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Tuning outdoor wireless network performance by Mike Everest Topic: Technical
Class Licensed Spectrum can deliver great results for low cost, but being effectively a free-for-all environment, achieving maximum throughput in relatively dense urban environments can often prove difficult. This article presents some tactics to maximise your link efficiencies by exploring 5 bas...
Date Added: Friday 09 November, 2012
Proximity is King: Dispelling two myths of public access WiFi by Mike Everest Topic: Technical
I often respond to questions related to the best way to deliver a public access WiFi service for various applications including hotel rooms, shopping malls, and wider outdoor areas like parks gardens or tourism districts. This article addresses two big misconceptions about delivery of these kinds...
Date Added: Thursday 26 July, 2012
Traffic Shaping - an analogous treatment by Mike Everest Topic: Technical
Why is a data network so much like a railway network? This article uses a railway analogy to describe some important principles of QoS systems for data networks.
Date Added: Thursday 09 December, 2010
On Bandwidth and Backhaul Provisioning by Mike Everest Topic: Technical
Have you ever needed to ask "how many customers can I service with a 8meg DSL service"? This article helps to provide some answers and a way to select the right bandwidth for your internet services application.
Date Added: Tuesday 07 July, 2009
Radio Theory and Link Planning by Mike Everest Topic: Technical
Planning a long distance link and want to know what sort of equipment you need? These calculators and tables will provide everything you need to know.
Date Added: Thursday 06 November, 2008
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