The Skillsets for Wireless Done Right™ (advancing and engineering the network)

2020-04-08T20:53:42+00:00June 11th, 2019|

The Skillsets for Wireless Done Right™ (advancing and engineering the network) By Mark Audia As the number of connected devices increases per square foot, the demands on the networks that provide the wireless access increase too. So it follows that those responsible for ensuring the design, implementation, configuration, and security of the wired and wireless

The Top Secret Recipe for “Wireless Done Right™”

2020-04-08T20:56:41+00:00May 1st, 2019|

The Top Secret Recipe for “Wireless Done Right™” By Jim Holt   Somewhere inscribed in pencil on a yellowed piece of paper inside a Louisville, Kentucky safe is Colonel Sanders’ Original Recipe of eleven herbs and spices, says KFC spokesman Rick Maynard. The safe lies inside a state-of-the-art vault that is surrounded by motion detectors,

Call In Your RF Spectrum “Police” ( When everyday Devices Are Wireless In Your Environment)

2020-04-08T21:02:59+00:00February 5th, 2019|

By Jim Portaro, Principal and Founder People like the freedom of “no wires” for mobility and aesthetics. What happens when you need to have a mixed deployment of a myriad of wireless devices operating in a myriad of different frequency ranges of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum? The short answer is you test operational

Reaching 5 Nines In Your Wireless Network

2020-04-08T21:04:17+00:00February 5th, 2019|

By Jim Portaro, Principal and Founder The industry best practice measurement of availability is to achieve 5-Nines. This means the network is up 99.999% of the time and down for no longer than 0.001% or 5.26 minutes over the span of a year. This should be the minimum requirement for a converged network, which

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