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In 802.11ax communications, the trigger frame is used for multiple purposes. One of them is to allocate ressources for a specific multi-user OFDMA transmission. In this article, we are going to take a deeper look at some of the interesting fields we will find in this trigger frame. For more details, you can look at section [...]
As you know, all data rates are changing with 802.11ax, Hence, the new MCS table you can find here: https://www.semfionetworks.com/blog/mcs-table-updated-with-80211ax-data-rates In this article, we will see how we can figure out the data rate of a specific 802.11ax data frame. If you want to know how to capture 802.11ax data frames, refer to this article [...]
I was invited to attend and present at the Wi-Fi Design Day in Sydney organized by Ekahau and Dicker Data. I would like to thank Grant, Antony, Darko and the rest of Ekahau’s team for organizing such a nice event. We presented at the Opera House, which is such an iconic venue in Sydney! Stephen [...]
In this article, I will show you how you can customize your WLAN Pi and make it your own! Feel free to comment and tell me how you guys customize yours. Here is the video tutorial that explains these customizations. CREATE YOUR OWN USER Creating your own user allows you to have your own password [...]
UPDATE (OCTOBER 2019) Thanks to Florent Lassia, we were able to configure the Wi-Fi NIC to bride to the Ethernet NIC. In the Hotspot mode, you can now have your Wi-Fi hotspot running, connect a client device to that Wi-Fi network and receive network connectivity to the LAN if your WLAN Pi is connected to [...]
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