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802.11n

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May 31, 2012  4:26 AM

Wireless Spectrum Analysis



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, Metageek, spectrum analyzer, troubleshooting, wi-spy, wireless

Hi folks! Sometimes even using free tools to help you troubleshoot your wireless just won't work. Why is this? Well sometime the interference you are experiencing can't be detected by your wireless network card. Instead you need to use something called a spectrum analyzer to detect all signals...

May 31, 2012  4:22 AM

Troubleshooting WiFi



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, channel planning, co-channel interference, Inssider, troubleshooting, WiFi, wireless

Hi folks! Sometimes installing WiFi can just be a big pain. Sometimes, it just doesn't work as advertised. In those cases, you need to a bit of troubleshooting. More likely than not, you could be located in a zone with lots of contention for the same wireless channels you are using. One of the...


March 31, 2012  10:33 PM

Do you have enough power for your wireless?



Posted by: Raj Perumal
3x3 mimo, 802.11n, access point, ap, aruba, Cisco, meru, poe injector, poe+, wireless

Hi folks! So you have deployed that new 802.11n wireless solution but things just aren't quite working the way you want to. What's going on? Well all solutions aren't created equal, there are many APs out there that might not give you full 3x3 MIMO functionality . Even if you do have an AP that...


May 30, 2011  4:14 AM

Cisco 2500 Series Wireless Controller



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, Cisco 2500 series Wireless LAN Controller, CleanAir, OfficeExtend

Hi folks! So for the last post in my wireless series this month, I wanted to speak about the brand new Cisco 2500 seriess WLC! The new 2500 WLC supports 802.11n and comes with support for 5, 15, 25, and 50 access points. You do not need to buy separate hardware if you want to upgrade in the...


May 30, 2011  3:59 AM

Cisco AP541N Access Points



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, access point, AP541N, Cisco, small business, SMB, wireless

Hi folks! So for those of you that want to use cheap wireless and 802.11n, there aren't many options unless you want to go with really low end product. Well Cisco is now offering small business access points that do just that. The new AP541N access points support 802.11n and are a perfect fit...


May 30, 2011  3:50 AM

Cisco Aironet 3500 Series Access Points



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, access points, Cisco 3500, CleanAir, wireless, wireless lan controller, WLC

Hi folks! So in regards to 802.11n, here is a great access point for you to use. The cisco Aironet 3500 series of ap's have a technology that Cisco calls CleanAir. This allows the access points to mitigate wireless interference in heavy wireless use zones. For example if your office is located...


May 30, 2011  3:44 AM

802.11n Wireless



Posted by: Raj Perumal
802.11n, wireless

Hi folks! So with the plethora of mobile devices available, whether it's a laptop, smart phone or a tablet - we all need wireless. Not everyone wants to use their data plans for 3G or 4G. So sometimes you need access to a wireless network. However, most networks out their are rocking the good...


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