What Changes in the Field due to WPA3 – Our Take

What Changes in the Field due to WPA3 – Our Take

The world has come to our fingertips, thanks to the technology called Wireless Fidelity or more commonly known as Wi-Fi. We know what’s going on in the world, can stay connected with a larger community, keep a tab on our professional circle and even get trained on...
5G CPE: Need for long duration end to end stress tests

5G CPE: Need for long duration end to end stress tests

Why should you soak test your 5G CPE? For any technology to become mature, a huge amount of tests have to happen behind the scenes. With  hardware and software components recently developed and, usually, under very tight deadlines, extensive testing is an assured...
How to Test a WiFi Access Point or Router?

How to Test a WiFi Access Point or Router?

9 Crucial WiFi Access Point Test Scenarios At the moment, we are all spoilt for choice when it comes to Access Points & Routers. From low 10s of dollars to 1000+ we have access points, gateways, routers and extenders that address every niche in terms of capability...
Interfaces for Network Switches

Interfaces for Network Switches

We live in a world where anything that computes, connects. Today, seamless and reliable connectivity is non-negotiable. While the end user browses through Google and web pages, the packets from the PC travel overseas to reach google and vice versa, behind the...
WiFi moves to OFDMA

WiFi moves to OFDMA

OFDMA WiFi-6 or 802.11ax is the next generation of WiFi Technology. It is expected to make a huge difference in the way people and more importantly IoT devices access the network.  One of the major differences between the current generation and the next generation...
802.11ax – Ready For Deployment?

802.11ax – Ready For Deployment?

WiFi as of Today The  number of WiFi devices in the world would be in the range of 10 – 12  billion now if we extrapolate the estimation by WiFi Alliance from a couple of years ago [2]. It has taken a couple of decades to reach this number [1]. These WiFi...