Improve Wi-Fi Performance: 5 Principles of Elastic Wi-Fi

Elastic Wi-Fi. It’s probably not a term you’ve heard before in relation to wireless and Wi-Fi. I’m going to run through some principles I’ve learnt over a few years in the business to help you improve Wi-Fi performance, but first, I’ll digress...
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Clinical Wi-Fi Design: Top 5 Tips

This week, I wanted to look at what it takes to build a clinical grade Wi-Fi network. We've worked on and upgraded lots of hospitals that just didn't have a fit for purpose Wi-Fi network. Building Wi-Fi in hospitals is unique - there are lots of use cases, critical reliance on the technology and the building fabric is often different throughout the[…]
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Pre-Deployment Wireless Survey – What to Expect

Wireless designs are best done in two phases - the predictive RF design and the onsite pre-deployment (or APoS) survey. In this blog, we'll run you through what to expect when our team comes to site!
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Clinical RTLS: Call Assist

Real Time Location Services (or RTLS for short) describes a range of technologies used to track and locate people and equipment. Often there is a task / messaging engine overlaid, in order to bring the technology to life and integrate it into the operational processes. In this blog, we'll take a look at the Call Assist use case.
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Wi-Fi Data Rates and Coverage

Wi-Fi data rates, coverage and interference are all interlinked topics. It's a simple rule in Wi-Fi that you can't "have it all". If you use high power, you have big cells and typically more interference. Lower power means more APs are needed. Let's take a look at these interlinked concepts.
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Wi-Fi Terminology

Wi-Fi is littered with acronyms! If you want to understand a bit more on what each of these mean, we've put together this simple to understand guide.
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Wi-Fi Phone Dropouts

Today's businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on reliable voice over Wi-Fi services. Correct AP placement and RF design are of utmost importance.
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Anatomy of an Access Point

There are three main components to a Wi-Fi Access Point, each of which are critical to its function: Radio Antenna The CPU There are many different ways to split the three components above, but every Wi-Fi solution has all three components.
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Wi-Fi 7

Wi-Fi 7 is on the way, and while we have yet to fully deploy Wi-Fi 6E, with the advantages of the 6GHz spectrum, the next standard is not too far away.
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Introduction to Wi-Fi

We all use Wi-Fi all the time. There's a lot to learn for the beginner, so in this blog, we hope to familiarise you with some of the key concepts!
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