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Wi-Fi Speed Tests: So F*ucking What!

I was reading my twitter feed on the way home tonight and it was abuzz about a new Miercom report that Cisco had paid for that showed their new Aironet 3702i AP vs. an Aruba Networks AP-225. Miercom is well known by most WLAN pros that I know in that they generally give you paid […]

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 […]

Using the Asus Eee Slate EP121 for Site Surveys

I recently acquired an Asus Eee Slate EP121 to trial for site surveys. I have been looking for some time for a light PC to replace my old Atom based Netbook for site surveys and was pleased to see that the tablet frenzy from the iPad introduction last year had resulted in more choices available […]