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Version 9.1 out: Sidekick and macOS support officially released

We just released Ekahau Site Survey & 3D Planner v9.1 . Key additions: Officially supports Ekahau Sidekick Wi-Fi measurement device Officially supports macOS Ekahau Sidekick...

Webinar on Wednesday: Retail Wi-Fi Essentials for Network Engineers

In this webinar, Stewart Goumans, a recognised expert in the field of Wi-Fi design and tuning, is kind enough to join us on our monthly...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Healthcare Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi in the healthcare environment can be complex.  Medical grade WLANs  often have many different services on them – RTLS, VoWi-Fi, Electronic Health Records (EHR),...

VIDEO: 10 essentials of high performance Wi-Fi

I was invited to speak at the HPE – Aruba Atmosphere (#ATM17) Conference in Nashville just a couple of weeks ago. It’s the largest mobility conference...

Detecting Access Point Names During Site Surveys

If you have personally designed, installed and configured the WLAN you are tasked with maintaining, there is a good chance that you know which AP...

Walking is good for the health…

… of your Wi-Fi network. That’s the title of my presentation at the BICSI Winter Conference in late January (22nd through 26th). It will be...

Ekahau Wi-Fi Show Ep. 01 – Where are my AP names?

On this first episode of the Ekahau Wi-Fi Show, Nick Turner (@nickjvturner) & Jerry Olla (@jolla) discuss why sometimes AP names don’t show up in your...

When to Merge Wi-Fi Site Survey Project Files

Summary of Merging Site Survey Project Files Merging project files allows you to combine multiple project file contents into a single project file. This enables multiple...

Mac OS X version of Ekahau Site Survey in Public Beta!

Ekahau Site Survey version 8.6 released for both Windows and OS X (Beta) Today, we’re finally releasing Ekahau Site Survey for Mac OS X in...

Building a portable Ekahau Throughput (iPerf) Server

The challenge: A Wi-Fi assessment project that also required measuring network performance, including jitter (variation in latency) and packet loss. To capture jitter required use of...