802.11ac - Wireless Gigabit Speeds Driving Changes in Wireless Analysis
by WildPackets on Apr 17, 2013
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To watch the full-length Ondemand Webcast go to: http://bit.ly/80211ac_wireless_gigabit
802.11ac is the very latest technology to be introduced as part of the 802.11 family of specifications. With 11ac, wireless networking shatters the gigabit threshold, delivering up to 6.93Gbps (aggregated throughput) under certain configurations. Even though the specification is still at least a year away from ratification, equipment is already being introduced to the market based on a draft version of the standard.
Traditional wireless LAN analysis relied on USB adapters being used as receivers to capture wireless packets for analysis. With 11ac, these days are long gone. USB is just not capable of moving data at the rates possible with 11ac. A new method for capturing data for analysis is required. Join us as we dive into 802.11ac, and demonstrate what we believe will be the new standard in wireless packet capture and analysis.
In this web seminar, we will cover:
- The basics of 802.11ac
- A comparison of 802.11ac with 802.11n
- Deficiencies in traditional WLAN capture and analysis techniques for 802.11ac
- New techniques for capturing data at 802.11ac speeds
What you will learn:
- How 802.11ac works
- How the technology will likely be deployed
- Why it is relevant for enterprises
- How to perform wireless data capture and analysis at 802.11ac speeds
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