A Twitter post popped up in my news feed last week showing a graph of the attenuation values for different types of glass – mainly the distinction between a regular glass window and a low emissions (Low E) window. It was showing that Low E windows have a much higher attenuation value than regular windows—a fact that could impact prediction of a network significantly if the incorrect type of window is selected during modeling.Read More
Forever on a quest to improve the accuracy of network predictions in our software, we recently released a new feature called "Body Loss Modeling." With Body Loss Modeling, you can now account for the attenuation caused by bodies packed into a tight space together in your design - most useful for high-density venues like stadiums, arenas, or conference centers.Read More
Designing a high performing wireless network is not easy.
Especially, when the end goal is a network that provides high-performance coverage & capacity, and won't need much troubleshooting and maintenance. This is even harder when you have limited time and budget to finish your Wi-Fi project within!
As an engineer, how many tables, cheat sheets, and references do you spend time looking up and using when designing your network? Ever find yourself looking up 20, 40, 80, 160 MHz channels, 802.11ac data rates, PoE types and power classes or 5 GHz U-NII bands and channels overview?Read More
Have you ever wondered what could be the impact of selecting a wrong wall material in a wireless design project? How about setting the floor plan scale a tad incorrectly or modeling a flat surface instead of an inclined surface? The answer is, seemingly small modeling errors can have huge impacts on network performances and project costs.
Learn how to avoid small errors that might lead to significant flaws. Join our next webinar with resident Wi-Fi expert, Vladan Jevremovic!Read More