Monthly Archives: August 2013

29 Aug

Disney And AT&T Team Up On Small Cells">Disney And AT&T Team Up On Small Cells

By WiFiNovation As part of the deal, AT&T will install small cell technology at Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts. The small cell towers will switch from AT&T’s existing licensed wireless spectrum to the installed towers, which reuse the spectrum in smaller increments. The small cell tower coverage will provide better coverage in...
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28 Aug

Super-fast Wi-Fi connections for air travel potentially launching in 2014">Super-fast Wi-Fi connections for air travel potentially launching in 2014

By WiFiNovation If Ofcom’s plan comes off, travellers could be able to use Netflix, watch BBC iPlayer or download digital content using super-fast in-flight Wi-Fi connections within the next year. The UK communications regulator has outlined a plan for a new satellite system that would allow planes, ships and trains to have speedy...
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25 Aug

Different Approaches to Using Wi-Fi to Determine Location by Ruckus">Different Approaches to Using Wi-Fi to Determine Location by Ruckus

By WiFiNovation Indoor location technologies have received a lot of attention in the mobile world recently, with Apple’s acquisition of WiFiSLAM, Google’s increasing support for indoor locations in Google Maps, and Microsoft’s expansion of indoor maps in Bing (source: Seeking Alpha) By knowing where clients are, companies are able to help them get...
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25 Aug

What Is Wi-Fi Site Surveying?">What Is Wi-Fi Site Surveying?

By WiFiNovation Wi-Fi site surveying is a critical component of deploying a successful modern WLAN that meets user expectations and the needs of the organization. The site survey process allows you to understand the unique RF propagation characteristics of the facility and environment into which you are deploying the WLAN. You can validate...
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