Today we're going to talk about Wi-Fi signal. Wi-fi signal is one of the tools that I use, at least daily, a couple of times a day for years now.
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Wired or wireless? How to quickly narrow down if you have a Wi-Fi problem. In this video, we're going to share a little bit of information how you might be able to help your customers see whether or not it is truly a Wi-Fi problem.
Is there a relationship between MCS and transmit power? Kind of... And the question goes on to say, "Some vendors publish dependent's MCS, transmit power, receive sensitivity data sheets and you can go look those up..."
A friendly reminder to document everything. In today's little video, Keith shares another Wireless Lan design tip. If you are asked to design and deploy a WLAN you know is going to fail, document, document, document!
It is not what you think... One assumption leads to another assumption, leading to more assumptions... then we have Capacity? Really?
Meet all your requirements. Not just primary coverage, not just secondary or code channel interference.
Always choose the APs before you start designing. The reason you need to do before, is there is such a huge difference in access points.
Is there any way to get MCS value off of a Windows 10 device or Windows seven or Windows XP or whatever you want to go to? And the answer is no, sorry.
Always, always, always, always validate what you're doing. Now, there's a lot of different ways you can go through validation. You could do an AP on a stick. When you do an AP on a stick, you actually put in AP up on a tripod.
Don't follow marketing ratios This is one that I really. I just going to say it right out. Don't do it. Don't follow marketing ratios, they're not engineering, they're purely marketing.