Waging War on Bad Wi-Fi
Refreshing the Approach to WLAN Design
After a long time gathering dust I have finally managed to get the time to update this Blog. But after such a long time I think this update is worth the wait, and i hope you agree... For the last 12 months I have been pulling together a Whitepaper which highlights the...
Internet Passwords for Normal People
Hello, This blog post is a bit of a detour away from my normal ramblings on all things Wi-Fi. Today I'd like to talk a bit about Internet security and the importance of good passwords. If you're reading this then you're on the Internet and this post probably applies...
Some thoughts on Wi-Fi network Capacity Planning
Designing wireless networks is not all about “signal strength” and “dBm”, it’s also important to put the right number of wireless Access Points (APs) in to provide the level of network capacity you need. Too many APs wastes customer money and in the worst case scenarios simply generates interference and network overheads instead of extra capacity. Install too few APs and at busy times, you risk the Wi-Fi performance taking a nose-dive.