- With MU-MIMO and beamforming, the WiFi standard makes packet capture challenging.
By Jay Botelho , 7/22/2016
- Latest Comment: MU-MIMO relies on beam forming to keep the unique data streams separated from an RF perspective. I...
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By Lee Badman , 6/30/2016
- Latest Comment: Thanks for reading, Brandon. I did get to see a vBLE placed on a live map, and then interacted...
- A closer look at the new WiFi technology introduced with 802.11ac Wave 2 that promises greater density.
By Jason Hintersteiner , 6/27/2016
- Latest Comment: I like the detail you provide about a core concept of current 802.11 technology. thanks Bruce...
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- Latest Comment: Thanks for reading, and for the comments, LE3000. To clarify, I'm not throwing dirt on any of...
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MU-MIMO relies on beam forming to keep the unique data streams separated from an RF perspective. I think the issue is more about how to capture this data, not just that there’s an open standard or an SDK.In reply to: Re: Wave 2
Posted by: l_bartlett
Beamforming and Mu-MIMO cannot run in-conjunction w/ each other, it defies the laws of RF and physics.In reply to: Wave 2
Posted by: BruceH317
I like the detail you provide about a core concept of current 802.11 technology.
Bruce Heaven CWNE#73In reply to: Excellent article
Posted by: lhbadman
Thanks for reading, Brandon. I did get to see a vBLE placed on a live map, and then interacted with by the presenter's cell phone in an on-the-fly demo.In reply to: Re: exciting stuff
Posted by: brandonriffel
Thank you for that insight Lee. As the connected city initiatives ramp up (like the one here in KC MO) I can see this sort of flexibility and automation being a key deliverable in most designs.In reply to: exciting stuff