Wednesday, June 8, 2011 by
Keith Parsons is Managing Director of the Institute for Network
Professionals. He holds 55 technical certifications (9 Wireless)
and has earned an MBA from the Marriott School of Management. He is
author (or editor)
of 30+ technical publications and has developed eighttechnical
industry and vendor...
Friday, March 30, 2012 by
Part 3 of 3 iPad 3 Wi-Fi
Performance Analysis – Throughput Analysis (Graphical CDF Statistics)
In the previous two posts – iPad 3 Wi-Fi Reception Analysis – Transmit
and iPad 3 Wi-Fi Performance Analysis – Throughput
– we talked about the differences in power and throughput
Thursday, March 29, 2012 by
Part 2 of 3: iPad 3 Wi-Fi
Performance Analysis – Throughput Analysis (Simple
In the previous post,
iPad 3 Wi-Fi Reception Analysis – Transmit Power
discussed the raw Tx power between iPads and various other devices.
In those results it looked like the iPad 1 trumped the iPad 2,...
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 by
This is a series of three posts – all concerning the
variation and consistency of various Apple iPad models with respect
to Wi-Fi Performance.In this first post, we’ll be focusing on just the output transmit
power of the different devices. This is important because for
accurate and consistent data...
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 by
Now and then I just need to react to things I might notice on
someone's blog, or via a Twitter
Anything about enterprise Wi-Fi seems to catch my eye. (OK, I also
use Google to help trigger and send me items I might have missed).
Hence another post for the #sillyquestion files.
In this case...
Monday, November 14, 2011 by
I can understand why this question arises. The roll out of 5GHz
Wi-Fi was a rocky one. First available in some countries, then not
others. Then Europe got involved and required all Wi-Fi Access
Points first look to see if there was any Radar being used on the
channel. Then the UNII-2 band was...
Thursday, November 10, 2011 by
I've been known to tell a joke that makes my children cringe every
time it’s retold. They are convinced only people who are drunk, or
totally naïve will ever laugh at it. So I'll run it past you:
Two girl ostriches are pecking away at their food in the
savannah one day. One of them looks up and sees...
Monday, November 7, 2011 by
In a previous post I asked a simple question about “What is an
” - and in the end we concluded enterprise wireless
Access Points look like a Bridge on the Wired side, and acts like a
Hub on the Wireless side.
But there are lots of different types of Access Points – and they
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 by
Those of us who are parents have had lots of practice with
answering the same question differently depending on who’s asking .
For example – when a 3-year-old asks to “go out and play with
friends” – it means something entirely different than a 17-year-old
using those exact same words. The...
Thursday, October 27, 2011 by
As part of my ‘evangelist’ role here at Aerohive
, I spend a lot of time with
various groups talking about Wi-Fi
This is the first of a series of response to some frequently asked
questions I hear all of the time.
Yes – my first reaction is always an offhand reaction, or to answer
a question with a...
Thursday, October 20, 2011 by
Many developers have tried to address the needs of network
admins – some have developed individual apps focused on a single
function. Others have tried to build groups of functions in a
single app. These are useful reference apps – those things IT
admins might want to have readily available.