Archive for September 2013
I was catching up on some of my subscribed YouTube channels this weekend when I checked in on the CWNP TV channel, I then found a new video that was posted by Tom Carpenter just last week. It’s a good 45 minute video that goes over some great fundamental details of the new 802.11ac standard.
It’s definitely worth a listen to if you have not done any other research on 802.11ac and you are curious at how 802.11ac is able achieve its new record of wireless speeds. It also explains that we will see 2 different waves of 802.11ac, wave 1 (going on now) and a wave 2 where will see even more improvements.
Now, I don’t want to ruin anything from the video but you can find the video here.
Another year down!
Time flies when you are having fun right! Last year my blog was seeing around 3600+ visits a month, now I am seeing stats from 5,300 views to 7,400 views a months! A large jump from previous years, nowadays I get as many views in a month as I did for my whole first year of blogging! It just goes to show you what is possible when you put your mind to something and stay dedicated to a cause (or your career in this case). I can only image the statistics I will being next year, just thinking about it motivates me to write more!
Top 5 articles for the year: (Still a majority of these posts are wireless related!)
- Understanding a Wi-Fi connection with 7,224 views (10,442 All-time views)
- Wireless networking and the 5 Ghz RF range with 2,751 views (4,878 All-time views)
- Packet Flow through a Cisco ASA with 2,331 views (2,970 All-time views)
- Cisco WLC Interfaces with 2,174 (4,242 All-time views)
- Let’s look at 802.11 beacon frames with 1,881 view (3,838 All-time views)
Total visits to the blog to date: 111,071!!!!! (Over double of last year’s stats!)