Traditional RSSI Location Vs Cisco’s Hyperlocation Accuracy Real World Results Part 1 – The Walled Office

Ever wondered if Cisco's Hyperlocation lives up to the hype? This post is part 1 of a 2 part series looking at real world results of Cisco's Hyperlocation vs the traditional RSSI location accuracy in a traditional walled office environment.

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CWNA Chapter 20 – Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)

My Notes from chapter 20 of the CWNA study guide Mobile Device Management Company-issued devices versus personal devices An MDM solution can be used to manage both company-issued devices and personal devices. the management of CID and BYOD is quite different. The management strategy for company mobile devices usually entails more in-depth security because very …

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CWNA Chapter 19 – Very High Throughput (VHT) and 802.11ac

My Notes from chapter 19 of the CWNA study guide 802.11ac-2013 amendment 802.11ac technology does not operate in the 2.4 GHz ISM band, only the 5 GHz U-NII bands. 5 GHz only 802.11ac expands channel widths even further than 802.11n, with channel widths of 80 MHz and 160 MHz. Due to the limited frequency space …

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CWNA Chapter 18 – 802.11n

My Notes from chapter 18 of the CWNA study guide 802.11n-2009 amendment Defines High Throughput (HT) Clause 20 radios that use multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO) technology in unison with Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) technology Benefits of using MIMO are increased throughput and even greater range 802.11n radios are backward compatible with legacy 802.11a/b/g radios A …

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Well I have been very slack with this blog over the past month sorry for that its been a very busy period for myself. I have had quite abit on at work, the wireless analytics project that I have been working on has picked up quite abit of interest within other departments and cause heaps …

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