Watch the full OnDemand Webcast: http://bit.ly/wcincreasing80211
Making the move to 802.11n? Though the rewards are significant, they come with a cost. The increased complexity of 802.11n can be a bit maddening, and it will definitely impact the way you design, monitor, and maintain your WLAN. MIMO? Channel bonding? Aggregation? If these terms aren’t currently part of your WLAN vocabulary, they certainly will be by the time you make the move. And even though the specification has been ratified for some time now, 802.11n hardware continues to evolve.
Join us as we explore the number of MIMO streams, channel bonding, guard interval lengths, and other characteristics that define your WLAN capabilities. We’ll also characterize the current state of commercially available 802.11n hardware, arming you with the information you need to determine if, when, and how you want to make the move.
In these slides, we will cover:
- Key technologies that are new to 802.11n
- The relative importance of each technology in contributing to increased performance
- The current “state of the art” of commercially available 11n equipment
What you will learn:
- What new 11n technologies are most important to you
- When to use the various 11n technologies
- How to monitor and analyze WLANs – both mixed-mode and Greenfield 11n
Watch the full webcast at: http://bit.ly/80211nIncreasedSpeedComplexity.