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Wi-Fi Calling with iOS8 and T-Mobile

I was sitting at home watching an Apple oriented video podcast that was discussing how Wi-Fi calling was now available in iOS 8 and that T-Mobile was one of the first carriers rolling this out. I realized that this may help me specifically with some of the dropped call issues I had been experiencing. I […]

Meeting old friends and making new one’s at the Wireless LAN Professional’s Conference

I’m on my way home after spending several days with about 100 friends. Some were new friends, I met them for the first time this week as they had decided to come to the WLPC. Some were friend’s I’d known on social media for a while but never met in person. And some were old […]

Gigabit Wi-Fi Design – More Devices, More Capacity, More Problems.

When I first started learning how to deploy Wi-Fi networks I really only had a vague knowledge of how it all really worked. In those days, I relied heavily on friends who were experts to give me a basic idea of how Access Points should be deployed. It was in a way much simpler to […]