It's another week in quarantine but that's not stopping the wireless news. In this episode, we recorded a video for the YouTube channel to provide another form of medium if video is your thing.
Cisco taking some of their exams online
In a new turn of events, Cisco has made nearly all their certification exams online. With the quarantine and work-from-home in effect, the certification studying can continue. Susie Wee announces the news in a blog with a link to a Cisco page containing all the details.
New Channel Chart by Keith Parsons
6 GHz is nearly here. The vote is set to happen in a few days. Keith R. Parsons created a graphic which displays the possible channels Wi-Fi can use. Just look at that large 1200 MHz worth of frequency and the number of channels available.
New iPhone SE
Apple quietly releases a new iPhone with Wi-Fi 6 and CBRS capabilities. We will continue to see the adoption of these new technologies rise as people upgrade their mobile devices every year. And this is at a good price point of $399.
Got more information on the AirMagnet come back:
Have you heard? There's something new coming to AirMagnet. We sure hope it includes Link-Live functionality and the use of their handheld tools with the survey software. They are hosting a webinar this week.
Did we mention 6GHz?
There's plenty of documents on the FCC website if you dare to take a look.
Tx power in Ekahau
Cisco added back the Aironet IE information when analyzing Wi-Fi networks. You can see it visibly in Ekahau, as Sam Clements points out.
Complexities of Wi-Fi in Higher Education
Rowell Dionicio participated in an Ekahau webinar to discuss the complexities of Wi-Fi in Higher Education. It was an insightful and fun discussion with an engaging audience.
Rowell created new YouTube Videos
In a series of YouTube videos, Rowell highlights the features of different Ekahau products.
Chuck on Twitter
Chuck has given so much to the wireless community and has been constantly asked to join Twitter. Well, now he has one.
HPE 6GHz Roundtable with Chuck Lukaszewski
Both of us participated to a webinar on 6GHz last week, here is the recording: