Farpoint Group

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    A Farpoint Group Technical Note - Multimedia for the Enterprise Wireless LAN: Exploring Key Requirements

    While it can be agreed that the era of multimedia on PCs began about 20 years ago with the addition of sound cards and CD-ROMs, it quickly became clear that support for the real-time delivery of digital media would be a core requirement for the LAN. After all, every other...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Rethinking Spectrum Scarcity: Database-Driven Cognitive Radio

    Let's begin with a myth that must be exposed - it's popularly assumed that there is a shortage of radio spectrum available to wireless devices and applications. And, certainly, while the electromagnetic spectrum in total contains a vast amount of real estate, only a very limited portion here is suitable...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Evaluating Interference in Wireless LANs: Recommended Practice

    Radio-Frequency Interference (RFI) remains a core concern among Wireless LAN (WLAN) users, network administrators, and operations staff alike. After all, the potential for interference is a fact of life in the unlicensed bands where WLANs operate, and, even worse, it is often very difficult to evaluate the effects of interference...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Centralized/Infrastructure Spectral Assurance: Evaluating Total Cost of Ownership

    There is no doubt in the mind, based on years of experience in planning, installing, and troubleshooting wireless LAN installations, that spectral assurance is a required element in any enterprise-class installation. The potential costs associated with a lack of visibility into Layer 1 and resulting from a failure here can...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Wired Vs Wireless: Exploring the TCO for Outdoor Applications

    Despite the overall macroeconomic picture preoccupying the attention of just about everyone these days, there is no recession in networking. Networks of all forms based on the Internet Protocol (IP), after all, constitute the fundamental circulatory system of the world's economy. Enterprise and municipal Local-Area Networks (LANs), Metropolitan-Area Networks (MANs),...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Wired Vs Wireless: Exploring the TCO for Outdoor Applications

    Despite the overall macroeconomic picture preoccupying the attention of just about everyone these days, there is no recession in networking. Networks of all forms based on the Internet Protocol (IP), after all, constitute the fundamental circulatory system of the world's economy. Enterprise and municipal Local-Area Networks (LANs), Metropolitan-Area Networks (MANs),...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Evaluating Interference in Wireless LANs: Recommended Practice

    Radio-Frequency Interference (RFI) remains a core concern among Wireless LAN (WLAN) users, network administrators, and operations staff alike. After all, the potential for interference is a fact of life in the unlicensed bands where WLANs operate, and, even worse, it is often very difficult to evaluate the effects of interference...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Rethinking Spectrum Scarcity: Database-Driven Cognitive Radio

    Let's begin with a myth that must be exposed - it's popularly assumed that there is a shortage of radio spectrum available to wireless devices and applications. And, certainly, while the electromagnetic spectrum in total contains a vast amount of real estate, only a very limited portion here is suitable...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Centralized/Infrastructure Spectral Assurance: Evaluating Total Cost of Ownership

    There is no doubt in the mind, based on years of experience in planning, installing, and troubleshooting wireless LAN installations, that spectral assurance is a required element in any enterprise-class installation. The potential costs associated with a lack of visibility into Layer 1 and resulting from a failure here can...

    Provided By Farpoint Group

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    A Farpoint Group Technical Note - Multimedia for the Enterprise Wireless LAN: Exploring Key Requirements

    While it can be agreed that the era of multimedia on PCs began about 20 years ago with the addition of sound cards and CD-ROMs, it quickly became clear that support for the real-time delivery of digital media would be a core requirement for the LAN. After all, every other...

    Provided By Farpoint Group