Today, PoE is powering many mission-critical devices, including VoIP systems, Wi-Fi networks, surveillance systems, digital lighting, building access, IoT devices, digital signage, etc. As with bandwidth, PoE has also increased, evolving from 12W to 25W.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology that enables Ethernet cables to carry electrical power to devices such as Wi-Fi access points, IP cameras, VoIP phones, signage, and other networked devices along with data
This is the third blog in a series on Wi-Fi 6 and the new 6GHz spectrum. Read the other blogs as well: Designing for 6GHz
Advantages of WPA3 for Wi-Fi Security This is the second blog in a series of Wi-Fi 6 and the new spectrum. Read blog 1; Designing
A popular feature of the EtherScope nXG is the Network Performance Test. This allows the EtherScope to send simultaneous streams of test traffic to up to four remote endpoints.
Packets don’t lie. Network engineers have heard that statement for years. For the most part, it is true. When a device is placed properly in
Have you ever noticed how while standing in one place the Wi-Fi network works great, but while walking around the building you get disconnected or
Hard to believe, but there are vendors out there calling their product a “network tester” when it can’t even link.