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beamforming: Beamforming is a type of RF (radio frequency) management in which an access point uses multiple antennas...

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By Gina Narcisi News Feb 07, 2013

Beamforming technology thwarts network degradation from tablet-turning

Mobile device orientation changes affect wireless network performance, but Ruckus beamforming technology strengthens Wi-Fi signal to mobile devices. Continue Reading


By Shamus McGillicuddy News Mar 11, 2009

Beamforming, RF management key to 802.11n wireless LAN success

Ruckus Wireless introduced beamforming to 802.11n wireless LAN, taking aim at the RF management techniques of Cisco and other rivals. Continue Reading

By Shamus McGillicuddy Mar 12, 2009

Take your WLAN to the next level with "Beamforming" and RF management

Looking to scale your 802.11n WLAN? "Beamforming", "Adaptive Radio Management" and RF management are your friends! Continue Reading


By Shamus McGillicuddy News Apr 24, 2012

WLAN design with Wi-Fi beamforming solves warehouse network problems

Warehousing firm WOW Logistics solved its WLAN design troubles with Wi-Fi beamforming from Ruckus Wireless. Continue Reading


By Rivka Gewirtz Little News Jan 14, 2009

Cisco VARs drive WLAN 802.11n migration with beam-forming

Cisco is offering a new access point along with beam-forming and frequency management applications aimed at helping the channel drive WLAN 802.11n migration. Continue Reading


By Lisa Phifer Problem Solve Jan 10, 2008

Understanding 802.11n wireless antennas

Learn how 802.11n wireless antennas have been improved to increase network footprint, available bandwidth and resilience to problems that crippled older 802.11a/b/g access points, and how improved speed and ... Continue Reading

News Jan 05, 2010

How Wireless LANs will change in 2010

Expect faster, cheaper, more reliable WLANs in 2010, with significant 802.11n adoption, according to Burton Group senior analyst Paul DeBeasi. Continue Reading


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News Dec 21, 2009

Wireless LAN in 2010: cheaper, more robust and reliable asked Burton Group senior analyst Paul DeBeasi to predict what 2010 has in store for wireless LAN. He says 802.11n will get cheaper, more robust and reliable, and the MIMO menu will expand ... Continue Reading


By Shamus McGillicuddy News Jan 31, 2012

Cisco Live London: Cisco debuts 4x4 MIMO wireless LAN access point

At Cisco Live London, Cisco introduced a three-stream 4x4 MIMO wireless LAN access point, the faster and longer-range Aironet 3600. Continue Reading