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  • Wireless network coverage at championships

    ADC Krone was a sponsor of the World Mountain Bike Championships held in Rotorua, New Zealand. The event was held in August this year and included more than 620 riders from 39 countries. 

  • Microsoft and other organisations choosing 5GHz WLANs over 2.4GHz

    Bluetooth, microwave ovens, cordless phones and consumer WLAN kit all compete for the 2.4GHz frequency. Many enterprises are therefore tuning their WLANs to the 5GHz band to get a cleaner, faster and more managable connection. 

  • Prepare your WLAN for mobile applications

    In order to upgrade WLANs for mobile devices and mobility applications, network managers must implement 802.11n technology, and WLAN architectures that can handle lossless applications like VoIP and other unified communications. 

  • How to connect large WLANs into a campus network

    Learn how to bridge wireless LANs to create a single, office-wide or use meshes to create campus networks. 

  • How to secure a WLAN

    Learn how to configure wireless LAN security, including choosing the right security standard and setting up a Robust Security Network. In this PrepLogic training video, you'll learn Cisco Aironet 1200 configuration for security, as well as troublesho... 

  • How to fix Android Wi-Fi problems

    Learn how to ensure your Android devices connect to your enterprise WLAN with this tip. 

  • PRIMER: WiFi sniffers

    Learn about WiFi sniffers, how they operate, how they can help to manage your WLANs and why Google is far from alone in its use of the technology. 

  • How to fix iPad and iPhone Wi-Fi problems

    Learn how to manage iPhone OS Wi-Fi clients and address common iPad and iPhone Wi-Fi problems with this illustrated tutorial. 

  • Can devices with 802.11b or g connect to 802.11n WLANs?

    If your old laptops or handheld devices offer 802.11 a, b, or g, you can still adopt 802.11n access points. But you'll need new hardware to take advantage of 802.11n's speed. 

  • Why is WiFi performance so variable?

    Wireless networks are notoriously fickle, as different combinations of access points and clients deliver drastically different performance. In this interview, one Network Engineer calls for changes to make WLANs more predictable. 

  • WLAN standards update

    Learn how 802.11n advances WLAN standards, and how security is one key area that continues to demand WLAN users' attention. 

  • See more News on Wireless networks
  • Microsoft and other organisations choosing 5GHz WLANs over 2.4GHz

    Bluetooth, microwave ovens, cordless phones and consumer WLAN kit all compete for the 2.4GHz frequency. Many enterprises are therefore tuning their WLANs to the 5GHz band to get a cleaner, faster and more managable connection. 

  • Prepare your WLAN for mobile applications

    In order to upgrade WLANs for mobile devices and mobility applications, network managers must implement 802.11n technology, and WLAN architectures that can handle lossless applications like VoIP and other unified communications. 

  • How to connect large WLANs into a campus network

    Learn how to bridge wireless LANs to create a single, office-wide or use meshes to create campus networks. 

  • How to secure a WLAN

    Learn how to configure wireless LAN security, including choosing the right security standard and setting up a Robust Security Network. In this PrepLogic training video, you'll learn Cisco Aironet 1200 configuration for security, as well as troublesho... 

  • How to fix Android Wi-Fi problems

    Learn how to ensure your Android devices connect to your enterprise WLAN with this tip. 

  • PRIMER: WiFi sniffers

    Learn about WiFi sniffers, how they operate, how they can help to manage your WLANs and why Google is far from alone in its use of the technology. 

  • How to fix iPad and iPhone Wi-Fi problems

    Learn how to manage iPhone OS Wi-Fi clients and address common iPad and iPhone Wi-Fi problems with this illustrated tutorial. 

  • Can devices with 802.11b or g connect to 802.11n WLANs?

    If your old laptops or handheld devices offer 802.11 a, b, or g, you can still adopt 802.11n access points. But you'll need new hardware to take advantage of 802.11n's speed. 

  • Why is WiFi performance so variable?

    Wireless networks are notoriously fickle, as different combinations of access points and clients deliver drastically different performance. In this interview, one Network Engineer calls for changes to make WLANs more predictable. 

  • WLAN standards update

    Learn how 802.11n advances WLAN standards, and how security is one key area that continues to demand WLAN users' attention. 

  • See more All on Wireless networks
About Wireless networks

Wireless networks and mobility are proliferating in the corporate network and enabling many vertical applications. Networking professionals need to know about wireless LAN (WLAN) equipment, WLAN implementation, wireless security, managing wireless networks, wireless standards and more.