[WLAN] Motorola Solutions simplifies WING5 Licensing: free stuff

Is was around for a while, but now it's official. Motorola (Solutions) simplifies licensing for it's WING5 WLAN Platform. The following features are now free: Analytics This is the client analytics (mainly for Retail and hospitality industry) so many were talking about. Allows offering guest access services to customers to understand user behavior by gathering... Continue Reading →

Wi-Fi Riddles: Strong signal = bad signal?

While I was working on the next part of the "Unobvious and overlooked Wi-Fi" (which is about channels), I got an interesting knowledge nugget from our engineering. We all know that there is a lower limit to receiver sensitivity, we all know that there must be some upper limit, after which the Rx signal is... Continue Reading →

Running a WLAN controller in VMWare Player

Motorola WiNG5.6 firmware images were finally posted last week, and along them, the VX9000 cloud controller DEMO image. I am very excited about it, as it allows me to run a VM version of Motorola's top controller (or cluster, or hierarchy for that sake) right on my laptop! No need to say about potential for... Continue Reading →

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