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Devices Lurking in the Shadows

The phrases shadow devices, shadow IoT, shadow nodes, and shadow clients all refer to the same concept: many devices connected to your network are not organization-owned devices. These devices can introduce serious security concerns and should become a known element in your processes.

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Droning On about Signal Strength and Antenna Location

Those who've worked in the Wi-Fi world already know that antenna location (or device location for those with internal-only antennas) is key to signal propagation and, therefore, received signal strength. What if you could dynamically move the antenna so that the link is best when transmission is required? What if you only required data transfers to occur at infrequent times? Could drones be the answer in some situations?
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Speeds Like the 1990s in Wireless and We Love It

Faster is not always better and, with modern IoT, slower and slower is often the name of the game. Just how slow can you go? Think modem speeds from the 90s.

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Wi-Fi Trek 2019 Technical Recap Webinar Slides

As promised, here are the webinar slides from the October 18, 2019 webinar with brief notes on each presentation and links to view the presentation on CWNPTV on YouTube.

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How CWSA Helps In Understanding Algorithms

Tom Carpenter gives a brief on how CWSA can help you in understanding algorithms needed in AI.

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The Reality of 5G and CWSA

Tom Carpenter gives a brief on how the new Certified Wireless Solutions Administrator (CWSA) track goes beyond Wi-Fi.

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Beyond Wi-Fi: Meet the CWSA

A new certification track that opens up the world of wireless!

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Wi-Fi Trek Keynote: Protocol Analysis

Our conference attendees love learning about how networking works, and protocol analysis is one of the best ways to get down to where the rubber meets the road and understand networking. One of the leading protocol analysis experts in the world has come on board as our Wednesday keynote speaker for Wi-Fi Trek 2019.

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Wi-Fi Trek Keynote: IT Goes Retro!

When we began the process of selecting keynote speakers for this year's Wi-Fi Trek 2019 conference, I considered various people I might invite. The person I wanted for the Thursday keynote has given to and continues to give to the technology community. His name is Stewart Cheifet, and if you don't know who he is, read on to find out about one of the most interesting presenters in the history of Wi-Fi Trek.

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KRACK - It's Not As Bad As You Think

The recent reveal of the key reinstallation attack (KRACK) caused much stir in the wireless LAN community. This post addresses the reality of the attack, what should be done immediately, and lessons we should learn from it.

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