Tag: wireless

  • Keeping My Eyes on Republic Wireless

    From Geek.com: The mobile networks in the US are designed to prevent new competition from entering the market. The US isn’t likely to see a new carrier to deliver a service that functions the same way that the current traditional carriers do. In order to succeed, a radical concept needs to be deployed. Republic Wireless…

  • Troubleshooting Wi-Fi

    Troubleshooting Wi-Fi

    This was a good recent read about the usual suspects that interfere with your wireless networks and a few new ones that are always good to know about.  If you have WiFi issues it is worth the time. Read more: What’s killing your Wi-Fi? | Analysis | Features | PC Prohttp://www.pcpro.co.uk/features/367672/whats-killing-your-wi-fi#ixzz1NthhtFdB

  • Getting Your Wireless Network Up to Speed

    The NY Times discusses the issues, solutions, and equipment in the area of wirless home networking.  If you didn’t know that powerline networking is working on Gigabit speeds or where you might wish to deploy it check out the full article at http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/13/technology/personaltech/13basics.html. A reminder that for so many of the current uses, a wired…

  • Ekahau HeatMapper maps out WiFi signals

    For the full article see http://hackaday.com/2009/06/16/ekahau-heatmapper-maps-out-wifi-signals/ The term ‘warwalking’ isn’t used very often, but the Ekahau HeatMapper adds a new tool to the pod bound hacker’s arsenal. The tool maps out wireless access points as well as their signal strength within a facility. A test of the HeatMapper on a map made with AutoDesk Dragonfly…