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Designing Today's Wi-Fi Network For Tomorrow's Applications

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April 30, 2015 10:30 AM

Las Vegas, NV

Las Vegas, NV

Wireless design often gets short-changed in the rush to roll out or upgrade a wireless network. Just add more APs and you're all set, right? Wrong. Thoughtless designs result in uneven performance, user frustration, and extra troubleshooting for you. Proper WiFi design starts with understanding user expectations, application requirements, and device requirements. It also requires a good understanding of RF behavior and some competence with a common set of tools. George will share practical design tips for four WLAN use cases: data, voice, location, and high density. He will also recommend useful tools to get the job done, and provide insights into RF that will enhance your understanding of WLAN design.

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