wi-Fi testing using a Meraki MR33 access point. I grabbed my WiFiSurveyKit and threw an MR33, an 11’ iPad Pro and my Ekahau Sidekick in there to get the job done. When I arrived at the site, setup was quick and easy. I flipped open my case,... Continue Reading →
Building an Internet service provider has three main components. A robust connection to the internet, scalable and capable of supporting all users The transport network to get the data to the end-user A way to connect the end-user to the network. The first part is easy enough to obtain: call a carrier, get a circuit,... Continue Reading →