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WiFi 6, WiFi 5, WiFi 4: New Generational WiFi Names from the WiFi Alliance

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 19, 2018 12:52:12 PM / by Blog Team posted in Wireless

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WiFi Alliance is a non-profit organization that promotes WiFi technology and certifies WiFi products for conformity to certain standards of interoperability. While the WiFi Alliance owns the WiFi trademark, manufacturers may use the trademark to brand certified products that have been tested for interoperability.

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WiFi Health Check Survey

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 17, 2017 10:57:12 AM / by Zaib Kaleem posted in Wireless, WiFi Scanning, Site Survey, WiFi Health

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Vital signs are measurements of the body's most basic functions. When a body is not performing well, vital signs, such as body temperature, pulse rate, respiration rate, and blood pressure, are used to monitor and detect potential medical problems.

Similarly, if your WiFi network is not performing well, the following “vital signs” can be checked to determine the health of a WiFi network.

  • Signal Coverage
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio
  • Channel Overlap
  • Rogues and Interferers
  • Access Point Placement Optimization

 

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Four Types of Wireless Site Survey Kits #APoaS

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 5, 2017 4:48:21 PM / by Zaib Kaleem posted in WiFi Scanning, Wireless, Site Survey, AP on a Stick

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As part of our WiFi/wireless design process we typically conduct an onsite RF survey to understand the RF characteristics of the location and to validate our design for access point locations.

This setup involves measurement/survey software running on a laptop or tablet that can collect information about WiFi and non WiFi devices in the environment. This data is compared with WiFi signals from a temporary access point deployed for this survey process positioned at locations we believe would meet the requirements of the deployment.

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