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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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.  Universities have extensive demands on their wireless infrastructure. Should Wi-Fi be the technology of choice for Universities?
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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 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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Effect of Trees on Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi in all its forms relies on good signal propagation. Signals are attenuated by various objects - it's not that well known, but trees are a particularly attenuating object - let's take a look!
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Recessed AP Installation

We all love Wi-Fi, but you've got to install your access points somewhere. Typically they're installed on the T-Bar of a suspended ceiling - sometimes though you have to secure the AP, or hide it for aesthetics reasons. In this blog, we'll look at some options.
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Wi-Fi Design Technical Requirements

Wi-Fi design is a complex business. We have to take into account a lot of information to ensure the design is correct. In this second part of the Wi-Fi Design series, let's take a look at the Technical Requirements.
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Wi-Fi Design Business Requirements

Wi-Fi Design has a lot of variables to be taken into account. In this first part of a two part series, I'll open our treasure chest of important information for a Wi-Fi design - the business requirements.
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Wi-Fi 6

Wi-Fi 6 has been around for a little while now. It's a mature technology with quite a lot left on the roadmap (Wi-Fi 6E for example). If you've not upgraded yet, here are some compelling reasons why it is the time is right to do so. 
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Clinical RTLS: Nursecall Integration

Nursecall systems are used to signal to the clinical staff that help is needed in a specific room and is typically done via a button on the wall of a patients room. What if it were possible to be able to switch on the presence light and automatically cancel nursecall when you walked into the room?
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