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Before Wi-Fi really gained traction in the enterprise and education space, planning a wireless installation was a breeze. We just based everything on coverage. Fast forward to today and it’s crystal clear how critical Wi-Fi has been for productivity, business, and innovation. High-density Wi-Fi is a requirement. What has changed in the way Wi-Fi has […]

Wi-Fi – 5GHz – to tune or not to tune?

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WiFi signal at 20 MHz has a very distinct shape. This shape leads to overlap on other WiFi channels that can be used for setting up access points (AP). Unlike 2.4 GHz channels, all 25 of the available 5 GHz channels are non-overlapping at 20 MHz wide. Whew! For best practices, it is highly recommended to […]

Wi-Fi Tuning for 2.4GHz

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In the United States, while channels 1-13 can be used for 2.4 GHz WiFi, only three channels are considered non-overlapping (channels 12 and 13 are allowed under low powered conditions, but for most cases are not used). For best results, it is highly recommended to keep the 2.4 GHz channels to 1, 6, and 11, […]

UniFi Controller upgraded to v5.10.25

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Please be advised that the UniFi controller hosted in the Lightspeed cloud has been upgraded from version 5.10.24 to version 5.10.25. This is the latest release for UniFi SDN Contoller 5.10, which is Ubiquiti’s current stable release branch. Release Notes: Java 8 must be installed on the system hosting the controller software. Java 9 and […]