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Training for CBRS Installation Certification

Training for CBRS Installation Certification

In a previous blog post, we talked about CBRS for the Wireless LAN Engineer. It covered some of the technical aspects as well as similarities and differences between CBRS and 802.11.Vendor Neutral Training & Certification There are tons of courses for learning...

Using EMANIM to Visualize Radio Waves

Using EMANIM to Visualize Radio Waves

For nearly 20 years I’ve been using the EMANIM classic application by Andras Szilagyi to help students of Wireless LANs to visualize radio frequency waves… Those of us involved in Wi-Fi have a tough job. We have to work on something we can’t touch, see, or feel – so...

[Podcast] Rick Steiner’s Approach to Problem Solving

[Podcast] Rick Steiner’s Approach to Problem Solving

Rick shares insights on problem solving for Wireless LAN Professionals Telecommunications professional with a vast range of experience across the Structured Cabling, Fiber Optic, Wireless LAN, and Networking realms spanning over 25 years. Looking forward to continuing...

Always More to Learn About RF

Always More to Learn About RF

Like many industries, the Wireless LAN community is made up of people with a wide range of education and experience. Even those with decades of experience can still learn and adapt our view of how the invisible medium we work with works. At Aruba's Atmosphere...

[Podcast] Implementation of Cisco Live with Chris O’Donnell

[Podcast] Implementation of Cisco Live with Chris O’Donnell

cisco.comChris O'Donnell discusses the success and challenges he and his team experience in setting up Cisco Live. Chris went from an attendee years ago wondering how these events were put on to being part of the team that makes it all happen. Listen in as he takes us...

Top KPIs to Measure for Optimal Wireless Network Performance

Top KPIs to Measure for Optimal Wireless Network Performance

Wireless networks play a critical role in most organizations today. When the network is down, users are affected and can become frustrated. This is why maintaining wireless network performance is crucial and should be a top priority for IT teams. However, this can be...

[Podcast] Wi-Fi For Beginners with Nigel Bowden

[Podcast] Wi-Fi For Beginners with Nigel Bowden

Nigel Bowden talks about his podcast series, “Wi-Fi for Beginners” that he created to help those just getting started in Wi-Fi. The series is already several years old, but is still very helpful if you need to get a crash course in 802.11 technologies. Nigel is Wi-Fi...

[Podcast] Get Your Stupid Device Off My Network

[Podcast] Get Your Stupid Device Off My Network

Lee Badman shares his frustrations with consumer devices on enterprise networks Are consumer devices wreaking havoc on your network? You are not alone? What are the possible solutions? Are there any? What should the Wi-Fi Alliance do - if anything. Lee Badman shares...

[Podcast] The WLAN Pi in 2020 Changes Updates

[Podcast] The WLAN Pi in 2020 Changes Updates

The WLAN Pi has undergone several changes and updates since it's initial appearance at WLPC Jerry Olla brings us up to speed on what he shared at #WLPC 2020 in Phoenix and what changes might still be expected this year. Learn more at www.wlanpi.com Watch Jerry's...