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Using Wave 2 to Quadruple the Capacity of Your Classroom WLAN

by Sean Blanton on Feb 25, 2016

Classrooms are changing with the times

Forbes reported in 2014 that only 25% of all technology administrators said they have enough connectivity and bandwidth to meet student and teacher needs. Today’s classrooms increasingly need not “just” WiFi, but reliable, high-capacity WiFi. They need to deal with many challenges: the interactive learning of the “flipped classroom,” streaming video, online testing, and of course lots of mobile devices. They need to empower teachers, even those with limited access to IT support staff.

Say hello to Wave 2

The new 802.11ac Wave 2 standard can both improve the classroom experience and lower your TCO. (You’ve heard the slogan “One access point per classroom”? Not necessarily true!) 

Join us for a free webinar

On Wednesday, March 2nd, at 8:00 am PST (11:00 am EDT), Mojo Networks will have a free webinar: “How Wave 2 technology can quadruple the capacity of your classroom WLAN.” It will be presented by Robert Ferruolo, Senior Technical Marketing Engineer for Mojo Networks, who has a decade of experience in WiFi. He’ll show you, step by step, how to design a 802.11ac Wave 2 WLAN for your classroom.

Learn about:

  • Simplified capacity planning
  • Calculating channel capacity requirements
  • Application bitrates
  • The difference between data rates and throughput rates
  • Low, moderate, and high density throughput capacity
  • Benefits of MU-MIMO
  • and more!

It's ideal for IT Directors, Directors of Technology, and Technology Coordinators. Please join us.

Register for the Webinar: Designing a Classroom Network

Topics: WLAN planning, School, 802.11ac, Wave 2, Classrooms