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Coffee and Power | Find coffee shops with good coffee, Wi-Fi, and plugs
A collection of coffee shops that have that ‘unicorn’ combination of good coffee, good Wi-Fi and plugs. All on your phone. Wi-Fi passwords included.
wifi  coffee-shops  directory 
february 2015 by khit
Knowledge Base - Meraki Dashboard
Signal strength from a client to and from the AP should be at least 20 dB for optimal stability and performance. Anything less than 10 dB is unusable.
meraki  events  wifi  network  sysadmin  IT 
july 2013 by khit
Evaluating the strength of your AirPort network | Macworld
noise - signal = signal strength
nice table of recommended signal strength ranges
wifi  network 
november 2012 by khit
Additional Airport Wireless Options |
switch to 802.11n only to avoid interference from other APs in your neighborhood
networking  wifi  airport  apple 
september 2012 by khit
Malware poses as software updates: Why the FBI is warning travelers | TechRepublic
apps that are vulnerable:
wifi  windows  malware  security 
may 2012 by khit
FREE Wireless WiFi Site Survey Software for MAC OS X
NetSpot is also an amazing wireless survey tool for Wi-Fi planning. Load a map, collect some wireless site survey data, build a comprehensive heatmap of your network. Now viewing each channel separately is as easy as a pie. Once you locate an empty channel with no wireless networks - it's the optimal selection for a new Wi-Fi network. NetSpot also lets you easily select channels for new Wi-Fi hotspots with minimal signal to noise ratio.
wifi  sysadmin  networking  wireless 
september 2011 by khit
Create wireless planning maps with NetSpot for OS X | TechRepublic
NetSpot has created an application for OS X that will help you plot the wireless access in your office or environment. This post will walk through the beta version of the NetSpot application and create a wireless access point map. You can download the beta for yourself here.
wifi  accesspoint 
september 2011 by khit
High Performance Wi-Fi - Xirrus
wifi array vendor for campus coverage
august 2007 by khit

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