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Power Over Ethernet (POE) and WiFi Access Points

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 12, 2019 2:02:27 PM / by Eric Givans posted in Wireless Network, WiFi Design, cabling

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Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a term used to describe a set of standards that allows DC electrical power and data to be transmitted simultaneously along the same cable. This standard was first standardized in 2003 with IEEE802.3af and has been updated 2 more times since with the most recent, IEEE802.3bt, being ratified in September 2018. For the purposes of this post, the focus will discuss PoE as it relates to Access Points (AP).

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Cabling and Pathways: Best Practices for an Office Setting

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 5, 2018 10:11:16 AM / by Austin Hurd posted in ap placement, Install, cabling

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There are wires in wireless networks? Yes, and probably more than you think. For an office’s wireless setup, there are wires and cables that need to be run throughout the entire office. In this post, we will be talking about the basics that are required in order to prepare and execute the pathways and cabling in an office setting.

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