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Non-WiFi Interference is Harming Your WiFi Network

It might sound crazy, but it’s true: non-WiFi devices can affect the performance of your WiFi network. How? Well, the wireless frequency bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz for businesses) are license-free. This means that any device can operate on them, sending signals back and forth through the same airspace as all your business critical WiFi devices. …

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How Wi-Fi Automation Complements WiFi Infrastructure

Businesses Need WiFi Infrastructure + WiFi Automation for True Optimization WiFi networking is a strange, complex creature, a living ecosystem of digital information that flows in every possible direction, creating stress points and trouble areas, often in unpredictable ways. This is why, regardless of a network’s size, understanding and properly designing WiFi infrastructure is so …

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WiFi Assurance for Warehouses

Manufacturers are responsible for increasingly complex supply chains that require a high level of warehouse efficiency. With many time-consuming and critical tasks outsourced to technology, the WiFi network is now one of a warehouse’s most vital systems. Whether large or small, all warehouses require assurance that the WiFi is going to work without question. In …

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WiFi Assurance for Distributed Retail

Managing one business location is complicated; add in multiple locations and several different channels of distribution and the complexity only grows. In distributed retail, businesses are faced with everything from dealing directly with customers, to more complex scenarios, which can involve up to three intermediaries between the manufacturer and the end user. Whatever the product …

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How to Overcome the Top Four WiFi Network Issues

WiFi technology is lightyears beyond where it was when it first entered the market. There are now entire offices that solely use WiFi for network connectivity, and it’s practically unheard of for WiFi not to at least be an option. However, all this new technology isn’t pain free. Here are the four top WiFi network …

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The Importance of WiFi for Seniors in Retirement Communities

It isn’t good to be alone. Whether introverted, extroverted, or somewhere in between, humans need some level of regular social interaction. That makes WiFi in senior retirement communities a critical resource, just like other utilities such as electricity, heat, and water. Unlike previous generations, today’s seniors and staff not only depend on WiFi, but they …

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Optimize Your Enterprise WiFi Network for Better Business

When it comes to business, we all want the best, and that includes getting the best performance from our WiFi network. So what exactly does it mean to say the network is optimized? It means your network is future-proofed, scalable, and reliable. It means that when change happens, within reason, the network goes with the …

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Extracting our Dashboard Data Using an API

If you aren’t familiar with API technology, you may be wondering what exactly Wyebot just added with our latest software release. This quick guide will give you the important details on the what, how, why, and who of API support. What does our API offer? API, or Application Programming Interface, support provides third parties with …

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When WiFi is NOT Your Area of Expertise but it is Your Job

We can’t all be RF (Radio Frequency) engineers, but we are all WiFi dependent. So, what are you to do when managing your company’s WiFi falls on your shoulders even though you’ve never claimed to be a WiFi expert? First of all, don’t panic. Thanks to technology, you aren’t in this alone. It is possible …

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Importance of WiFi Automation for Distributed Enterprises

For most, if not all, businesses, one of the most important resources is the WiFi network. This holds doubly true for distributed enterprises where IT must be able to remain in close contact and monitor network efficiency across sites, offices, and warehouses that could be as far away as the other side of the world. …

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101 Guide to Understanding WiFi 6 Data Rates

Wireless network professionals are at home with phrases like spatial streams, data rates, signal-to-noise ratio, and quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) – yikes. For those of us who aren’t comfortable building our WiFi network from scratch though, it can be difficult to make sense of something like what, exactly, WiFi 6’s data rates bring to the …

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How WiFi 6’s MU-MIMO Helps Businesses

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) introduced WiFi 6 (802.11ax) to address the WiFi challenges experienced in high-density deployments; for example, in places like auditoriums, stadiums, conference halls, and transportation centers. One of the changes introduced with WiFi 6 is updated Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output, or, as it’s frequently referred to, MU-MIMO. …

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