Wireless LAN Professionals Podcast
Summary: Wireless LAN Professionals is place to Educate, Inform, Encourage and Entertain those involved in Wireless LANs. This Wireless LAN Professionals Podcast is an audio manifestation of those goals. Our host is Wireless LAN veteran, consultant, designer, and teacher… Keith Parsons.
In This Episode: - Keith speaks with Dan Klimke about the new netAlly product portfolio and new company name - Wes Purvis present "BLE Deployment Design with Ekahau" at WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - Keith speaks with Ryan Woodings of MetaGeek on their story and what lies in the near future. - Colleen Szymanik presents, "Are all 11ax Networks Created Equal?" from #WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - Keith talks all things Wi-Fi Awards with Scott Lester and Tauni Odia of The Contention Window Podcast, and Sam Clements and Jonathan Davis - Jason Hintersteiner presents his thoughts on 60GHZ - what you need to know about 802 11ad and 802 11ay for his presentation at WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - Keith and Jim Vajda of Frame by Frame and 7 Signal talk Troubleshooting Wi-Fi frame by frame wifi.net - Jonathan Davis presents "Where good RF goes to die" from WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - Keith sits down with Cees Links of Qorvo.com. They reflect on Cees' pioneering work in Wi-Fi and talk about where things are headed with Wi-Fi 6. - Ben Miller shares his thoughts on how to use channel utilization in Wi-Fi from his presentation at WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - David Coleman and Keith talk about some of the different Wi-Fi Conferences they have attended over the years and highlight the differences between them. - Samuel Clements explains from WLPC Phoenix 2019 why he so often replies to Wi-Fi questions with "It depends".
In This Episode: - Jussi & Keith talk Wireless LAN events as they drive through Helsinki in Jussi's 1971 Datsun 240z 3.5liter supercharged. Come along for the ride. - Keith also answers your questions and helps bring clarity to a problematic installation that has grown complicated over time. - Finally, we hear from Dale Hurshowy with his WLPC Phoenix 2019 presentation "Automating AP Testing in the Lab"
In This Episode: - Keith discusses some of the "soft skills" needed to be able to effectively get actual requirements for your scope of work - Panos Vouzis shares what is new with NetBeez - Mike Albano talks about deploying Google Enterprise Wi-Fi
In This Episode: - Drew Lentz of Wi-Fi Stand talks to Keith about the new Wi-Fi Survey Kit - Peter Mackenzie gives a WLAN Association update from WLPC Phoenix 2019
In This Episode: - Keith answers the question "How can I feel comfortable with my knowledge level in wireless?" - Keith and Brian Tuttle talk about what is new with the new Metageek Wi-Spy Air - Jerry Olla talks about Ekahau Connect
In This Episode: - Peter Mackenzie talks about his upcoming CWAP class at the new Titan Ranch training facility - Keith and Roger Sands talk tech details about Wyebot the "how's" and "why's" of this cool technology
In This Episode: - Keith answers the question: "How can I get non-technical people to have a basic understanding of the dynamics of Wireless environments. - Jari Vikstedt from ETS Lindgren talks about what he sees rolling out in 5G
In This Episode: - We answer the question: "How do I get my hands on wireless software tools like AirMagnet? I am just getting started in running a small consulting and integration business. The cost of getting some of these software tools can get pretty daunting" - Keith takes us behind the scenes at Ekahau, getting to know some of the behind-the-scenes players who made the new Ekahau Connect launch possible.
In This Episode: - Anil Gupta from startup Wyebot talks about his journey through a few startups, software development and finally what Wyebot is all about - Devin Barger talks "Next Generation Troubleshooting with Meraki Wireless" from WLPC Prague 2018
In This Episode: Keith has a great conversation with Anand Srinivas from Nyansa talking how useful data and analytics can be and what the future of troubleshooting networks might look like with the help of AI among other things