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A few basic dB wireless tips

If you have done a lot of wireless the below is bread and butter and appears in many text books in various guises, but for those that need a quick summary or someone looking for a quick “in” to further reading and practise the below might clear a few things up. 1,349 more words

Packet Wrangling Podcast - Episode 2

So, remember when I said that I would be doing these once a week?

Yeah, that was before life came along and decided that it had a different plan in mind!! 173 more words

Networking

Sir, It Appears We’ve Been Jammed!

In a move that would induce ire in Lord Helmet, has hacked together a simple — yet effective — WiFi jammer that comes with a handful of features certain to frustrate whomever has provoked its wrath. 71 more words

Hardware

Sir, It Appears We've Been Jammed!

In a move that would induce ire in Lord Helmet, has recreated Instructables user spacehun’s version of WiFi jammer that comes with a handful of features certain to frustrate whomever has provoked its wrath. 204 more words

Hardware

Make OFDM Great Again

So 802.11ax promises to “reinvent” our dear OFDM technology and bring us to a new promised land of OFDMA. Fly your wireless networking expert flag with pride with this t-shirt! 19 more words

Networking

PacketWrangling Podcast - Spectrum Analysis

https://connectedconcepts.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/2-21-17-packetwrangling-spectrumanalysis.mp3

Welcome to the first Packet Wrangling podcast! In this episode, we take a quick look at spectrum analysis technology and discuss why it’s important both for new deployments and to troubleshoot existing installations.

Networking

802.11?? 2.4 Ghz? 5 Ghz?

Wi-Fi

802.11a

802.11b

802.11ac

802.11n

2.4 GHz

5 GHz

Which is best?

If your Wi-Fi supports 5 GHz, select this.

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Technology