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WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY 101

THURSDAY 01 AUGUST 2019 | 14:00 – 15:00 BST

Mobile Eye from 7SIGNAL enables organisations to crowdsource real-time Wi-Fi performance data from every corner of their network, directly from their users’ Windows, Apple and Android devices.

Join 7SIGNAL Director of Global Wi-Fi Solutions, Jim Vajda for a demonstration of Mobile Eye and he’ll show you how to quickly identify which buildings, floors, and devices are out of compliance with Wi-Fi performance SLAs, so that corrective action can be taken before anyone even notices a problem.

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TIPS, TECHNIQUES, AND TOOLS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING WIRELESS LANS

WEDNESDAY 07 AUGUST 2019 | 19:00 – 19:45 BST

If you’ve ever been frustrated with the comment, “The Wi-Fi Sucks”… this live presentation from Keith Parsons, founder of Wireless LAN Pros is for you! What can you do to first, find where the problem exists, and then work through a troubleshooting processes to Investigate, Measure, Validate, Spectrum Analysis, Packet Capture and finally work with Management Systems.

Keith will cover the techniques, and especially the tools needed to troubleshoot your Wireless LANs using free, low cost, and professional-level tools across your OS of choice, including Windows, macOS, iOS, Android and Linux platforms.

Attendee’s can print the charts, handouts, tables, and instructions directly from the presentation documents to have a great take-away from the course to continue the learning by doing exercises back on their own Wireless Networks.

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NOT ALL 802.11AX ACCESS POINTS ARE CERTIFIABLE!

THURSDAY 15 AUGUST 2019 | 12:30 – 13:00 BST

The IEEE is currently scheduled to ratify the 802.11ax amendment in Q3 of 2019, with the Wi-Fi Alliance following a similar timeline for an 802.11ax certification. Therefore, it’s important to tread carefully when picking an access point, because not all of the ‘802.11ax access points’ currently on the market will actually meet the certification standards.

In just 30 minutes Ian Tearle will explain what key capabilities are required for an access point to meet the new certification standard, so that you can purchase with confidence.