03.12.2013 Computer Repair Raleigh Blog No Comments

802.11ac Video Series – Beamforming

Aerohive’s Director of Product Management and the author of “Definitive Guide to 802.11 Wireless Networks” by O’Reily, Matthew Gast has just completed writing “802.11ac: A Survival Guide”. With the arrival of 802.11ac technology and Matthew’s passion for discussing it, we decided to do a 7 part video series on the topic.

It has been said that the motivating force behind the creation of 802.11ac is Multi-User MIMO, which depends upon beamforming. This sixth video looks at two types of beamforming – single user and multi user, and the distinctions between the two. Matthew will discuss how beamforming works, how 802.11ac beamforming is different, and what it means for the future of Multi-User MIMO.

Watch this video to learn more on beamforming:

If you missed the previous videos in our series you can use the links below to view them.

Video #1 – Introduction to 802.11ac

Video #2 – Planning Your Network for 802.11ac

Video #3 – 802.11ac vs. 802.11n

Video #4 – Modulation

Video #5 -Channels

About Ted Hicks

Ted Hicks is a Father, Husband and Son that enjoys writing, talking about information technology from various angles – while applying his own SPIN cycle. There are very few topics that won't be addressed with contributions to CJ Computers Services and an occasional technology podcast. You can expect a witty exchange as we address social media / virtualization & mobility. Be prepared for an open and honest conversation – because that’s what you’re going to receive. Any questions - you can reach me at @RealTedHicks or e-mail me at [email protected].

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