This infographic was inspired by the work of Nigel Bowden and Devin Akin. Nigel wrote this really good article on DFS that you can find on his website wifinigel.blogpost.com. Devin presented a really detailed webinar on DFS in partnership with Netscout. You can find the recording here. I would encourage you to go and take a look at their ressources. Note: [...]
​Free Space Path Loss (or FSPL) represents the amount of energy that a given radio wave loses as it travels through the air away from its source.  Understanding FSPL will help us understand how far a Wi-Fi signal can go. It is also widely used by Wi-Fi survey tools to predict Wi-Fi signal propagation. It is [...]
Visiting the IEEE website, we can find the details about the IEEE 802.11 standards and amendments displayed on a table: http://grouper.ieee.org/groups/802/11/Reports/802.11_Timelines.htm In order to put them into perspective, I have displayed them on a timeline. As the new amendments and standards are released, this timeline will be updated. Feel free to download and use the timeline [...]
The Magic Quadrant for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure has been released by Gartner on October 17th: THE VENDORS Just like last year, the same companies have been identified as leaders: Cisco and HPE Aruba. To me, this is no surprising at all, they lead and dominate the market. However, we can note that [...]
​Wi-Fi, as most of us know, operates on the 2.4GHz or 5 GHz band. But there are, actually, others 802.11 protocols utilizing other frequency bands (900MHz, 60GHz,...). Today, we will be talking about the regulations of using the 60GHz frequency band in Canada. This band is used for the 802.11 protocols known as 802.11ad (now [...]
Wifitraining.com is offering a series of videos, in which I participated, called Rockstar Wireless Networking (RWN) introducing the Wi-Fi technology. Please register on the wifitraining.com website to gain free access to these videos at https://www.wifitraining.com/register. The goal of these videos is to introduce the Wi-Fi technology to anyone who would be interested in. They cover the [...]
The CWNP program has really helped me to know how to do my job. I started to read the CWNA book as soon as I got introduced to Wi-Fi and I loved the vendor-neutral way to learn a technology (802.11 in this case). My journey to becoming CWNE #180 has been very exciting and rewarding. [...]
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