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Lisa Phifer, Wireless Networking Expert - Owner
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Deploying 802.11n can increase a WLAN's speed, capacity, reach and reliability, enabling mobility services that make workforces informed and productive. To be competitive, workers need ready access to data, people and tools for collaboration and decision making. Extending your network to deliver multimedia over wireless can make services like unified messaging and video conferencing available wherever needed. This e-book covers best practices for deploying and optimizing 802.11n to support data, voice and video applications.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • 801.11n in a nutshell
  • Designing 802.11n WLANs
  • Optimizing an 802.11n WLAN for voice
  • Delivering video over a multi-services 802.11n WLAN

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Lisa Phifer, Wireless Networking Expert - Owner

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