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CTS 026: Channel Overlap

I tackle the topic of channel overlap in wireless. Some people may refer to this as co-channel interference. Others use the term co-channel cooperation or even co-channel contention. The latter of the two are more accurate terms to use. But first, lets talk about what channel overlap is. I’m referring to two or more access…

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CTS 025: Wireless Certifications

What certifications are available out there for wireless network engineering? When I did some research, I found that there is really one authority on wireless certifications. This episode is about identifying vendor-neutral certifications and vendor-specific certifications. I talk about some of the reasons why one may want to be certified in wireless. Not everyone gets…

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CTS 024: Channel Planning Around Neighboring WiFi Networks

In this episode, we have a listener question from Steve Yuroff who asks: When you have a business with neighbors (particularly residential apartments) where WiFi bleeds over, how do you do channel selection when the neighboring channel use can be an ever changing issue? Networks come and go, a new one could have popped up…

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CTS 023: Jason Hintersteiner Part II – Small & Medium Business WiFi

This is Part 2 of my interview with Jason Hintersteiner joins the Clear To Send podcast to talk about how he got started in WiFi after the thought of having to move to Europe for his employer. From there Jason brings up his experiences working with small & medium business WiFi. If you haven’t listened…

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CTS 022: Jason Hintersteiner Part I – Small & Medium Business WiFi

Jason Hintersteiner joins the Clear To Send podcast to talk about how he got started in WiFi after the thought of having to move to Europe for his employer. From there Jason brings up his experiences working with small & medium business WiFi. This is Part I of a two part podcast interview. The SMB…

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