Great Wi-Fi Starts with Proper design

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We've all experienced bad Wi-Fi. More than likely, these networks with inconsistent coverage or capacity were due to poor planning. A successful WLAN deployment addresses all the needs placed on the network, including both RF coverage and capacity requirements. While RF coverage assessment and verification tools have been widely available to network architects - tools for accurately designing a network to meet capacity requirements have been scarce. In this webinar, Network architect Andrew von Nagy will review the key concepts of WLAN capacity planning and show you how to use the Revolution Wi-Fi Planner in an iterative process along with RF planning to successfully design WLANs to meet both coverage and capacity demands.
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