Optimizing the Performance of Advanced Wi-Fi
Most of us use Wi-Fi 24x7 in our homes and offices. We rely on Wi-Fi for high throughput services such as high-definition video, low latency real time services such as conferencing, voice, and gaming, and for supporting a massive number of users in the corporate environment. We expect Wi-Fi to deliver high throughput, high capacity, low latency, and mobility.
In this session, Fanny Mlinarsky, Sr. Vice President of Wi-Fi Products at Spirent examines Wi-Fi performance requirements, the latest standards for measuring Wi-Fi performance, and common test methodologies. She covers the methods for testing routers and mesh networks, discusses how to test band steering and load balancing, and looks at ways of qualifying roaming performance, as well.