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WPA3 Security Enhancements
Posted by Hemant Chaskar on Apr 12, 2018
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The current standard for security over WiFi links is WPA2. WiFi Alliance recently announced plans to introduce WPA3 for improvements to WiFi security. While no technical details on WPA3 have been announced, there are clues in the announcement and in the technical literature, to what WPA3 may contain. This blog reviews security protocols, namely OWE and Dragonfly, that are believed to be introduced in WPA3.

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What Drives Great WiFi Access Point Performance? Hardware Components and Software Architecture.
Posted by Robert Ferruolo (Dr. RF) on Sep 20, 2016

Why don’t most enterprise WiFi access point vendors tell you what’s inside their AP? They don’t publish which WiFi chipset the AP uses, or the CPU specification. At best they state the amount of RAM. When you evaluate APs for your deployment, you should consider hardware components. Hardware components and the software running on it will impact the AP’s performance and user experience. The test results below demonstrate this.

HD Video Streams: How Many Can Your AP Support?
Posted by Robert Ferruolo (Dr. RF) on Aug 30, 2016

The classroom paradigm continues to shift as new technology is adopted. Long gone are the days of watching a movie in class by threading the film from one reel, through the projector, onto the other reel. Film was replaced by videotape, which was replaced by laser disks and then by DVDs. The new classroom instruction model includes HD video streamed wirelessly on demand from a local/regional distribution server (or from the web) to each student, who has their own computer or tablet.

The latest paradigm is much more personal and interactive, which greatly increases the number of clients (tablets, laptops, and smartphones), the client density, the different types of applications, and the requirements and bandwidth those applications. In order to be able to support this shift, many parts of the school’s IT infrastructure must be updated, especially the wireless LAN.

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Comparing Aruba IAP-325 802.11ac Wave 2 Performance to Mojo C-120
Posted by Robert Ferruolo (Dr. RF) on Aug 24, 2016

Mojo C-120 Dominates, Aruba IAP-325 Lags in Campus WiFi

When we do competitive performance testing, we expect the premiere APs from our competitors to be in the same ballpark. We were quite surprised at the poor showing of the Aruba IAP-325 in the 50 client, mixed application test. The Aruba IAP-325 performed on par with the Mojo C-120 for the video and voice clients, but at the expense of the data clients where only 40% met the 1 Mbps minimum data throughput standard.