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  Co-author – Steve Shearer , Chief Scientist, octoScope   Contributors – Ming Chong and Santa Chowdhury (octoScope) We have been particularly grateful to Nilesh Doshi (Sr. Cellular AP Supervisor) for his supervision. Servicing many clients which are using little packets with non-Wi-Fi 6 is inefficient as the overheads incurred simply by the preamble along […]

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Enterprise operators are searching for new methods to leverage Industry 4.0 – the transformation of traditional production and industrial practices using smart technology – once we move toward an environment of large-scale Device to Device (M2M) communications and Web of Items (IoT) deployments powered by both dominant wireless technologies, 5G and Wi-Fi 6. Nevertheless, several […]

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Anyone involved in designing, working and deploying their corporation’s network is quite aware they are changing significantly. Experts are usually abuzz with predicting how emerging technology will drive adjustments in operations and skill over the next couple of years. We at Cisco furthermore experienced the act with this inaugural 2020 Global Networking Trends Report, which […]

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Co-Writer: Byron Magrane Improvement marches on. New specifications drive technologies and for cellular it’s 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6. The application form, reliability and performance needs of today’s tech customers and the plethora of W-Fi enabled gadgets are simply too compelling. But how can you migrate your wireless system to the new regular without impacting your […]

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OFDMA (Orthogonal Regularity Division Multiple Gain access to) is arguably the most important feature of Wi-Fi 6. The bottom line is, it allows multiple customers to transmit or receive from an Entry Point simultaneously by sharing accessible bandwidth. OFDMA’s spectral effectiveness improves transmission or even delay in RF atmosphere latency, which includes moderate to great […]

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