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LTE-U v. Wi-Fi Battle Set to Escalate

The battle between LTE-U and Wi-Fi will continue, even escalate – there is a lot at stake. LTE-U is designed to let cellular networks boost data speeds over short distances. 308 more words


Wireless Network Security - The Basics of Securing a Wireless LAN

Network Authentication ProcessThe process of a client associating and authenticating to an access point is standard. Should shared key authentication be selected at the client, there are additional packets sent confirming the keys authenticity.The following describes EAP network authentication.1. 1,055 more words

CWSP - Chapter 2 - Legacy 802.11 Security

To understand today’s security methods we must first understand the original methods!


This step occurs before association and is often confused with standard authentication using username/password combinations. 637 more words


Improving WiFi Throughput with FM Radio

WiFi networking is one of those things that is reasonably simple to use, but has a lot of complex hidden features (dare we say, hacks) that make it work, or work better. 417 more words

Wireless Hacks

Arduino's Long-Awaited Improved WiFi Shield

Announced at the 2014 Maker Faire in New York, the latest Arduino WiFi shield is finally available. This shield replaces the old Arduino WiFi shield, while providing a few neat features that will come in very handy for the yet-to-be-developed Internet of Things. 198 more words

Arduino Hacks

Captive Portal Automated Testing

If you’ve ever been to a coffee shop for free WiFi, and needed to sign-in for Internet access, you’ve used a Captive Portal. Are you developing one? 34 more words


Will it run OpenWRT?

Ben Greear just pulled a desk into the office and spilled a huge pile of teeny tiny embedded WiFi AP motherboards onto it along with all kinds of other fiddly bits. 19 more words