How to Gather Evidence for a Wi-Fi Review - Part 2

Wi-Fi reviews are not the easiest of things. Unlike fault finding most networking, Wi-Fi has the added complexity of RF - and all those multitude of clients. In this blog, we'll take a measured run through on where to start in your fault finding journey.
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Wireless as a Service

I've worked with wireless technologies for quite a few years now - it's fair to say I've seen a lot of changes and development in that time. Moore's law stated that the number of transistors on a CPU would double every 2 years. 
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Cisco Smart Licensing

Cisco Smart Licensing is a cloud based service that enables organisations to manage their licences from one central location, allowing dynamic allocation to all supported end devices.
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Wi-Fi Troubleshooting: How to Fault Find a Wi-Fi Network

Wi-Fi Troubleshooting is a specialist networking discipline all of its own. Over the years we have dealt with a large amount of bugs in controller code, old drivers on devices, chipsets that can’t roam properly, interference, rogue APs causing interference, incorrectly configured equipment and so on – the list of possible reasons for faults is a long[…]
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Cisco's ISE 2.X Software Release Lifecycle

Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) is an Enterprise grade AAA product that has been around for seven years.
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Wi-Fi Channel Power: Not all Channels are the Same

When designing a new wireless network, RF power levels are often overlooked or misunderstood. Depending on the type of deployment, power levels can have a great impact on client performance and reliability.
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Clinical Wi-Fi and the CT Scanner

CT Scanners are a pretty impressive looking bit of clinical technology. At what must be an anxious time for patients, it's nice to see how the hospitals are working hard to make a nicer environment for patients.
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Warehouse Wi-Fi - Best Practice

Warehouses have very special requirements when it comes to providing Wi-Fi coverage, for a whole host of reasons. They are a challenging environment in RF terms - there's often high ceilings, lots and lots of metal racking, RF attenuation is constantly changing (shelves filling and emptying, forklifts moving loads around and so on) and small devices[…]
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Wireless First: University Wi-Fi

  In this blog series, I wanted to explore what a Wireless First strategy looks like for a number of customer verticals.   Firstly, let me tell you quickly about us. We specialise in the design and delivery of large scale Wi-Fi networks. We do a lot of remediation work, upgrading Wi-Fi networks which don’t work well, and fault finding seemingly[…]
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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 WiFi. 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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