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802.11ac: 5 Steps to Prepare for Next-Gen WLANs

November 26, 2012 11:56 AM
The 802.11ac wireless standard will be ratified in 2013, and pre-standard consumer hardware is on the market. Follow these five steps to prepare now for the day when 802.11ac comes knocking.

TamoSoft Wi-Fi Tools Worth Looking At

January 24, 2011 07:00 AM
Keeping a critical wireless network up and high-performing takes good design, sound policies and effective tools. Thankfully, Wi-Fi support tools have evolved along with wireless technology, and we have plenty of options to pick from. At the same time, some tools have steep learning curves and big price tags that keep them on the wish list, but out of reach. And then there are tools like those offered by TamoSoft, whose robust feature sets don't cost a fortune or require an engineering degree to glean value from.

How Far We've Come Since Netstumbler

October 06, 2010 11:30 AM
Back in 2001, a generous fellow named Marius Milner gave the world a utility called Netstumbler and a new culture was born. Milner is a software engineer who did the rare thing for his fellow man: he gave away a kicking program that he likely could have made some serious dollars from if he had sold it. Even better, he provided updates to Netstumbler through the years, along with a discussion forum that would become a repository for a wealth of information regarding wireless networking in general.

Veriwave WaveDeploy: A New Way To Site Survey

May 18, 2010 11:00 AM
Veriwave wants to shake up the 802.11 site survey world with Wave Deploy, a wireless assessment product that uses simulated wireless devices to measure and report on wireless networks performance. WaveDeploy can map the results of radio frequency monitoring onto a map or floor plan like any site survey tool, but it goes further by testing measuring layer 3+ issues like capacity, delay and jitter which focus on quality of experience. Compared to other site survey tools like Cisco Clean Air, which measures RF interference and manipulates the access points behavior, Wave Deploy is primarily targeted at point-in-time assessments.

Wi-Fi Location Rolling Review: Ekahau Bets On Active Tags

February 09, 2008 05:00 AM
Want to use your WLAN to track high-dollar assets? Ekahau, the second entry in this series, has a no-fuss solution.

Rolling Review Kickoff: Wi-Fi Location

August 17, 2007 04:00 AM
Using your WLAN to track high-dollar assets and ensure tight security is a smart way to wring value out of an expensive resource. In this Rolling Review we'll issue an

RollOut: Ekahau's Site Survey 2.2

August 25, 2006 04:00 AM
Wireless shouldn't be a guessing game, and Site Survey 2.2 provides a multitude of answers for wireless site surveys and support.

Wi-Fi Moves Into Grocery Stores

January 11, 2006 06:00 PM
Wi-Fi has spread from office and home to Internet caf?? and fast food franchises. Now, it is moving into supermarkets -- in this case specifically to the 360-store Stop &

Review: Wireless LAN Analysis Tools

December 02, 2005 05:00 AM
Despite the hype, security isn't the only bogey plaguing wireless networks. We tested 12 portable wireless LAN analyzers designed to troubleshoot a wide array of everyday problems at the physical

Getting Locked in with Single-Vendor WLANs

October 08, 2004 05:38 PM
Proxim's announcement of a new access point and management suite bucks the industry trend toward integrated, hardware-based, wireless switching systems.

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