Building a wireless pop-up event network

In my previous post, Building a wired pop-up event network, I explained how I designed and deployed a high-throughput wired network in an event space (including suggestions on packing and organization to speed deployment and teardown). In this post, I’ll explain how my team and I created a wireless network to go alongside it. This […]

Building a wired pop-up event network

When I switched career paths from IT to software engineering, there was one downside. I stopped working on computer networks in a professional capacity, which is a topic I’ve always been very passionate about. Fortunately, I’ve been able to work on some exciting networking challenges at my software engineering job. My organization started a biannual […]

Experiments in RF: Hunting for LTE

As AT&T and Verizon announce the timeline to sunset their 2G and 3G networks, respectively, LTE is no longer just the overtaking technology looming on the horizon; it’s here. Major providers have announced their intent to pivot to a mimimum-4G network and phase out the stepping stones of antiquated bands such as GSM, UMTS, CdmaOne (2G), and CDMA2000 […]