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  • Improving the Wi-Fi User Experience

    Accessing WiFi is a common, everyday thing in the average network user’s life – with mobile equipment, WiFi hotspots available all over the world, and increasingly fast and easy-to-use technology, it’s little wonder that more and more people are using this type of network. But how can operators improve the WiFi user experience? WiFi is […]

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  • Systems Design and 802.3bt

    The newest Power over Ethernet (POE) standard, IEEE 802.3bt, offers a lot of speed and power. It’s referred to as 4PPoE, because it uses all four pairs, instead of two pairs, for POE+ power delivery. IEEE 802.3bt will go up to 100 watts, about four times more than the current POE+ IEEE standard. When you […]

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  • WiFi Calling

    WiFi calling is becoming increasingly popular, principally because it’s cheaper than going via a network. Phone companies were largely resistant to this move, both structurally (in terms of infrastructure and market position), and in terms of where they nudged customer behavior. However, they have seen the future it is fully integrated: WiFi systems must be […]

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  • New Standards for Power over Ethernet

    Fifteen years ago Cisco systems were the first to deliver power as well as data along Ethernet cables, connecting the 4/5 (+) and 7/8 (-) untwisted pairs to a power supply. The repurposing of these wires left both manufacturing processes and IT architecture in place, while delivering a massive increase in available functions. This developed […]

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  • How Passive Optical LANs Serve Healthcare-Network Needs

    What is a passive optical network, and how can it serve healthcare networking needs? The passive optical network is set up in a local area network (LAN) environment, bringing optical fiber communications to each end-user. This type of network relies on fiber optic wiring and passive components like splitters and combiners to link each user […]

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