Further Study Resources Information
Here is a great study resource which provides an excellent introduction to 802.11ax high-efficicency wireless:
The best and simplest explanation of dB math (rules of 10’s and 3’s) in approximately 11 mins:
Here are some helpful videos that describe the "what is" and "how to's" of IP Subnetting:
Here is a link with some additional helpful information on Fourier Transforms:
The following link provides additional information about S.A.E. Foundations:
To watch a short video which explains Connection Speeds, in detail, follow this link:
See this link for an explanatory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTIy-rjopY8
MAC Address Aliasing
For Apple -- see Joel Crane's blog for some really helpful information:
For Windows -- click this link, and search the document for "ethers":
For any wireless engineer wanting to meet existing or potential colleagues in the wireless industry, the Wireless LAN Association (WLA) is a great place to start!
Mission Statement: A professional association for the WLAN community, defining industry best practices and quality assurance in the delivery of Wi-Fi networks.
Among other things, the WLA offers its members local chapters and events, newsletters, technical webinars, and free mentoring opportunities!
It is a great place to introduce yourself and start networking with other industry professionals!
WLA Homepage: https://wlanassociation.org/
The leadership team consists of individuals who are experienced and well-known in the industry: https://wlanassociation.org/about/meet-the-team/
Annual membership costs less than US$1.00 per week! Join here: https://wlanassociation.org/join-wla/
WLA Network Design Standards Framework
In today’s Wireless LAN industry, there is a lack of standardized processes for the enablement of successful WLAN design and deployment.
To remedy this problem, the Wireless LAN Association (WLA) has published a Standardized Design Framework which identifies key actions for defining, designing, deploying and diagnosing/assessing/validating a WLAN.
To read more about this framework, which WLA offers freely to any interested parties, click here.