Wi-Fi Design Day – Sydney
I was invited to attend and present at the Wi-Fi Design Day in Sydney organized by Ekahau and Dicker Data. I would like to thank Grant, Antony, Darko and the rest of Ekahau’s team for organizing such a nice event. We presented at the Opera House, which is such an iconic venue in Sydney!
Stephen Cooper and I talked about Wi-Fi 6 and did a demo showcasing OFDMA spectrum activity and packets.
You can find a copy of my presentation slide deck here:
Here is a copy of Stephen’s presentation. He talked about Wi-Fi 6 Key Features:
Once I have a little more time, I will analyze the packet capture we did during the presentation and present my findings here.
In the meantime, here are a few pictures from the event:
On my way home, I took some time analyze and get some statistics out of these packets. Here are the results:
At the end of the presentation, we asked attendees owning a Wi-Fi 6 device to connect to our Wi-Fi 6 network and generate some traffic (speedtest). We looked at the activity on the spectrum analyzer. We also took a packet capture to show them a couple of interesting HE packets.
Note: No Multi-User data frames were captured
See you next time Australia!