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802.11 Physical layer Standard

FCC releases ISM bands for unlicensed uses in 1985


Original 802.11 standard was (1997) :


Roaming Capacity Isn't an Accident

Your hardware is capable of a lot of roaming events. Here is 20 roaming events a second across two abgn cards with 164 virtual stations each and two abgn cards running hostapd. 31 more words


(True) Unidirectional Wifi broadcasting of video data for FPV

This post shows how to broadcast data over 802.11 devices with a true unidirectional data flow. No need to be associated to a network (thus no risk of being disassociated) and no acknowledgements are sent from receiver to transmitter. 1,308 more words

Channel Planning isn't Easy for Algorithms

If you’ve ever had to create a manual channel plan where spectrum is scarce, you know how hard it is to get it right. You run out of virgin spectrum, then the difficult choice of channel reuse is encountered. 465 more words


Taking Wi-Fi to Sub 1 GHz

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the catalyst for a number of new standards that will reshape wireless connectivity as we know it. Examples: Bluetooth LE… 532 more words

Wireless Networks

Enabling LLDP in Ruckus wireless

Ruckus has finally built in the ability to use LLDP to find Access points. I was so excited when I found this out, I installed the newest firmware and was ready to be blown away – and alas.. 98 more words


Dynamic Vlans with Ruckus wireless and Microsoft NPS

Hello all, I recently was given a strange task. An office needs to have everyone in there office on different vlans. The reason for this is that each user is developing software and they need to test VIA wireless to other wireless  devices. 421 more words