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Confusing Wi-Fi Labeling Should be a Federal Offense

by Eric Camulli

I recently went computer shopping with my wife and I was astonished at how challenging it was to identify one that would fit her needs. Her requirements where not complicated: less than a grand, fast for working with Office365 applications, including OneDrive, and fast web browsing. I wasn’t surprised by these specs, as the primary Read More

Guest Wi-Fi in coffee shop

Guest Wi-Fi Shouldn’t Feel So Unwelcoming

by Eric Camulli

I’ve been beta testing 7signal’s Mobile Eye for iOS for a few weeks now by taking Wi-Fi performance readings everywhere I go. The iPhone app measures ping, throughput, web page download speed and will also calculate a MOS score for VoIP testing. I enjoy logging into the EyeQ platform and tracking the history. It’s also Read More

CiscoLive! and 7signal

Value Prop Validation Received at CiscoLive!

by Eric Camulli

  We recently exhibited at CiscoLive! in San Diego. We gave a few hundred demonstrations to eager wireless LAN professionals looking for ways to increase operational efficiency and improve the Wi-Fi experience for their organizational customers. The event was remarkable and I commend Cisco for putting on an event so energizing and well organized.  Most Read More

2.4GHz Wi-Fi is Terrible

Plea for Greater Wi-Fi Education – Ignorance Perpetuates 2.4GHz, Promotes Frustration

by Eric Camulli

  When people ask your advice on specs when purchasing their own laptop for work or home, you probably give them some minimum requirements for CPU, memory and disk space. You might also tell them about screen size and resolution. But are you failing your comrade by neglecting to mention minimum Wi-Fi requirements? It’s not Read More

802.11ac Migration – Part 3: What Nobody’s Telling You About Wave 2

by Eric Camulli

  Here it is…the finale. Part 3 of the 3-part 802.11ac blog series. We’ve tried to give it to you straight and we hope this has been informative. 802.11ac can be complicated and again, our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to Read More

80 MHz Channel Plan

802.11ac Migration – Part 2: What Nobody’s Telling You About 80MHz and 160MHz Channel Bonding

by Eric Camulli

  In part 2 of this 3-part blog series, we strip away the hype and expose hidden details that WLAN vendors gloss over, or perhaps leave out.  Our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to it as your device population shifts to Read More

Aruba Recieve Sensitivity by Encoding Scheme

802.11ac Migration – Part 1: What Nobody’s Telling You About 256-QAM

by Eric Camulli

  In part 1 of this 3-part blog series, we strip away the hype and expose hidden details that WLAN vendors gloss over, or perhaps leave out.  Our aim is to tell you what to expect from 802.11ac in the real world and how best to migrate to it as your device population shifts to Read More

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