Do Not Use Survey Incorrectly

In today's training video, we're going to talk about how to use the word survey properly. We all say it, we don't mean it. If you're going to use the word survey, use the word survey correctly.

Let’s Talk About The Green Diamond

The "green diamond" represents how clients join an access point It's easy to remember. We all know the color green and we all know the shape of a diamond. But where it came from was a graphic from a slide deck I did oh, almost 20 years ago now It was a diamond because...

Do You Know The Difference Between Wi-Fi and Cellular?

Wireless is wireless, right? We hear wireless all the time, most people don't understand the difference between cellular and Wi-Fi, but as a Wireless LAN engineer - You should In this post we take a look at some of the differences.

Cambium Networks XV3-8 Review

Let's take a closer look at the Cambium Network's XV3-8 Access Point. You can download read all the specs on the XV3-8 here:

Do NOT Place APs Above Ceiling

You should not put your access points above the ceiling tiles. In today's rules for efficient Wireless Lan design, we're going to talk about why you should not put your access points above the ceiling tiles.



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Understanding dB Math

As a Wireless LAN Engineer you need to understand dB math  So, in this little video we're going to talk about some quick ways you can learn to do dB math, even in your head Files for Download: Build a dB to mW Conversion Table dB math in 5 minutes dBm to mW Conversion...

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Electromagnetic Spectrum over the Years

I found some older graphics showing how folks in the past viewed the RF spectrum. Obviously, very little has changed over the decades… other than how efficient we are at USING the spectrum in all our communications. This is how they saw the RF spectrum allocations...

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MCS Table and How To Use it

Today in our training video, we're going to talk about one of my favorite things, the MCS table, and how you can use it. The MCS table is one of the things that I not only love to teach, but to use because it helps me evaluate the quality of the RF environment. Also,...

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