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When to Use a Wi-Fi Access Point With an External Antenna

Antennas are an essential part of the design aspect of a wireless network. The selection of an Access Point is very important when it comes...

Ekahau for Designing Location-Based Services with Bluetooth (BLE)

Hey, designing Wi-Fi that works well is easy, right? I mean, the guys on the wired side have big systems to monitor their switches and...

How Ekahau Sidekick™ Was Leveraged at a Leading Security Conference Last Month

My colleague, Joel Crane, and I were given the opportunity to attend a large security conference in Las Vegas last month. While it may seem...

Updating Your Access Points

You may have many reasons to update your access points beyond simply acquiring the latest technology. It is very tempting to replace existing access points...

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...

Infographic: High Capacity Wi-Fi

Is your enterprise prepared to take on high capacity planning? Have you defined the objectives for primary and secondary coverage goals? Our new infographic, High...

Wi-Fi Airtime Utilization in Ekahau Site Survey and Planner 9.0

Ekahau Site Survey & 3D Planner v9.0 Released!

To address the increasing capacity challenges with Wi-Fi networks, we released Ekahau Site Survey and 3D Planner version 9.0 today. Enterprise Wi-Fi networks today are...

Wi-Fi Capacity Planning and the Importance of Balancing between 2.4GHz and 5GHz

When testing and fine-tuning our upcoming capacity planning product, I started more and more struggling with the dilemma: What percentage of the client devices prefer...

Latest Wi-Fi Design Webinar Recordings

A big thank you to all of our 2016 webinar guest presenters! In case you missed any of our past webinars, check out the recordings...

Guest Blog: Using Ekahau Site Survey to Create a 2.4 GHz Radio Plan

By Matthew Frederick Since 2.4 GHz has only three non-overlapping channels, it is simply not practical to leave all 2.4 GHz radios on – especially...